Sunday, January 23, 2022

Mark Van Streefkerk

Life on Mars Is Redefining What It Means to Be a Seattle Bar With Nonalcoholic Cocktails

Capitol Hill’s Life on Mars is a record shop, bar, and restaurant all in one, and it just so happens to have some of the best nonalcoholic beverages in town, including drinks made with The Pathfinder, Seattle’s own nonalcoholic...

11 Great Seattle Spots for Elaborate Nonalcoholic Drinks

More Seattle bars are offering mocktails with zero- and low-proof ingredients like Oddfellow’s Pathfinder Collins, made with Pathfinder’s amaro-like, hemp-distilled nonalcoholic spirit. | The Derschang Group Seattle bars and restaurants are becoming more inclusive...

How a Team of Volunteers Partnered With ChuMinh Tofu Deli to Feed Little Saigon

Since opening the all-vegan ChuMinh Tofu deli in Little Saigon in 2011, Chef Tanya Nguyen has carved out her own place in Seattle’s pantheon of plant-based restaurants. In addition to its plentiful selection of soy-based curries, banh mi, pho,...

Senor Carbon Brings Traditional and Peruvian Japanese Cuisine to Pioneer Square

Chef Joe Tuesta has a culinary career that spans two continents, multiple culinary traditions, and soon, he will open the new restaurant he co-owns with wife Imelda Diez-Tipa called Senor Carbon Peruvian Cuisine. The Pioneer Square restaurant is only...

Filipinx Pop-Up Earthbound Family Kitchen Makes an All-Vegan Pinoy Brunch

Ricci and Irene Gurango, the husband and wife team behind Earthbound Family Kitchen, are used to a little pushback when it comes to their veganized versions of traditional Filipinx dishes. The Gurangos had both a restaurant and an organic...

Seattle’s 2021 Eater Awards Winners

Eater Awards are back, having taken a hiatus in 2020 as the restaurant industry weathered the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The 2021 Seattle’s Eater Awards recognize the city’s best new restaurant, pop-up, coffee roaster, and theme bar to emerge out...

Wunderground Aims to be Seattle’s Next Coffee Evolution

Mushrooms are everywhere, in seasonal dishes and in national headlines. In the Pacific Northwest, fall is prime time for wild foragers of chanterelles, porcinis, lobster mushrooms, and more. The “magical” kind is also having a moment; last month, Seattle...

Lariat Bar Wrestles Its Way To Open Again Tonight

More than two years in the making, including some recent delays, White Center’s newest wrestling-themed Lariat Bar reopens today at 4 p.m. A haven for all things wrestling — especially for 1980s and 1990s wrestling culture — Lariat is...

The Fairmont Olympic Hotel Opens Its Not-So-Secret Bar

Today, the historic downtown Fairmont Olympic Hotel opens its new speakeasy Founders Club, tucked just behind a bookcase at the Olympic Bar. Advertised as an intimate, spirit drinker’s enclave, Founders Club is a decadent hideaway, accented with leather couches,...

Capitol Hill Will Soon Be Awash With Bagels and (More) Smoothies

Southern California-based Nekter Juice Bar is opening its first Seattle location on Wednesday, November 17, at 118 Broadway East, Suite 3, above the Capitol Hill Station building. Nekter features acai bowls, grab-and-go juices, and other smoothies and drinks. The...

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