Live in the neighborhood? Stroll over for a casual bite. Don’t? Still drop in to Wallingford’s Union Saloon for comfort food with surprise twists.
As the Seattle Times restaurant critic Providence Cicero eats way too much and loves every minute of it. She has been writing about food and restaurants in Seattle for more than 20 years, yet manages to remain incognito (if not as svelte as she'd like), sometimes going unrecognized even by her colleagues. She dines anonymously, using a pseudonym, but Providence Cicero is her real name (honest).
Renovation and new menu update the Queen without sacrificing classic spirit.
Chef Mark Schroder learned lessons well at Joule, Revel and Trove but also looks to Midwest roots for inspiration.
New South Lake Union restaurant showcases talents of up-and-coming chef Derek Bugge.
Midwest natives Nick Coffey and Nova Askue stoke their passion for ultra-local food on their own special San Juan island.
This first Eastside venture by James Beard Award-winning chef Jason Wilson uses savvy technique to unleash deep flavor from great ingredients.
Sushi happiness at any price: Spend a lot — or a little — at Bellevue’s Minamoto | Restaurant review VIEW
Splurge for the $150-per-person omakase at Minamoto and you’ll experience an elegant procession of pristine ingredients. Feeling less flush? An a la carte dinner or...
Part of Chef Brendan McGill’s expanding restaurant family, Café Hitchcock has a promising pedigree, location and menu, as it seeks to become a morning-to-night hangout.
The restaurant is easy to miss, but once you’re there, Kathakali will be a pleasant surprise with layered flavors from Kerala, the state on India’s...
A couple turns a sprawling Whidbey Island farm into a space for memorable events.