February 2011

Cheap Eats: Fuji Bakery

A sensational bakery opens in Seattle's International District.

My colleague Lorna Yee sent me an e-mail raving about Fuji Bakery in Bellevue, but before I could cross the…

Seattle Mag

Nine Nerds of Note: Local Geeks Going Above and Beyond

From wine, to food, to news, we call out nine of the cities nerdiest personalities.

1. Wine NerdERIC LEVINE  [ Former Microsoftie and founder of CellarTracker and GrapeStories, wine-reviewing databases (cellartracker.com; grapestories.com) ]  Nerd stats:…

Seattle Mag

Restaurant Review: Cantinetta Bellevue

The Wallingford date spot spawns a second sexy incarnation on Bellevue’s Main Street.

Sometimes, going out to eat is all about the food. But usually, there’s more to it. At the original Cantinetta…

Seattle Mag

Restaurant Review: Lecosho

Matt Janke (late of Matt's in the Market) returns with a pork-lover's paradise on the Harbor Steps.

It’s probably not fair, but everyone is going to compare Lecosho to Matt’s in the Market. Matt Janke opened Matt’s…

Seattle Mag

The Nerd Issue: Seattle’s Beloved Geek Festivals

Geek Fests! If there were any doubt as to Seattle’s nerd cred, one need look no farther than the eno

COMICS, SCI-FI & FANTASY Emerald City Comicon March 4–6; Washington State Convention Center, Seattle; emeraldcitycomicon.com  Who attends: Secret superheroes.Why go:…

Anna Samuels

The Nerd Issue: Seattle’s Comics Craze

Pow! Bam! Kaboom! A growing number of comic book professionals (no, that’s not an oxymoron) are maki

PETER BAGGE Applauded for his comic series “Hate” and “Apocalypse Nerd” (among others), the iconic Seattle comic writer has a…

Mark Rahner