Fresh Northwest cuisine with local market ingredients.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Matt’s in the Market, founded in 1996 and drawing a loyal crowd with its creative cuisine. Located in the heart of Pike Place Market with breathtaking views of Elliot Bay, Matt’s uses many market ingredients as well as sustainable and seasonal local produce. (more…)
Northwest tasting menus in the form of a thali.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Poppy, bringing a new style of dining in the form of “thalis” to the Pacific Northwest. Thalis are a round tray on which a variety of small dishes are served to each guest. Chef Jerry Traunfeld highlights seasonal and local ingredients, fresh herbs (often from their (more…)
Handmade pasta and made-to-order sauces for $9.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Il Corvo Pasta, owned and operated by Mike Easton in Pioneer Square. Together with his wife, Victoria, Il Corvo is open Monday through Friday for lunch only. Mike posts his daily specials on his entertaining and informative blog daily. (more…)
Sophisticated New American Cuisine.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature The Coterie Room, featuring classy comfort food with Pacific Northwest influence. The high ceilings and walls of windows creates a bright and inviting (more…)
A little bit of Paris on Queen Anne hill.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Le Rêve Bakery, owned and operated by the wonderfully kind and friendly Andrea Nakata since 2011. With French flair and a warm and inviting atmosphere,
Le Rêve has become a gathering place for the community for book club meetings, catching up with (more…)
Seattle, WA — Seattle Weekly proudly presents the 4th Annual Voracious Tasting and Food
Awards, a night of culinary celebration on April 4th to benefit Beef Counts at Food Lifeline.
Held at the Paramount Theatre, Voracious Tasting will feature bites from 40 of the areaʼs great (more…)
Dance or walk your way up to The Tin Table.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature The Tin Table, tucked on the second floor of the Oddfellows building across from the Century Ballroom. Classy jazz music plays in the background for a speakeasy atmosphere. People taking dance classes stop by before or after their classes, but everyone (more…)