Just a few months ago, Von Trapp’s waltzed into our Capitol Hill lives and we haven’t gone a weekend without wanting to belly-up to one of their bocce ball courts with beer and brat in hand.
Construction is finally complete in the historic Ballard News Building on the city’s latest seafood space — Ballard Annex Oyster House.
Oddly enough I live not-too-far from an Airstream dealership. I often drive by their lot, daydreaming of what it might be like to take it back retro-style and travel across the good ol’ US-of-A in one of their iconic silver campers wearing a polka-dotted full-skirted dress akin to 1950s House of Dior
Friendly staff and perfectly prepared food make for a delicious gyros experience.
Right when I stepped into Mr. Gyros, I knew I’d soon become a regular. The charming man behind the counter welcomed me as he took my order, and offered me a glass of mint tea on the house. He told me he and his brother own the place.
Find some finger lickin’ BBQ in Ballard.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen, where everything is made in house, from scratch, and with quality ingredients (except their bread made by Tall Grass Bakery). Their menu features house-smoked meats, wood-fired steaks, and hearty Southern fare. With an impressive whiskey collection, plenty of wine and beer, and small batch sippers, they have libations to complement every meal.
If you’re a barbecue lover, here’s some news to hoot and holler about.
It’s comfort food for the soul at its meatiest — Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen opens today in Ballard and they have plenty of finger lickin’ goodness to offer. House-smoked meats, six house-made sauces, mesquite-grilled steaks and Southern staples like grits, catfish, fried
It’s all about spice and the small things at Ballard’s Middle Eastern eatery.
Golden Beetle’s reputation undoubtedly precedes itself due to the Ballard restaurant’s James Beard award winning chef, the organically enthused Maria Hines. One might think an ego would turn things toward gaudy, but her vision for the maroon hued, perky eatery is that of simplicity and spice both in food and drink.
Become part of a culinary trend that is sweeping through the nation.
Indulge in street food and party the night away at the Skillet Cookbook Launch Party. This year marks the five year anniversary of Skillet Street Food, and Seattleites are getting ready to “hit the beach” at the Shilshole Bay Beach Club in Ballard.
This Ballard oasis of Mediterranean flavors is no illusion.
Order everything and scoop a serving on to your plate. Each dish plays well with the others so go ahead, spoon some onto your neighbor’s plate too. Golden Beetle is all about community and consideration.
What’s better than a juicy, flavor-exploding pork sandwich? Nothing.
If you’re a seasoned Seattleite, Paseo may be old news. If not, stop reading and go there right now. This popular sandwich stop has two locations in Fremont and Ballard near Golden Gardens. Paseo is almost guaranteed to have a line, but it’s well worth the wait.