Tuesday, May 11, 2021

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This Week in Seattle Food News: Crepe Cakes Come to Seattle, Indian-Inspired Burgers Arrive on Capitol Hill, and Canlis Announces Its New Chef

This week, the dessert company Lady M has brought its coveted crepe cakes to Seattle with a new virtual boutique, and the Indian-inspired Bombay Burger is now flipping paneer patties on Capitol Hill. Plus, Canlis has revealed its new...

Your Guide to a Socially Distanced Weekend in Seattle: The Pike Place Flower Festival, Vaccine Perks, and More

If you're scrambling for Mother's Day plans, you want to get a COVID shot at a sports game, and/or you're jonesing for some fried chicken, you've come to the right place. Our roundup of those and other weekend suggestions...

Your Guide to COVID-Safe May Events

The last month of spring is upon us, and while public life isn't back to normal just yet, Seattle's flora and fauna are blossoming to their usual fullness and annual festivals are returning in a modified fashion. Keep reading...

Where to Find Spring Produce in Portland Right Now

Spring is in full bloom, and chefs around town are whipping up special dishes to showcase the delicate flavors of the season in all of their glory. We've gathered this list of the places where you can find asparagus,...

How to Celebrate 4/20 2021 in Seattle

4/20, every stoner's favorite cannabis-centric holiday, is almost upon us. Get ready to toke up with our guide to the trippiest events, such as SPLIFF Film Festival and a digital disco with SassyBlack and Ilana Glazer, plus some choice munchies,...

Tell Us Something Good, Shota Nakajima

For the latest installment of our "Tell Us Something Good" celebrity recommendation series, we talked with three-time James Beard Award semifinalist Chef Shota Nakajima, who announced today that his beloved Capitol Hill restaurant, Taku, will reopen on May 5...

This Week in Seattle Food News: Queer/Bar Is Back, A New Ethiopian Restaurant Has Arrived, And Bauhaus Ballard Closes

As vaccine availability increases this week, the Seattle food scene is starting to regain its optimism, and restaurants continue to reopen and announce new plans for the future. This week, Queer/Bar opens its doors again for the first time...

Weekly Watch List

The Seattle International Film Festival is heading into its final weekend just as Cadence, SPLIFF, and the Seattle Black Film Festival are joining the digital stage, rounded out by other streaming newcomers like Danny Madden's indie drama Beast Beast...

The Best Things to Do from Home in Seattle This Week: April 12-18, 2021

It's another hot week for virtual film festivals: The Stranger's own SPLIFF, the Seattle Black Film Festival, and Cadence are hitting local streaming rooms while the Seattle International Film Festival and the Seattle Bicycle Film Festival continue their runs....

Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month

April lost its title as the cruelest month when the Academy of American Poets got together in 1996 to dedicate it to the wordsmiths among us. Poetry is the perfect medium to turn to in these lonely and unstable times...

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