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FlintCreek Offers Up a Meaty Menu, Well-Done

First Eric Donnelly revived seafood at RockCreek. Now the Seattle chef has trained his eye on the land.

How Weed Can Help Fight Seasonal Affective Disorder

It’s cold outside, and dark. Time to toke.

Slowing Down at Speed Rack

What the annual competition can tell us about the current state of cocktail culture.

An Unlikely Ally for the Medical Marijuana Community

A new fund from the Washington CannaBusiness Association aims to help the very patients hurt by legislation it helped pass.

The Many Splendid Ciders of Cascadia

Four cideries that are changing the way we think about the drink.

Two Great Tastes Share the Menu at China Pie

Chef Vuong Loc’s creative combinations bring dumplings and pizza together at last.

How to Roll a Joint

Your guide to the basic, the bat, and the blunt.

Seven Drinker’s Predictions for 2017

It will be the year of wine, whiskey, and closings.

The Student Becomes a Master at Wataru

Preparing sushi in the Edo style, Chef Kotaro Kumita comes into his own.

My Best High of 2016

In the midst of a tough year, a moment of ecstatic reflection.

The Best New Restaurants of 2016

In a boom year for local food, there was a lot to choose from. These five stood out.

The Year in Drink

In 2016, some was lost and much was gained. We toast it all.

Five Seattle-Sourced Goodies for Your Favorite Foodie

Innovative and delectable gifts are available on the shelf this season.

New Luck Toy Serves Up Tasty Chinese-American Bar Food

With crazy-good cocktails and a side of Skee-Ball.

The Deep and Abiding Relationship Between Weed and Religion

It’s not just the Rastas who honor the herb.

What Exactly Is a Cicerone, Anyway?

We asked an expert.

Aiming for the Northeast, Bar Harbor Misfires

This new South Lake Union spot has a clever concept, but it just isn’t carried through.

Bud With a Bow

Gifts for the stoner who was it all.

The Top New Books for the Cooks on Your List

Including picks for techies, classicists, and the globally obsessed.

Where to Look (and Listen) to Learn About Wine

It can be done, but you need the right guide.