Phinney Ridge’s top spot for a juicy burger and a cold pint.
This week’s column is a departure of sorts, since it focuses more on meal specials — rather than an overall grade of the menu. The reason for this is simple: I want one of these burgers really badly — like, right now. Like most good things, however, enjoyment can also come in the anticipation.
This Capitol Hill cantina serves up tasty Mexican cuisine and cold cervezas.
Fremont may still be the center of the universe, but Capitol Hill is making its presence felt — especially where culinary matters are concerned. Of the new ventures making their case heard, Barrio Mexican Kitchen & Bar is at the forefront.
BBQ sandwiches and affordable cocktails — what else do you need?
I find enjoyment in oddly-named entities. Pearl Jam falls into this category, for instance. So does Lock & Keel Tavern, one of the many establishments found along ever-popular
Nothing makes you cheer “Salud!” like cheap tacos and a library of tequila.
For the first time in my five years in Seattle, I reside at an address located on Capitol Hill — you know, that place where people dress a little differently, take themselves a bit too seriously and taste everything a tad too much.
Take a walk on the dark side at this Gothic local haunt.
The world is a dark and scary place. I’ve heard this many a time — and I’m happy to say that I don’t subscribe to this way of thinking, for the most part. Still, there are some haunts out there that would inspire fear in the strongest soul, and Club Noc Noc is one of them.
You’ve heard of wine pairing. Now, enter the world of Olympia pairing.
I’m lucky enough to have some Hawaiian friends, and they happen to be quite knowledgeable when it comes to matters of the Pacific. This is true of sandals, mocha skinned women and Japanese food.