Food & Culture
Summer Guide 2010: Queen Anne & Magnolia
The highest of Seattle
The highest of Seattle’s seven hills, Queen Anne offers spectacular views in every direction—one of many reasons to scale its heights in the summertime. Dine Out(side)Sip a sublime absinthe-spiked Rye-se & Shine cocktail, snack on farro fries and people watch on the sweet sun patio of newcomer Emmer&Rye (1825 Queen Anne Ave. N; 206.282.0680; emmerandrye.com)….
Restaurant Review: June
A starched interior gives way to insanely good honey-cured pork chops
It’s bittersweet to see that the lovely gray wallpaper that once graced the interior of Madrona’s Cremant has come down, making way for June’s similar look of starched sophistication—matte-gray banquettes punched up with grass-green chairs and vaguely nautical lampshades. But as long as chef/owner Vuong Loc keeps that insanely good honey-cured pork chop on his…
Datebook: Burn the Floor
Skip Dancing with the Stars and experience the real deal
BURN THE FLOOR9/14–9/19 Skip Dancing with the Stars and experience the real deal. This explosive two-hour show of international ballroom dance consists of 10 dances—five Latin American and five traditional ballroom. The show unites top dancers from all over the globe who have spent a lifetime honing their craft. You’ll feel the heat when the…
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