The delicious Pioneer Square D&E is back and better than ever! This cozy neighborhood bistro is now open […]
Smith Tower opened The Lookout, a pop-up bar on its 22nd floor rooftop on August 8th.
With all the construction happening along 1st Ave S today, and the parades of tourists crowding the streets, you might easily miss Pioneer Square’s newest health-conscious eatery, Jujubeet. With 10+ cold-pressed juices, wellness elixirs, smoothies, acai bowls, and
Café Nordo recently presented its 10th season of six world-premiere immersive, theatrical dining experiences. Relying on relationships with local farmers, ranchers, fishermen, composers, actors, and visual artists, Café Nordo serves up modern cuisine in an ever-changing setting with live music and Seattle’s top performers.
ZINC contemporary, a modish art gallery at Pioneer square exhibits emerging and mid-career artists from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. The gallery is currently showing a solo exhibition of new collage works by Lynne Rotholtz, titled “re cast”, through February 3rd.
We are less than one week away from the second year of Upstream Music Fest. Single day and weekend passes are selling quickly and prices go up on June 1st. Get your tickets here.
Hot new restaurants that should be on your radar this spring.
I’ve been eating my way around Seattle and these are my favorites right now. Bar Melusine in Capitol Hill, Girin in Pioneer Square, and Salare in Ravenna need to be at the top of your restaurant list. They opened within the last year and they are doing things right. Each offers a different cuisine, and all of them have tasty, flavorful food, wonderful service, and a beautiful space.
Imaginative seasonal fare in an open, airy setting.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Bar Sajor, one of Matt Dillon’s establishments in Pioneer Square. The food is simple and casual, but beautifully plated and Northwest-inspired. A large wood fire oven, an open kitchen, and white walls with unique art and gold accents bring an almost
Nearly 9 months out of the year, the name is quite fitting for Seattle.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Damn the Weather, a beautiful establishment with dark wooden floors, high ceilings, and lofty arches. Not for the faint at heart, throw calorie-counting out the door before you step inside. Damn the Weather creates elevated comfort food that is bold,
Handmade pasta and made-to-order sauces for $9.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Il Corvo Pasta, owned and operated by Mike Easton in Pioneer Square. Together with his wife, Victoria, Il Corvo is open Monday through Friday for lunch only. Mike posts his daily specials on his entertaining and informative blog daily.