April 2017

L’Oursin Takes Root in the Central District

A French seafood bistro inspired by the cafes of Paris knows what it's doing

From a diner’s perspective, the only evidence that L’Oursin chef/owner JJ Proville and his team didn’t hire expensive professional designers…

Chelsea Lin

Food We Love: Frankie & Jo’s

Double scoop of cocoa nib mint brownie in a waffle cone at Capitol Hill’s Frankie & Jo’s

Chelsea Lin

How Much Is Too Much to Pay for Half a Sandwich?

As our obsession with open-faced noshing continues, we explore a range of toasts in Seattle

As with many things in Seattle’s culinary scene, we can probably credit chef Renee Erickson for convincing us that $10…

Chelsea Lin

Find House-Brewed Makgeolli, Korea’s Answer to Sake, at Girin

A Korean restaurant in Pioneer Square is among the first in the U.S. to brew its own makgeolli

Pioneer Square restaurant Girin is bringing back the art of brewing the sake-like makgeolli

Chelsea Lin

Quinn’s and Uneeda Burger Get Central District Sibling, Feed Co.

The Bim burger at Feed Co.

Chelsea Lin

An Art Collection for the Ages: Richard Berger’s Masterpieces of the Earth

Filled with planetary treasures, Richard Berger’s Masterpieces of the Earth collection—including a 6,000-pound crystal cluster, otherworldly sandstone formations and a 2-ton amethyst cave—is one for the ages

Collector Richard Berger, and his wife Miriam Dyak, stand with pieces of the collection including a 800-pound, 95 million-year-old three

Kate Calamusa