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At Brian Clevenger’s latest, a mentor’s presence is keenly felt.
L’Oursin combines classic technique with Pacific Northwest ingredients.
Only John Sundstrom could come up with toppings this sophisticated.
First Eric Donnelly revived seafood at RockCreek. Now the Seattle chef has trained his eye on the land.
Chef Vuong Loc’s creative combinations bring dumplings and pizza together at last.
Preparing sushi in the Edo style, Chef Kotaro Kumita comes into his own.
In a boom year for local food, there was a lot to choose from. These five stood out.
Innovative and delectable gifts are available on the shelf this season.
With crazy-good cocktails and a side of Skee-Ball.
A nearly merfect musical.
This new South Lake Union spot has a clever concept, but it just isn’t carried through.
Simple & Just offers designer shopping for a cause.
Including picks for techies, classicists, and the globally obsessed.
The latest incarnation of the Mamnoon brand is a testament to Seattle sleek.
The Bainbridge Island strip is only a 30 minute ferry ride away.
But it’s tough for the drinks and food to live up to the decor.
The menu at the lakeside public house is perfect in its scope.
The Seattle restaurateur is settling into Vestal, and setting a fine example.
Beloved in Kent, Asadero Sinaloa arrives with a fresh take from Western Mexico.
The Spanish-inflected tasting menu is possibly the most sophisticated dining experience in Seattle right now.