Seattle may not be known for its pizza, but the pie situation here has evolved enormously. These half-dozen newish places make us super happy. VIEW
Food & Drink
The Food & Drink section brings you news about the Seattle restaurant and bar scene such as openings, closings, news about chefs and advice on where to go for a great meal or happy hour in Seattle, the Eastside or Snohomish County.
The maker of the famed Portland wings is coming to Seattle for a day. And you can make them yourself!
One had the perfect property; the other the winemaking know-how. It’s a winning combination. | The Grapevine
Novelty Hill and Januik wineries in Woodinville make a great team, using mostly grapes from a vineyard in Eastern Washington.
It's way bigger, it's got beer, and you can get a bucket of corn (and, of course, the Caribbean roast-pork sandwich, too).
No need to travel to San Francisco. The bar voted the country's best will take over Rumba for one night in August.
As of September, "the only reason people still carry cash in this city" goes away. Would Dick have approved?
It may not be the most interesting bar in the city, but for a well-priced happy hour with accessible outdoor seating, Pan Pacific Hotel is...
Another round of low tides begin this Saturday (July 30), and open Puget Sound and Hood Canal beaches should provide ample beach-line exposure for gathering...
In this bracket-style competition, 32 pizzerias in Seattle’s city limits go head-to-head, vying for the title of Seattle Times readers’ favorite.