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Valentine’s Day in Seattle: What to Do—and More Importantly, Where to Eat

From drinks and dinner to views and dancing, Seattle will help you show the love this February 14

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and while it’s the thought that counts, we made a list of food and fun options to nudge you in the right direction—because a little something special never hurts. Read on for info on city views, sweet treats, and a guide to some of Seattle’s many tasting menus, complete with…

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Eden Hill Provisions Is the Newest Darling of Seattle’s Queen Anne Neighborhood

From the couple behind one of the city’s best fine dining restaurants comes the casual, family-friendly spot they meant to open all along

The legendary Big Max cheeseburger

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5 Things You Need to Eat and Drink in January 2020

These resolutions won't leave you feeling sad and hungry

A trio of plant-based ice cream awaits

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4 New Seattle-area Restaurants You Must Visit in January 2020

In today’s dining scene, it’s hard to keep up with restaurant openings. But it’s our job (and our pleasure) to do just that. Here are a few new places worth checking out

This article appears in print in the December 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. MomosanChinatown–International DistrictIron Chef Masaharu Morimoto opened a local offshoot of this popular ramen and izakaya concept in September. In lines going around the block, patient diners wait for a chance to slurp bowls of noodle soup and swill sake. PajuLower Queen AnneThis petite eatery,…

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Big Flavors and Big Heart Keep This Rainier Valley Barbecue Spot Cooking

Erasto “Big Red” Jackson brings international flavors to his Rainier Valley restaurant, but he’s best known for his barbecue

Erasto “Big Red” Jackson

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Savor Sri Lankan and Indian Inspired Cocktails and Food at Ballard’s Rupee

Pro tip: Save room for dessert

Find creative and tasty cocktails and cuisine at the cozy Rupee in Ballard

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West Seattle’s Haymaker Becomes a New Neighborhood Favorite

Chef Brian Clevenger’s sixth restaurant emphasizes protein-rich entrées while still serving the pasta his fans have come to love

The charred octopus with ‘nduja is an excellent example of how chef Brian Clevenger prizes classic flavor combinations over fussy fads

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Backstory: How a 1950s Seattle Ice Cream Shop Became a Boat-shaped Pho Institution

Seattle's love affair with pho started at this iconic spot

This article appears in print in the November 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. The landmark. Pho Bac RestaurantThe location. Chinatown–International District, 1314 S Jackson St. The backstory. At the corner of what is perhaps Little Saigon’s busiest intersection, a boat-shaped building and yellow faux palm tree mark the birthplace of Seattle’s love affair with pho. But before…

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15 Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner 2019

Turn off the oven and let Seattle chefs make you a fantastic holiday meal

You can forego the hours of cooking and loads of dishes to clean on Thanksgiving with the many Seattle restaurants who are offering special, chef-prepared Thanksgiving meals this year. Vegetarian and vegan options are available at some as well as multi-course meals that range from four to nine dishes, some more traditional, others more experimental….

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4 New Seattle-area Restaurants You Must Try in November 2019

In today’s dining scene, it’s hard to keep up with restaurant openings. But it’s our job (and our pleasure) to do just that. Here are a few new places worth checking out

This article appears in print in the November 2019 issue. Click here to subscribe. DochiChinatown–International DistrictSeattle’s love affair with doughnuts shows no sign of slowing, with the most recent example being a boom in mochi, or rice flour, doughnuts, which have a chewier texture than their cakey and yeasted counterparts. Grab these creative bubble-shaped rings at the Dochi…

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One Family Looks to Bring Brazil’s Hospitality and Pastries to Seattle

Kitanda uses Brazilian traditions as its foundation, tweaking them to appeal to new audiences

Erica Bueno’s family runs five locations of Kitanda, a casual cafe with Brazilian influence

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Phnom Penh Noodle House Plans to Reopen This Winter

Rejoice! The family behind the beloved Cambodian restaurant has a new location in the works, but the same favored dishes

From left, Diane, Dawn and Darlene (whose father Sam Ung opened the original Phnom Penh Noodle House in 1987) in the new space

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