Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Category Archives: Eat+Drink

Brunch Village. Photo by Feast Portland.
Feast Portland 2016 Lineup Announced, Tickets on Sale Today at 9am
Mark your calendar! Feast Portland returns for year five September 15-18 Bon Appétit Presents Feast Portland released its full 2016 festival lineup yesterday, unveiling four new Fun-Size events, a Latin theme for the Night Market, a ballin’ new east side location for the Sandwich Invitational, and over 100 chefs from around the world. This event should not be missed—the weekend is easily better than any food & wine event in Seattle (sorry Seattle, nothing but love for you). Festival tickets will be available to purchase starting at 9:00 am PST today at http://www.feastportland.com/. (more…)
The Picky Eater: Hard Rock Café Seattle Serves Bites and Beats
Since February 2010, Hard Rock Café Seattle has been serving up bites and beats to the Downtown area. But this spring, hungry patrons may now enjoy a few new items such as the Fresh Catch of the Day from Pike’s Place Market. Topped by juicy slices of oranges and lemons, accompanied by grilled asparagus, and propped up by a bed of steaming rice mixed with corn, red peppers, and broccoli, this dish brings a splash of spice and tang to the pallet. Mmmmm. (more…)
Deep Sea Sugar & Salt S'More Cake
New Cake Biz to Debut Pop Up at West Seattle’s Parliament Tavern This Thursday
Carrot Pineapple Brown Butter, Banana Rum, and S’mores. These are just some of Deep Sea Sugar & Salt’s delectable cake flavors you will find this Thursday, May 12th, at West Seattle’s Parliament Tavern. Gather your friends to enjoy a draft beer and munch on one (or two) cupcakes during the pub’s art exhibit, The Fancy Glovework: An Industrial Softball League (ISL) Artist Showcase, that will feature art in a variety of mediums by artists who participate in this league. Fig Cake (Photo credit: Mary Kalhor Photography) (more…)
In the Know: The Do’s and Don’ts of the Eastside
The Eastside, particularly Bellevue, has a reputation and it’s not a positive one. Many people think of the Eastside as being cultureless with cookie-cutter chain restaurants and snobby, materialistic people driving Range Rovers and Teslas. However, while it may be true in a small way, that isn’t an entirely accurate or fair description. There’s so much more to the Eastside—don’t let a few stereotypes stop you from visiting! There are several great spots that Seattleites should consider crossing the bridge for (and a few places to avoid), you just need a little “In the Know”. (more…)
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From Their Table to Yours: A Spotlight on Four Family-Run Restaurants
Ebru Mediterranean Grill A week before the owner, Bulent Aki, graduated from Seattle Central Community College, his professor asked his graduating class to write an article about what they will do once they graduate.  He studied computer processing in school, but had a passion to start a small business.  Working at a company on data processing, Bulent found that the business was not doing well so he had to figure out what to do next.  He reminds himself that it was a Friday when he had the urge to start his own restaurant.  He met his partner, Sharrie Nailon, when she was running her own restaurant in Seattle Center.  She had a business degree and had grown up in the area so she seemed to be a great partner for this journey. (more…)
Celebrate Elysian Brewing’s 20th Birthday on June 11th with one hell of a party
In 1996, the SuperSonics reached the NBA Finals, Nirvana released “From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah,” and Elysian Brewing Company poured its first beer in Seattle’s Capitol Hill. A lot has changed since, but the beer is still flowing from Elysian, 20 years later. To celebrate, Elysian is throwing a rager on Saturday, June 11, complete with plenty of beer from Elysian and friends, food trucks, art, live entertainment, special appearances and much more. MARK YOUR CALENDARS! (more…)
Restaurant Radar: Stock, a Farm to Table Cafe in Ballard
Showcasing “Slow Food Fast”, Stock is out to elevate and reinvent everyday ingredients and recipes in a casual and approachable environment. Chef/owner Chris Blanco focuses on comfort food that is inspired by the Northwest and Asian flavors. He puts a lot of time and care into making sure his customers get high-quality food quickly and easily. (more…)
Celebrating All Things Beer During Seattle Beer Week May 14-15
Seattle Beer Week and Fairmont Olympic are excited to team up with local breweries, beer organizations and food companies for a beer tasting on Saturday, May 14th and a dinner Sunday, May 15th. (more…)
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