Adriana Grant

Food News May 17-24

News Food and/or beverage news? E-mail food@seattleweekly.com. The Kirkland-based, family-owned grocery chain Larry's Market has filed for bankruptcy. The first Larry's Market opened in 1964.… Continue reading

Food News May 31-June 7

News Food and/or beverage news? E-mail food@seattleweekly.com. Bad-boy chef Anthony Bourdainreads from his new book,The Nasty Bits, continuing his sometimes shocking, always hilarious exposé of… Continue reading

Fashionistas, shisojitos, spider rolls: Umi, oh, my!

From Meat Market to Fish Market

Belly up to the (sushi) bar at Belltown's Umi Sake House.

Fashionistas, shisojitos, spider rolls: Umi, oh, my!
Greg Martin.

Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic

Graphic novelist looks into her own family secrets.

Greg Martin.

Liberty

Liberty adds some much-needed variety to the small cluster of bars on Capitol Hill's 15th Avenue East. With plush couches and fancy drinks, it's more… Continue reading

Skylark Cafe & Club

A genuine blue-collar cafe in West Seattle, down to the PBR and rock 'n' roll.

 Local oysters are back on the menu, farm tours take place this

Local oysters are back on the menu, farm tours take place this weekend, and a Sausage Fest happens in Everett. For more food news, check… Continue reading

Catching wine steward Catherine Reynolds on the phone the other day, she

Catching wine steward Catherine Reynolds on the phone the other day, she passed on the news that The Spanish Table will move across the street,… Continue reading

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins today. You might want to

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins today. You might want to observe this holiday by indulging in the sweet eggy goodness of challah bread,… Continue reading

Saturday, August 26 – Sunday, August 27 Two whole days of dessert?

Saturday, August 26 - Sunday, August 27 Two whole days of dessert? The first annual SweetFest is a festival of chocolate, cakes, candy, coffee drinks,… Continue reading

Next time you hear someone say Go Cougs!, they might be raising

Next time you hear someone say Go Cougs!, they might be raising their wine glass, instead of cheering on WAZZU's football team. Apparently enough of… Continue reading