Nicole Sprinkle

Kansas City Meets Texas at Wood Shop in the Central District

This BBQ isn’t just on wheels anymore.

Cycene Brings Southern-Style Brunch to the Market

Grits and hush puppies for a city that loves them.

GoPoké Puts One Family’s History in a Bowl

Of all the new poke joints opening up in town, this ID spot stands out.

Mean Sandwich Is True to Its Name

Ballard gets a nosh spot to complement its many breweries.

Raccolto Brings a Familiar Italian Menu to West Seattle

At Brian Clevenger’s latest, a mentor’s presence is keenly felt.

A Local Revolution in French Cuisine Comes to the Central District

L’Oursin combines classic technique with Pacific Northwest ingredients.

Southpaw Serves Up Pizza Unlike Any Other

Only John Sundstrom could come up with toppings this sophisticated.

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.

Two Great Tastes Share the Menu at China Pie

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

The Student Becomes a Master at Wataru

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

The Best New Restaurants of 2016

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

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.

Aiming for the Northeast, Bar Harbor Misfires

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

Give the Gift of Looking Good While Doing Some Good

Simple & Just offers designer shopping for a cause.

The Top New Books for the Cooks on Your List

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

The Heightened Allure of Mbar

The latest incarnation of the Mamnoon brand is a testament to Seattle sleek.

Shop Hopping on Winslow Way

The Bainbridge Island strip is only a 30 minute ferry ride away.

Pioneer Square’s Swanky New Cocktail Bar Impresses

But it’s tough for the drinks and food to live up to the decor.