Over the weekend Visit Seattle hosted Taste Washington at CenturyLink Field Event Center, treating nearly 3,000 Seattleite foodies to tastes from over 50 Pacific Northwest restaurants and pours from 750 featured wines. (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…)
Construction is finally complete in the historic Ballard News Building on the city’s latest seafood space — Ballard Annex Oyster House. (more…)
There’s no denying it. I’m a juice-head. Me and my Jack LaLanne Power juicer are like THIS.
I juice up wherever and whenever I can. I’m even constantly trading juice deals with friends like it’s my job. Well, third job.
“Hey, did you see this one? 20% off at Evolution Fresh when you check in on FourSquare now through the end of the month!” (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…)
A slice of Sicily comes to Fremont
I haven’t been to Sicily, but I believe I came close to it with Agrodolce. Owner and mastermind Maria Hines—also behind Tilth and Golden Beetle—rattled off more history about Sicilian food and culture in five minutes than you’d learn in an undergrad history (more…)
Have you been to Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery in Ballard yet? Yes, I know the name is a mouthful — but rightfully so are the delectable dishes owner Autumn Martin serves up at her shop including molten chocolate cakes, of course, but also shakes, floats, cookies and cocktails. So if you haven’t yet, you should go. Go now, in fact. (more…)