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Source: Ariel65's Flickr photostreamThe upside of having to watch Starbucks furiously flap its arms to convince the world that it can soar again: free samples.… Continue reading
Maggie Savarino appears to be having quite the week. First she makes scandalous allegations about the Liquor Control Board, then muses whether the new Starbucks… Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Chantal Anderson reported on the fierce competition among ice-cream truck drivers in Seattle and Tacoma, but that hasn't deterred one more… Continue reading
At the Times, Lynn Jacobson enjoys the classic comfort food at Angelo's Ristorante in Burien, while Providence Cicero shows some love to Plaka Estiatorio for… Continue reading
Jonathan KauffmanThin Wheat Line is a weekly survey of noodles in Seattle.Noodle: Nabeyaki udon Source:Kaname Izakaya and Shochu Bar, 610 S. Jackson, 682-1828.Price: $8.95Nabeyaki udon,… Continue reading
The long and short of changes at two classic Seattle haunts.
Chantal AndersonIn this week's feature on hipsters and locavores, I wrote about Safeway's new "Locally Grown" campaign. Here's the Washington state sign from the campaign,… Continue reading
What locavores, wine geeks, and indie rockers have in common.
Three more places for Seattles most exquisite and exotic slurps.
On my two visits to Plaka Estiatorio for this week's review, it was clear that the restaurant was a multigenerational, family-owned business. In fact, it… Continue reading
Here are this week's restaurant reviews:At the Times, Providence Cicero shows some love to the crawfish boils at Crawfish King, the Vietnamese Cajun restaurant in… Continue reading
Thin Wheat Line is a weekly exploration of Seattle noodles.Noodle: Shio ramenSource: Aloha Ramen, 8102 Greenwood Ave., 838-3837 -- open for dinner onlyPrice: $6.50After my… Continue reading
A few of the food news stories making their way around Webland:Sacrificio, Houston style: Fajitas are traditionally made with a cut of beef called the… Continue reading
A toddler gymnasium in the early evening and a mellow date night after, Ballards new Greek spot is lively and lived-in.
Reviews of Seattle restaurants appearing in print and online this week:At the Times, Providence Cicero shows some love to Hudson New American Public House in… Continue reading
Leave the beef to barbecue neophytes.
Seattle restaurants undergoing critical scrutiny this week:At the Times, Kyung Song tackles this week's Dining Deal column on Kristos Eastlake, giving it mild (that's one… Continue reading
No to Nobu! is the new Free Tibet: In April, the Worldwide Wildlife Fund published estimates that the breeding stocks of Mediterranean bluefin tuna will… Continue reading
Noodle: House special bunSource: Pho Cyclo, 406 Broadway E., 329-9256, phocyclocafe.com.Price: $8.15Seattleites
Noodle: House special bunSource: Pho Cyclo, 406 Broadway E., 329-9256, phocyclocafe.com.Price: $8.15Seattleites have the most overdeveloped sense of entitlement when it comes to weather. It's… Continue reading
Restaurant reviews from around the city:At the Times, Nancy Leson writes about her favorite water views in town, while in the Dining Deals column, Jon… Continue reading