We’ve just discovered one of the best sunset perches in the entire region; you too can enjoy it, at Renton’s Hyatt Regency Lake Washington. This weekend we drank in the stunning views while attending one of the hotel’s pop-up dinners (plugged in a recent story).
We’ve been so impressed to see the innovation and determination propelling citywide restaurants through this challenging moment in time. (*Read to the end of this piece for an enlightening chat with some local small business owners.)
Given the state of affairs in Seattle and all around Washington state right now (and beyond!), things are […]
Heaping bowls of perfectly al-dente pasta, zingy fresh salads, PNW seafood, free-flowing wine and vials of garlic-infused olive […]
Born in Japan and raised in Seattle, Chef Shota Nakajima started working in a sushi restaurant at 16. At 18, he returned to Japan to train in Osaka in the art of Japanese cuisine.
This week James Beard Award–winning chef Jerry Traunfeld announced he will be closing Poppy after 11 years of service and a staple of the Seattle restaurant scene.
Calling you to shrug off your rain-soaked jacket and keep your phone in your pocket, Conversation in hotel Thompson Seattle offers an oasis from our busy tech-filled daily lives.
4 Burgers. 4 Chefs. 4 Weeks.
Li’l Woody’s popular Burger Month #SeattleBurgerMonth starts tomorrow. In preparation for this popular event, here are the details that burger fans need to know.
Signing off from Seattleite’s Corks+Forks for the final column, Erin Thomas — out.
It is the end of an era. No, I’m not talking about Monday’s Gossip Girl series finale, the Mayan calendar’s doomsday prediction or even the shuttering of Seattle restaurant icon Rover’s. I speak of this column with this writer — I am hanging my hat with SEATTLEITE. The pleasure has been all mine to drink and eat with you all for the past two years so I thank you for the company and not making me drink alone. Although I would do it anyway.
Murray’s 2012 explosion into the Northwest – We now know that they know cheese.
The culture of Lower Manhattan’s Greenwich Village has expanded into the greater Seattle area. Although we might strictly be speaking cheese, the legendary Murray’s Cheese has joined forces with The Kroger Co. (better known to Northwesterners as Fred Meyer and QFC) and is offering their elite selection of cultured cheese across the city.