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A chronic chronology of all this week’s bountiful 4/20 offerings.
The bar manager of Meet the Moon accepts all spirited challenges.
Better dining rooms, better bread, better feasting.
Mean sandwiches, fried chicken, and a gargantuan steak house.
The restaurateurs responsible for L’Oursin are getting cozy in their new Central District home.
The little beer bar that could.
The flaky contractors, seismic retrofits, and tech money behind Seattle’s shoestring eateries.
The chef at Tarsan i Jane is shattering conventions.
Concessions must be made.
The stereotype of the shiftless stoner exists for a reason, but that doesn’t mean you need to buy into it.
Is it the laws? The latitude?
There is a lot of information out there. Here’s where to look, er, listen.
Where Bar Sajor once stood, a new venture plates food inspired by Mexico and South America.
Well-worn, the longtime tavern is expansively cozy and a hell of a lot of fun.
While fine for an after-work hang, Taqueria Cantina isn’t worth parking for.
A lot, it turns out.
The ACLU is partnering with Seattle breweries to provide free drinks with a presentation on civil rights.
The U Distric bar is old, but it’s still got it.
No Anchor knows its brews, but it also knows how to prepare impeccable Pacific Northwest fare.
A little CBD can lead to healthier, happier, more cuddly critters.