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Before Brandon Pettit and Molly Wizenberg opened Delancey, the Ballard pizzeria I reviewed this week, Pettit traveled around the United States to learn from the… Continue reading
Likely the most talked-about restaurant on the West Coast rides the wave with ease.
Palace Kitchen burger, from Byy1's Flickr photostreamAfter reading the Sunday New York Times front-page story on e. coli contamination in supermarket ground beef -- if… Continue reading
A couple weeks ago a reader asked where she should go out to dinner before a concert at Benaroya Hall. The catch: cheap parking. A… Continue reading
On Eat All About It, Rebekah Denn writes that the King County Health Department is cracking down on bistros using a now-common cooking device called… Continue reading
Right as you enter the door at La Bendicion, the Beacon Hill tortilla (and tamale) store we've written up a couple of times on Voracious,… Continue reading
After years of growth, cash receipts are downand the recession may not be the only culprit.
Despite the restaurant critic pile-on this week, Plum isn't the only new vegan restaurant to open in Seattle. Vegan Garden, a pan-Asian restaurant in the… Continue reading
Great minds! At the Seattle Times, Providence Cicero reviews Plum, just as I did this week. In the Dining Deals Column, Kyung Song reviews Homegrown… Continue reading
The byline from this post should actually be Angela Garbes, who was foiled by technical difficulties.For NFL fans, Sundays are holy days: the day of… Continue reading
The King County Dept of Public Health announced today that it closed Spiced: Truly Chinese Cuisine in Bellevue, the restaurant I reviewed last week, for… Continue reading
Sheila Himmel, a restaurant critic from the Bay Area (and a friend), is reading at 5:30 p.m. tonight at Elliott Bay Book Co. from the… Continue reading
Makini Howells BBQ tofu and smoked seitan dishes are positively brawny.
Why not cake for one? Does no one want to buy single slices of layer cake? Or does "Cake for One" sound lonely and desperate,… Continue reading
At the Seattle Times, Providence Cicero gives Wild Vine Bistro in Bothell an A for effort, but says the menu's way too big for its… Continue reading
Downtown workers, you have another two hours to picnic on the smallest patch of green downtown. From 11 to 2 today, many of the parking… Continue reading
Maybe it's just the fact that everyone in the country is coping with an overabundance of late-summer produce, but this week's food stories are almost… Continue reading
The New York Timesreported yesterday that China and the United States are bumping chests with one another over poultry trade. According to the article, China's… Continue reading
Test your spice mettle at a new Chinese haven near Crossroads.
New York, Chicago, Neapolitan, sourdough, Indian, takeout, whatever. For some of us, pizza's not about pedigree. Hell, it's not about the toppings (well, mostly not… Continue reading