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If you haven't seen the print edition of the Weekly yet, here are two food events from our print calendar:First, departing New York Times restaurant… Continue reading
This is one family-style restaurant where you can choose your relatives.
This month, restaurant and bar closures edged out openings in Seattle, 11 to 10, with one more long-standing restaurant changing hands. The forecast appears to… Continue reading
Kathryn Robinson of Seattle Metropolitan finds the magic at Tin Table in Capitol Hill. The Times doesn't do a high-end review this week. However, Jonathan… Continue reading
The Columbia City Bakery has just announced that, starting this Saturday and lasting up until the election, it will be selling heart-shaped shortbread cookies to… Continue reading
Maybe in three months.
This week's review optimistically hails the resurgence of pie in Seattle, and hopes that Seattle Pie Company, Art of the Pie, Shoofly Pie Company, and… Continue reading
Because Voracious has been feeling mighty cranky all week, this week's news roundup is devoted to stories that warm our hearts. First off, the Seattle… Continue reading
We haven't seen so many food memes (some timely, some overripe) congregate in so few pixels as in this photo on Serious Eats, which depicts… Continue reading
Or is Piecora's, like most of us, still holding out hope for a few more summer days?… Continue reading
Overabundance finds a warm, crusty home.
What the other restaurant critics in town are focusing on this week:At the Times, Providence Cicero gives some love to West Seattle's Fresh Bistro for… Continue reading
The enduring pleasures of the neighborhood Italian place.
Too many questions:A. Does the ICON Grill not realize that brunch already = breakfast + lunch?B. Or does the restaurant think it's being whimsical by… Continue reading
This is a bowl of ground cherries. For the past two weeks, a box of them has appeared at the Tonnemaker Family Orchards farmers market… Continue reading
At the Times, Nancy Leson goes on a rib-roarin rampage, rolling from Caspar's in Bothell down to Pig Iron in Georgetown, sampling baby backs and… Continue reading
Tomorrow and Sunday, August 15-16, Julia's Indonesian Kitchen (910 N.E. 65th St.) is celebrating Indonesian independence day with a prix-fixe special meal. Both the meat-bearing… Continue reading
On Serious Eats, former P-I critic Leslie Kelly has been writing a regular series called "Critic Turned Cook." To date, her entertaining posts have described… Continue reading
Cracking the code in Koreatown South, where seasonal dishes, and an owners garden, make for captivating meals.
The West Seattle Blog reports today that owner Hussein Khazal unexpectedly died last week. Khazal's family has closed the well-loved Mediterranean restaurant, which first opened… Continue reading