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 is not too much to spend on toast. (My grandmother, however, wouldn’t have been so easily persuaded.) Mind you, the single slice of toast that goes for more than a 10-spot here isn’t simply topped…
Seattle Line Cooks’ Family Tree
Ever wondered where your favorite chef got his or her start? We think you’ll find our food family breakdown a fascinating lesson in Seattle’s restaurant genealogy
Edouardo Jordan’s favorite hole-in-the-wall find: Breakfast Club in Lake City
Chelsea Lin and Jessica Yadegaran, with additional reporting by Rebecca Ratterman
The Power of Two: Joule and The Whale Wins
Joule and The Whale Wins join the growing trend of restaurants finding strength in numbers.
Restaurants and stores have long relied on shared traffic to drive business. As counterintuitive as it may seem, several restaurants in a cluster tend to generate more business for everyone, rather than stealing customers from each other. Funny how that works. Lately, Seattle is seeing independent restaurateurs go a step further: They’re teaming up with each…