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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


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.


This Green Lake Institution is Closing, But Don’t Completely Freak Out

A developer recently purchased the site of the Green Lake Spud Fish & Chips.

A photo of the Green Lake Spud taken in 1956.


Chain Restaurants Are Flooding Seattle, And We Love It

Are these chains changing our local dining scene? Who cares, as long as ice cream and ramen are involved.

The Halal Guys will bring a little bit of New York to Seattle.


Ballard Liquor Store Adds Legit $2 Taco Window, Because America is Great

When a liquor store and taco truck come together, we all win.

Henceforth, all liquor stores should have $2 taco windows.


Crab Fight: Which Coast has the Better Crab?

Food scribes from opposite coasts settle it once and for all.

Sometimes size matters.


Find Smoky, Slow-Cooked Religion at Seattle’s New Barbecue Church

And for the love of God, don't skip the mac 'n' cheese.

Listening to Matt Davis talk about barbecue is a little like going to church. There’s passion—so much passion that he quit his day job in woodworking to bring barbecue to the people. There’s history—the recipes taste of his Kansas hometown. And there’s community—the locals who have made his new restaurant a gathering place. Davis launched…


Spam Meets Sushi? This Bremerton Treat is Worth the Ferry Ride

This Hawaiian cafe makes phenomenal musubi.

Don’t dismiss the culinary value of Spam.

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Publisher’s Note: The True Seattle Influencers

Forget social media. These are the real heroes.

In-flu-ence /ˈinflo͝oəns/. The power or capacity of causing an effect in indirect or intangible ways. An emanation of spiritual or moral force. An ethereal fluid held to flow from the stars and to affect the actions of humans. With all the attention on “influencers” on social media, I think we’ve lost the true meaning of…

Photography by Grant Hindsley

Every Car Has a Story: ‘I don’t own cars. They own me.’

Blake Siebe takes a most unusual approach to car collecting

There are two kinds of car collectors. The vast majority fit into a sort of “check box” mentality of acquiring cars anointed by others as collector worthy. In contrast, a rare category of car collectors, I might venture to say, are the true cognoscenti who discover vehicles that no one is yet appreciating. They relish in…