Eat and Drink

Whether you're planning a night out on the town or staying in at home, cocktail critic AJ Rathbun has a drink for you

Two Seattle shops put the frozen dessert in prime position for a local takeover

All images by Colin Bishop

Think globally, eat locally: The best spots for world tastes in Seattle

When I first wrote about the nascent Washington distillery scene in 2011, the selection of local whiskey was very different from what it is today. It’s now a bottled wonderland, and in many ways, our state’s distillers are just getting started

From a mathematical sense, pi is pretty cool on its own. But Pi Day (tomorrow, 3.14, obviously) is even better—because pi is generally celebrated with pie, and pie is even better than pi. In my book, anyway.

Comedy and cooking are meant for each other—and I don’t just mean in the way that it’s laughable how bad I am in the kitchen. 

A roundup of three upcoming "spirited" events that you won’t want to miss

From colorful squares of Punjabi-style fudge to elegant slices of Swedish cake, these are a few of our favorite (local) international sweets

As we contemplate Seattle’s Chinese(ish) joints, from one of Seattle’s oldest to one of its newest, Chelsea Lin reflects on why we love—and love to hate— Americanized Chinese food