Nothing says Thursday night like enjoying some fine spirits with friends in preparation for T.G.I.F. This Thursday, December 5, represents a very special This Day in History, since the date 80 years ago marks the official end of Prohibition in 1933. Grab your bowler-hat wearing pals and catch some holiday-planning reprieve at a few Seattle spots channeling the speakeasy vibe this year.
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.
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.
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.
There’s no better way to celebrate and toast to the year ahead than letting the good libations flow. Seattle’s top mixologists pulled out all the stops and impressed guests with their best cocktail at Seattleite and Google Places’ New Year Libations event on Thurs., Jan. 19 at Pravda Studios in Capitol Hill. Enjoy this video recap from the hottest event with the city’s most luscious libations — cheers!
A satisfying Scotch cocktail from a James Beard Award-winning restaurant.
Get your Celtic swell on, Eastern Mediterranean-style.
24 hours spent frolicking in flesh.
Are you the kind of person who wakes up to a piping hot mug of rendered bacon fat in the morning instead of coffee? If so, then you were probably at Burning Beast — a hedonistic feast of all things mighty, muscled and meaty.