As we plunge into a cozy season of gathering and giving thanks, we’re finding plenty of ways to enjoy life while feeling good about our choices, too. We pooled info on some upcoming events that support meaningful causes, and also learned not-to-be-missed tips from local medical experts related to Breast Cancer Awareness Month (toward the end of the article).
Located in the Four Seasons downtown with a view of the Seattle Great Wheel and Elliot Bay, Goldfinch Tavern has a prime location. The atmosphere is classy and ideal for date night or an intimate dinner with friends and family. In our experience, hotel restaurants can be hit or miss, but we came with slightly higher expectations since Goldfinch is a partnership with Ethan Stowell restaurants complimented by Four Seasons service.
Bramling Cross is the newest edition to Ethan Stowell’s restaurant empire, clocking in at number twelve.
This American gastropub opened in October and is located in the heart of Ballard. Bramling Cross offers over 50 bottled beers and ciders and 8 draught selections that are always local, some from down the street. We came for brunch on a chilly Saturday morning, about 15 minutes after they opened. No reservations were needed at 10:15 am, but by 11:30 am, it had started to fill up.
Here’s everything you need to know about this event and why you should register summed up in two words: BACON RELAY.
And in case that isn’t enough information, here’s what Eat Run Hope really is: A 5K run/walk around picturesque Seward Park followed by a culinary sampling of Seattle’s most talented chefs
I’m starting to think Ethan Stowell and Tom Douglas are in some sort of secret battle in Seattle to see who can out-restaurant titan the other. Between the two there are 17 restaurants in our dear city — 11 from Douglas with a falafal house to come sometime this year near Paramount
The weekend of everything football and bro-food (think: pizza and unlimited chicken wings) is upon us! What are you doing for Super Bowl XLVII?
Last week in Seattle – ‘Top Chef,’ please pack your knives and go. We’re more than a few ferries and the Pike Place Market. We’ve got a no. 1 song from Macklemore, secret dining societies and Zara likes us! So there.
The latest addition to the Ethan Stowell Restaurants family, Rione XIII opens its doors.
A Roman-style Trattoria in Capitol Hill, named for the 13th district of the city of Rome, Rione XIII pays homage to the vibrant Trastevere neighborhood, which is packed full of old world charm
Ethan Stowell ventures out to keep it cool, cheap and choice with his new Ballard pizzeria.
You guessed it. Ethan Stowell and his team of culinary experts are at it again in Ballard (with more soon to come under “The Grubb Brothers” production name), this time with hand-tossed leafy salad, house-made spaghetti or gnocchi and, of course, lavishly doughy pizza.
An all-star lineup of Seattle chefs and restaurants come together for a great cause.
You may be familiar with Ethan Stowell, local chef and restaurateur, who prides himself on serving fresh, local food at all of his four exquisite locations throughout Seattle. Now get to know Chef Stowell as the philanthropist.