The Seattle cityscape is changing fast, with the brand new tunnel and an exciting waterfront experience to follow. Miner’s landing at Pier 57 has been a culinary mainstay in Seattle, and now is joined by one of Seattle’s most celebrated chefs upping the game at Fisherman’s Restaurant and Bar.
Just in time for some springtime indulgence, Taste Washington, the nation’s largest, single-region food and wine festival returns March 28th through 31st. The festival is the ultimate word for food and wine connoisseurs, and there are many interesting events to check out—like the Sunday Brunch, Taste Washington on the Farm, and The New Vintage.
A run-down of delicious things we’re enjoying this month.
Winter vibes and snow days have had us hunkering down in cozy places around town. Here’s a very eclectic list of some of the best things we’ve eaten so far in 2019:
Emulating the culinary art of Europe’s bistronomy—a casual take on fine dining where creative, delicious dishes are served at an approachable price—Executive Chef Ryan Donaldson’s Gather Kitchen & Bar invites you to pull up a chair, relax, and enjoy.
Celebrating the incredible impact women have made in NW food and wine industry.
Cocktail Week is coming to Seattle March 3rd through March 10th. The week-long celebration of Seattle’s cocktail scene will culminate with Cocktail District on March 9th, an educational showdown on all things liquors and cocktails.