West Seattle

A Brief History of Rotary Viewpoint Park’s Totem Pole

There’s more to West Seattle’s totem pole than meets the eye

Robin Young’s totem pole in West Seattle; in 2009, it was recovered along with a second stolen totem, Renton’s Henry Moses Honoring Pole, which was also put back up

Jake Laycock

Design Team Marries Indoor and Outdoor Living at West Seattle Home

Jody Estes and Matt Wittman combine indoor and outdoor spaces in their West Seattle backyard studio

“We wanted to buy the worst possible property,” says Jody Estes, reminiscing about the house hunt she and her husband…

Marianne Hale

At Ma’ono, Spring Hill’s Fried Chicken Wears a Hawaiian Shirt

An ambitious neighborhood bistro brings Hawaiian comfort food to West Seattle.

I know I wasn’t the only one in town who felt a little wistful upon hearing the news that Mark…

Seattle Mag

West Seattle Stands the Line: Mobile Chowdown Recap

Cheers to everyone who came out to West Seattle Junction and helped make Mobile Chowdown VI a huge success –…

Seattle Mag

Zippy’s Giant Burgers Has a Delicious Secret

Welcome to burger heaven. Now with booth seating.

It used to be that a visit to Zippy’s involved squeezing into a cramped space or waiting outside in the…

Seattle Mag

Restaurant Review: Blackboard Bistro

Romantic appeal but an uneven menu at this new West Seattle spot

Almost a year ago, Jacob Wiegner left Spanish-romantic Olivar on Capitol Hill to open his own place in a revolving-door…

Seattle Mag

Summer Guide 2010: West Seattle

When it comes to West Seattle summer scenes, most people picture Alki Beach or splashy antics at the

When it comes to West Seattle summer scenes, most people picture Alki Beach or splashy antics at the outdoor, saltwater…

Seattle Mag