Seattle’s restaurant scene is at an all-time boom and there are seemingly new places opening every other week. The next time you want to go for a nice date night or try a different happy hour, here are the hottest new places to try…
Iconic service station turned restaurant and bakery.
In the 1920’s Collier Service Station was a staple in the Rainier Valley area. People would come to get their gas filled, oil changed, and tires inspected. When the business closed in 1963 there was a void in the area, because this location served a purpose in its community. Its unique stone structure always
A Casual Gastropub in Bellevue.
Tavern Hall opened in Bellevue Square in October (formerly the Munchbar space). The restaurant and bar offers a trendy, yet casual place to hang out. Come as your are. Play shuffleboard on their four shuffleboard tables or catch the Seahawks (or
Enjoy the city’s finest eateries In November, thanks to this bi-annual guide.
Looking to get those taste buds ready for Thanksgiving? Dine Around Seattle may be just what you need. During the month of November, you’ll be able to sample the menus of some of the best restaurants in the Seattle area.
Authentic Italian cuisine with a splash of glitz and glamour, this restauranteur took family history to the next level.
One could say Mike Halter, owner of taste-bud-tempting Lucia in Kirkland Parkplace, was born with pasta sauce in his veins.