September 2018

How Backyard Cottages Could Help Seattle's Homeless Problem

How Backyard Cottages Could Help Seattle’s Homeless Problem

Through the Block Project, one Seattle Family is opening its heart -- and its backyard- to a homeless man

Once homeless, Bobby Desjarlais, right, now lives in a small home built in the backyard of Dan Tenenbaum and Kim Sherman's Beacon Hill property

Meet the Trainer for Dubs II, University of Washington Football Mascot

Meet the Trainer for Dubs II, University of Washington Football Mascot

Every day is a Dawg day for this University of Washington alum

Paws Up: Dog trainer Anne-Lise Nilsen with Dubs II, who was born in January, at Husky Stadium

The New Seattle Restaurants Doing One Thing and Doing It Well

The New Seattle Restaurants Doing One Thing and Doing It Well

This is the year of the singular sensation

This article appears in print as the cover story of the September 2018 issue. Read more from the Best of the Best Restaurants feature story here. Click here to subscribe. Westman’s Bagel and CoffeeCapitol Hill, 1509 E Madison St.; westmansbagel.comSure, there are other bagel shops in Seattle. But none so closely resemble that East Coast staple—and, perhaps more importantly,…

The Best Seafood in Seattle

The Best Seafood in Seattle

In a city with so much great food, we wanted to know: What really takes the prize? Our critics tasted the very best seafood dishes to find out

Taylor Shellfish’s Salish Sampler, featuring scallops, oysters, shrimp and crab

The Best Pizza in Seattle

The Best Pizza in Seattle

In a city with so much great food, we wanted to know: What really takes the prize? Our critics tasted dozens of the very best pizzas to find out

Breezy Town’s Pepperoni Paint Job

13 Best Things To Do in Seattle in September 2018

13 Best Things To Do in Seattle in September 2018

Our hand-picked list of best bets for entertainment this month, featuring Bumbershoot, Brandi Carlile, Seattle Art Museum and more

Mark Tobey’s 1929 oil on canvas, “Middle West (American landscape)” is part of SAM’s New Topographics

A 12th Man Guide To Tailgating

A 12th Man Guide To Tailgating

When your blood runs green and blue, here’s how to tailgate like a true 12

This article appears in print in the September 2018 issue. Click here to subscribe. Catching the game on TV garbed in team colors is fine, but during home games, the most dedicated Seahawks fans take it to the next level. Want to join them this year? You have options. Head to the fenced-off, pedestrian-based Hawk Alley Tailgate area…

The Best Sushi in Seattle

The Best Sushi in Seattle

In a city with so much great food, we wanted to know: What really takes the prize? Our critics tasted the very best sushi to find out

This article appears in print as the cover story of the September 2018 issue. Read more from the Best of the Best Restaurants feature story here. Click here to subscribe. Best of the Best: Wataru Along a relatively quiet strip in Ravenna, the talk amongst foodies is all about chef Edouardo Jordan, whose duo of high-profile restaurants, JuneBaby and…

The Best Tasting Menu in Seattle

The Best Tasting Menu in Seattle

In a city with so much great food, we wanted to know: What really takes the prize? Our critics tasted the very best tasting menus to find out

Steak salad with grilled king oyster mushrooms, grilled black cod cured in combu and marinated in sake and assorted tempura at Adana

The Best Tacos in Seattle

The Best Tacos in Seattle

In a city with so much great food, we wanted to know: What really takes the prize? Our critics tasted dozens of the very best tacos to find out

Taco Street’s barbacoa tacos with pickled onions and salsas

The Best Burger in Seattle

The Best Burger in Seattle

In a city with so much great food, we wanted to know: What really takes the prize? Our critics tasted dozens of the very best burgers to find out

Loretta’s Double Tavern Burger with pickles, onions and special sauce

MOHAI's New WWI Exhibit Marks 100 Years Since "The Great War"

MOHAI’s New WWI Exhibit Marks 100 Years Since “The Great War”

The new exhibit, WWI America, opens at the Museum of History and Industry next week

A large collection of posters such as this patriotism-rousing sign that originally read, ”Not just hats off to the flag, but sleeves up for it,” are part of MOHAI’s WWI America exhibit