Julien Perry

The New York Times food critic Frank Bruni is featuring Seattle’s own

The New York Times food critic Frank Bruni is featuring Seattle's own Urbanspoon guys in today's dining section.He recently got a chance to try out… Continue reading

After two years at 22nd and Market, Floating Leaves Tea is moving

After two years at 22nd and Market, Floating Leaves Tea is moving . . . up the street. I was told that "sometime in August,"… Continue reading

Bricco della Regina Anna, the wine bar that opened on upper Queen

Bricco della Regina Anna, the wine bar that opened on upper Queen Anne in January 2006, is up for sale.Chef-owner Kevin Erickson is opening a… Continue reading

Two quick notes: I hear Christina Longo is leaving her post as

Two quick notes: I hear Christina Longo is leaving her post as pastry chef at Barking Frog to deal with family issues in Florida. And… Continue reading

Thomas KollaschJuno, the restaurant in downtown’s new Arctic Club Hotel, now has

Thomas KollaschJuno, the restaurant in downtown's new Arctic Club Hotel, now has an opening date: July 15. (Jess Thomson first wrote about it here in… Continue reading

There’s a new place coming to Belltown this summer: Kushibar, which is

There's a new place coming to Belltown this summer: Kushibar, which is marketing itself as "Japanese street food meets home cooking."Chef Billy Beach (pictured above… Continue reading

Bin Vivant, the new restaurant inside Kirkland’s Woodmark Hotel, is set to

Bin Vivant, the new restaurant inside Kirkland's Woodmark Hotel, is set to open on the shores of Lake Washington July 25.Executive chef Lisa Nakamura, formerly… Continue reading

What: Sequimbled Eggs ($18.99)Where: Steelhead DinerWhen: Sunday morningWould I eat it again?

What: Sequimbled Eggs ($18.99)Where: Steelhead DinerWhen: Sunday morningWould I eat it again? Definitely! Especially if your father is paying.Sequimbled eggs are how I started Father's… Continue reading

I can hear it now: “But it’s sooooooo far away.” Yeah. It

I can hear it now: "But it's sooooooo far away." Yeah. It is. Get over it.Sip is a great little wine bar and restaurant in… Continue reading