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Patrons get their pong on at Spin. Photo courtesy of Spin and Victoria Kovios

Spin Gives Ping Pong Hustlers a Home

Slicing up the obsessively slick new downtown bar.

Patrons get their pong on at Spin. Photo courtesy of Spin and Victoria Kovios
Illustration by James the Stanton

Analyzing Eaze’s 2017 State of Cannabis Data Report

Breaking down the California company’s much anticipated annual customer survey.

Illustration by James the Stanton
Photo by Nicole Sprinkle

Opus Co. Takes One Step Forward, One Step Back

The Phinney Ridge hotspot has all the right stuff. It just needs to get out of its own way.

Photo by Nicole Sprinkle
Pork buns from Peony Kitchen. Photo by Nicole Sprinkle

Peony Kitchen Caters to Crowds Hungry for Upscale Chinese

The Bellevue spot offers luxury dining, Shanghai style.

Pork buns from Peony Kitchen. Photo by Nicole Sprinkle

What Will Be the Cannabis Trends for 2018?

From stocks to green speakeasies to social justice, our weed expert predicts what the year holds.

The chirashi is, essentially, nigiri in a bowl. Photo by Nicole Sprinkle

Fremont Bowl Goes Beyond Poke

The do cash in on the trend, but also give us Japanese comfort food in many forms.

The chirashi is, essentially, nigiri in a bowl. Photo by Nicole Sprinkle
Illustration by James the Stanton

Sessions Begins to Open the Door for Prosecution

What is the Attorney General smoking?

Illustration by James the Stanton
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A Pizza Bar With a Pedigree, Potential, and Plenty of Hiccups

Supreme in West Seattle serves up New York-style pie and apologies.

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Illustration by James the Stanton

Corporate Sharks Smell Weed in the Water

As more states legalize cannabis, big players take a big step forward.

Illustration by James the Stanton
Is poké, like this from GoPoké, a fad or a new fixture. Only time will tell. Photo by Suzi Pratt

A Year of Fads and New Fixtures in Seattle Dining

Neither money nor reputation guaranteed success in this frenzied year of dining evolution.

Is poké, like this from GoPoké, a fad or a new fixture. Only time will tell. Photo by Suzi Pratt

Remembering the American Mother Goddess of Medicinal Cannabis

Joanna McKee changed the conversation about marijuana.

Chef Soma and Her Cult of Soba Are Back

Kamonegi in Fremont serves up the underappreciated noodles, along with esoteric takes on tempura and other Japanese-inspired delicacies.

The Liquor Industry Make a Play for Legal Weed

The landscape of cannabis in North America is potentially about to experience a hostile takeover.

Celebrating Five Years of Legal Weed in Washington State

A look back at a hazy half-decade.

No milk. No MSG. But lots of fans. Photo by Nicole Sprinkle

Betsutenjin’s Cult of Ramen

New to Capitol Hill, the Hong Kong chain serves just two versions, but the place is packed.

No milk. No MSG. But lots of fans. Photo by Nicole Sprinkle

How to Get High on the Planet of the Vapes

They’re taking over. Might as well get used to it.

The rich and fatty Wagyu carne asada comes with grilled cactus. Photo by Nicole Sprinkle

D’ La Santa Brings Guadalajara to Eastlake

Prime cuts of meat with all the bells and whistles are the heart of this menu.

The rich and fatty Wagyu carne asada comes with grilled cactus. Photo by Nicole Sprinkle
Illustration by James the Stanton

Getting the Most Out of Your Danksgiving

A whole holiday dedicated to the munchies?! Yes, please.

Illustration by James the Stanton
Photo by J Tucker/Sticks & Stones Photography

Meet the Seattle Chef Making a Meal of Marijuana

A latecomer to the world of weed, Unika Noiel is now serving up cannabis-infused dishes.

Photo by J Tucker/Sticks & Stones Photography

Canopy Growth Task Force Coming to a Farm Near You

New rules might make it harder on small operations.