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In the midst of a restaurant renaissance, we tap Seattle's culinary rock stars for the best food and drinks in the city
Like many Seattleites, Tov Arneson enjoys the growing riches of restaurants and shops the city offers. But he found that the cost of getting to these spots—in parking fees or via a rideshare service—was becoming a challenge.
The new exhibit takes a hard look at how and why we eat the way we do.
November's Best New Restaurants issue (co-written by Eater's Allecia Vermillion, it hits newstands this week) was a pure pleasure to work on because of the spirit of looking
We’re all about noise, fun and affordability, if you take the crowds packing the Brave Horse Tavern and Revel as evidence.
>>Modern comfort food (with menu consultation by Poppy’s Jerry Traunfeld!) makes Grace Kitchen at the U Village intriguing. Great food at the mall? Here’s hoping.
Staple & Fancy’s wall with an old cigar advertisement (see photo above): When crews were renovating Ballard’s historic Kolstrand Building, they unearthed a painted sign
There’s an American Express poll that repeats like a broken record inside my brain.
True, chef Shaun McCrain has an impressive background that includes Thomas Keller’s fine-dining beacon Per Se in New York City.