A quiet stretch of West Seattle gets a cocktail bar that aims to compete with the city’s best — and is starting to wake up...
From craft cocktails to Rainier tallboys, where and how to drink in the Seattle area.
Broccoli casserole crusted with Cheetos? “Inauthentic Eurasian” food? The menu at Cook Weaver is eclectic and fun, and the food is tasty, too.
Daniel’s Broiler will not be closing but moving to a nearby site so that Vulcan can redevelop the pier.
Lobster mac and cheese. Crabcakes. BBQ shrimp. The snacks at this new Edmonds spot make its happy hour one of the best in the area.
With one stretch in Fremont/Wallingford getting busier than ever, happy-hour writer Tan Vinh takes a look at two bars there.
Potstickers, pelmeni and dozen of other dumplings will be featured at Tom Douglas' Dumpling Fest.
Vermouth night. Whiskey tastings. The owners of Columbia City’s popular Lottie’s Lounge aim to make Jude’s a Rainier Beach hangout.
The new branch is the first with a bar, and it’s open late, perfect for the barhopping crowd to chow down on some nori-sprinkled fries.
The most-hyped whiskey on the market runs up to $150 a shot. But you don’t have to spend that to find a great option.
Venturing away from your living room for the game? Head to one of these bars in Seattle and Bellevue. Some even take reservations.
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