A reader asks: Where are the local sweet spots that serve entrees more in the $18–$25 zone, rather than the $24–$37 range?
Bethany Jean Clement
Bethany Jean Clement is The Seattle Times’ food writer.
At her unassuming spot on Greenwood Avenue, Xiaoting “Ting” Guo shares the deliciousness of authenticity (hold the Mongolian beef).
The Nordic Heritage Museum's inaugural food conference last year was marvelous, and this year's looks to be orders of magnitude better.
South-of-Seattle soup dumpling fans finally get their own location of the super-popular international chain.
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Yes, it’s yet another list, and it's one you’ve probably never heard of, but Nate Silver says it takes “a good approach for serious foodies.”