At the Times, Providence Cicero shows some love to Bistro Baffi, the Burien Italian restaurant run by the affable, mustachioed Michael Vujovich. In Dining Deals, meanwhile, Nancy Bartley eats at Urban by Designed Dinners, the tiny wine bar and cafe run by the chef of the Designed Dinners meal-preparation service, who sells his meals à la carte there.
Hillel Cooperman of Tasting Menu/the New P-I sometimes likes tradition, and sometimes likes innovation, and sometimes separately, and sometimes together, but generally likes Genki Sushi, the conveyor-belt sushi restaurant near the Seattle Center.
Pat My Butter finds that she loves the location and the space at Tilikum Place Cafe more than she likes individual dishes there.
Gastrolust's Jay Friedman likes the frozen chocolate custard at Peak's Frozen Custard in Ravenna . . . but decides he likes frozen ice cream better.
Surly Gourmand appears to be on a two-week break. Is the hate not flowing, Surl?