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Chelsea Lin has been covering Seattle's restaurant scene since she traded in her California sunshine for Seattle grey in 2009. She's contributed to dozens of local and national publications—mostly about food and drinks, but occasionally about travel, music and people doing cool things. When she's not searching for great dim sum or investigating the newest coffeeshop, she's obsessively baking layer cakes in her tiny kitchen and letting her two young kids lick out the bowls.
To best enjoy this place, you must, as its menu states, “be open-minded in absorbing the un-norm.”
Pro tip: try the tagliatelle with wild mushrooms
You'll want one of everything made (or sourced) by this local design business
The key to survival: Lower your expectations, or get rid of them all together
“If you start to integrate [theater] into their lives, you’ll be surprised at how early they pick up on things."
A neighborhood perched on Seattle’s western edge provides ample views and beach-town vibes