Raccolto’s House-Made Pasta Steals the Show

Pasta is the modest showstopper at this new West Seattle restaurant

Lamb Bolognese with strozzapreti pasta and parmesan shavings, from Raccolto in West Seattle


FlintCreek Cattle Co: Comfort Food for a Healing ‘Hood

RockCreek’s owners take on game meats, make a gathering place in Greenwood

FlintCreek’s heavily peppercorn-crusted Maui Nui Venison Loin “Buck & Brandy,” with parsnip puree and brandy-cranberry gastrique


Recipe of the Week: Outlier’s Duck Bolognese

Outlier’s Duck Bolognese


Seattle’s 45 Best Global Dishes

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

Kaiseki, a Japanese tasting menu from Adana, on Capitol Hill (seasonally available)


White Swan Public House and 100 Pound Clam: Seafood With Views, Too

Inventive waterfront seafood dining, courtesy of the folks from Matt's in the Market

Bone marrow “Kilpatrik”: smoked oyster, bacon, Worcestershire, bread crumbs, garlic puree


2016: The WTF Year in Review

#manintree perhaps best summarizes the overall WTF zeitgeist of 2016


Holiday Party Prep: Ready Your Supplies

This article originally appeared on Houzz.com. Why wait until the day before your party to find out you’re short on coffee mugs and the silver is tarnished? Get a jump on things by sorting out your entertaining supplies, shopping for missing pieces and making room in your kitchen … before you come home with five…


Best of 2016: Reader’s Choice Poll Winners

From our December print feature, "2016: The Year in Review"

From ice cream to pie, your best of Seattle 2016 picks


Three Impressions of 190 Sunset

Our thoughts on the latest addition to Salish Crossing

The Jalapeno Margarita and Bees Knees cocktails at 190 Sunset.


Home Decor that Looks Good Enough to Eat

Nothing says summertime more than a big bowl of sun-kissed fresh fruit. And it’s easy to bolster this sunny look in your abode (minus that pesky expiration date) by adding a fruit-kissed accent or two. Just pick up a pair of Pear Salt-and-Pepper Shakers ($19), available in speckled white or golden bronze, new from West Elm (South…


Why the Best Friends Are Farmers…And Goats

Prepare to feel pangs of jealousy! A girlfriend messaged yesterday to ask if I was free to accompany her to a unique fundraiser that night that her date was too sick to attend. Not just any fundraiser, but a dinner at Western Bridge owners William and Ruth True’s house in Madison Park. A dinner featuring…


Portland’s Best Restaurants

Requisite restaurants for your next food trip to our culinary sister to the south.

Seattle’s food scene enjoys a bit of friendly (or fervent) competition with Portland. The two cities tussle over the James Beard Foundation’s Best Chef Northwest award each year, and Seattle’s recent overhaul of its food-truck laws was a blatant attempt to catch up with Portland’s long-standing dominance in the realm of street food. Clusters—or pods—of…

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