The excellent Eastside dumplings (finally!) come to Seattle — prepare for the greatness, and prepare for the wait.
Bethany Jean Clement
Bethany Jean Clement is The Seattle Times’ food writer.
Plus, ICYMI, which big-name restaurateur is taking over the Sullivan's Steakhouse space downtown.
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Yes, people eat this. Here, an assessment by two rabid onion-lovers and one normal person.
Comparison-shopping for a bunch of basics at seven Seattle-area stores yielded some pretty surprising results.