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Finally, the Caribbean stakes a spot in Seattle thanks to Jerk Shack.
It’s 30 minutes east of Seattle, but Kathakali boasts some of the best Indian food in the area.
The new resturant brings a feminine streak to bistro-style dining.
The Phinney Ridge hotspot has all the right stuff. It just needs to get out of its own way.
The Bellevue spot offers luxury dining, Shanghai style.
The do cash in on the trend, but also give us Japanese comfort food in many forms.
Supreme in West Seattle serves up New York-style pie and apologies.
Neither money nor reputation guaranteed success in this frenzied year of dining evolution.
Kamonegi in Fremont serves up the underappreciated noodles, along with esoteric takes on tempura and other Japanese-inspired delicacies.
A lively atmosphere and fantastic food make Aviv a delectable destination.
New to Capitol Hill, the Hong Kong chain serves just two versions, but the place is packed.
Prime cuts of meat with all the bells and whistles are the heart of this menu.
The South Lake Union spot is the perfect place to experience an animal-free meal.
Gather Kitchen + Bar gives diners a reason to depart from the neighborhood’s restaurant row.
Tropicos Breeze may sound like a tiki bar, but it is serving up some classic recipes from far south of the border.
Try as it might, the newcomer fails to stand out from the bustling Fremont crowd.
Gyro Time in Greenwood turns out fresh food and a welcoming vibe.
Three owners on why they opted out of investor money and stuck to one place—and what that means for the city.
Over the last six months, we’ve tasted dozens of entrees. These are the standouts.
Can an upscale restaurant survive in fast-casual terrain?