Dining

Fancy Chicken Nuggets? ‘Black Sheep’ Chef’s New Pop-Up Will Turn PNW Dining on Its Head

It's not cheap, but this ticket is a glimpse into the head (and history) of Garrett Melkonian.

The pop-up’s menu is a tour of the chef’s multicultural food memories.

Chelsea Lin

The Must List: SoDo Wine Bash, The End’s Summer Camp and a Polo Party

Your guide to Seattle's hottest events.

When life deals you stupid hot weather, eat mini-burgers at South Lake Union Block Party.

Seattle Magazine Staff

Shake Shack is Finally (!) Coming to Seattle

The beloved East Coast burger chain has found a spot near Amazon HQ.

Brace yourselves, people.

Michael Rietmulder

Art of the Table Returns With Nine Courses of Gastro Grandeur

In its new location, the Wallingford favorite stays true to the food and character fans love.

A gorgeous dish of marbled king salmon gravlax, corn salad, tomato confit, pioppini mushroom, cilantro pistou, smoked trout roe and garden edibles.

Chelsea Lin

Wallingford’s Sunny New Margarita Bar is a Happy Hour Hit

Modern cantina Pablo y Pablo wants you to enjoy a margarita your way.

Pablo y Pablo’s carbonated blood orange margarita.

Michael Rietmulder

5 Things You Need to Eat and Drink in August

This month's best bets start with cold coffee and end with fried pickles.

This ooey gooey campfire classic can be yours on August 10.

Chelsea Lin

Seattle’s Fast-Casual Restaurants Let You Have it Your Way

It's not just Burger King's motto anymore. It's one of Seattle's best restaurant trends.

Pick your pasta with Dueminuti’s myriad options.

Seattle Magazine Staff

Southern Food is Exploding in Seattle and These Are Your Best Bets

The classic flavors of our cross-country compatriots find a home in the Pacific Northwest.

Simply Soulful’s plate of fried chicken wings, mac ‘n’ cheese, collard greens and cornbread.

Chelsea Lin

Can Our Beloved Teriyaki Joints Survive New Seattle?

Culinary and technological evolution threatens Seattle's signature fast food.

May teriyaki reign eternal as Seattle continues to evolve.

Knute Berger