Dining

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.

Michael Rietmulder

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.

Chelsea Lin

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.

Michael Rietmulder

Crab Fight: Which Coast has the Better Crab?

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

Sometimes size matters.

Cynthia Nims

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…

Chelsea Lin

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.

Chelsea Lin

Our 7 Favorite Dog-Friendly Bars and Restaurants in Seattle

No need to leave your pooch behind when hitting these Seattle favorites.

Lattes aren’t only for humans at this Pinehurst cafe.

Alexa Peters

Marmite Marks the Triumphant Return of Seattle’s French Cuisine King

Thankfully, Bruce Naftaly of Le Gourmand couldn't stay out of the kitchen.

Spring radish soup with radish-top pesto and watermelon radishes.

Chelsea Lin

Rosé Cider Returns, New Late-Night Peruvian Eats and Other Booze News

The rosé craze continues.

Rosé cider returns Wednesday.

AJ Rathbun