Thursday, December 8, 2022

Jade Yamazaki Stewart

Here Are the 2022 Eater Awards Winners for Seattle

If in 2021 Seattle restaurateurs and chefs showed creativity and resilience while still keeping one cautious foot over the brake pedal, in 2022 they threw caution to the wayside and hurled themselves full force into the hard work of...

18 Seattle Area Restaurants with Heated and Covered Patios for Outdoor Dining

The heated and covered patio at Surrell, a tasting menu restaurant in Madison Valley. | Suzi Pratt/Eater Seattle Seattle winters are notoriously rainy, but that doesn’t mean outdoor dining has to be put on pause....

Brendan McGill Opens a Trattoria Serving Neo-Neapolitan Pizza in Downtown Seattle

Seattle restaurateur and chef Brendan McGill announced today that he’s opening a trattoria serving neo-Neapolitan pizza, antipasti, gelato, and roasted meat, seafood, and vegetables in the former space of Bar Taglio on 1st Avenue in Downtown Seattle. McGill...

10 Great Restaurants Near Seattle Center

This Cajun-Creole restaurant in Uptown (formerly known as Lower Queen Anne), with hundreds of candles adorning the walls and the disco ball hanging in the dining room, feels like something between a shrine in a mountain cave and 80’s...

A New Climate-Focused Seattle Fried Chicken Chain Plans Massive Growth

Ethan Stowell, one of Seattle’s most successful restauranteurs, is about to launch what’s probably his biggest project to date: a casual climate-focused fried chicken sandwich chain called Mt. Joy. Stowell, who owns about 20 restaurants in the Seattle...

Pike Place Market Hosts a Fall Festival This Month

Pike Place Market’s Harvest Festival is bringing music, drinks, and a giant pumpkin carving demonstration to the market on October 29. At the market’s fall festival, the area in front of the “Public Market” sign will be turned into...

One of Seattle’s Best Ramen Shops Expands to Fremont

Ooink, a Capitol Hill ramen shop that’s one of Seattle’s top destinations for the dish, is now serving its signature pork bone broth ramen at a new location on Stone Way North in Fremont. While there are many traditional...

8 Comfortable Restaurants For Dining Alone in Seattle

In Off Alley’s 14-seat dining room, solo diners often strike up conversation with their neighbors over glasses of natural wine. | Suzi Pratt/Eater Seattle Sure, we all know dining is often an experience made better...

A Bar Serving Oysters and Fish and Chips Opens Inside Pike Brewing

Pike Brewing Company, the go-to spot for Pike Place Market visitors looking to experience a little Pacific Northwest beer culture with its brewery tours and microbrewery museum, recently opened a new restaurant serving fish and chips, oysters, and other...

One of LA’s Favorite Korean Barbecue Restaurants Opens its First PNW Location in Lynnwood

Baekjong Korean Barbecue, a restaurant that’s been hailed as Los Angeles’ best KBBQ chain, opened its first West Coast location outside of Southern California in Lynnwood’s Alderwood Mall on September 19. The restaurant, the chain’s eighth, was originally planned...

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