In case you missed the Capitol Hill, Bellevue and Kirkland dishcrawls last year, you’ll have another chance to stroll the streets with strangers in search of eats on Feb. 6 in Belltown. (For those of you unfamiliar with Seattle neighborhoods, Belltown is usually referred to as the stretch of city (more…)
We normally think of Happy Hour as a post work affair. A chance to shake off the day or get started shaking things up for the night ahead. If you want that and more, look no further than Belltown Pizza that Monday through Friday offers Happy Hour from 4-6p and on Sundays offers a special menu of Breakfast Pizzas such as The Manning made with bacon, egg, cheddar cheese, and mushrooms. (more…)
Neighborhood Bistro Offers Authentic Thai Cuisine.
Situated between the Ravenna and Wedgewood neighborhoods, Bai Pai Thai Restaurant & Lounge offers outstanding food and service in a cozy and inviting atmosphere. Perfect for a weeknight dinner or a delicious date night, their extensive menu offers traditional Thai dishes as well as their own signature dishes.
Glaze over Mighty-O’s organic vegan donuts. You’ll discover your publicly approved ‘O’ face.
Mighty-O Donuts in Tangletown offers flavors that you can’t help but want to try. Don King? Topless Chocolate? Blueberry Monster? Collect ‘em all.
The variant drinks that can be made with liquor don’t have to stall with a simple mix, shake and pour.
At BOKA, Chief Mixologist Mi-Suk Ahn uses a method known as infusion to make the perfect drink. For 18 years, she has been perfecting her craft which originally began as a hobby. That all changed (more…)
Signing off from Seattleite’s Corks+Forks for the final column, Erin Thomas — out.
It is the end of an era. No, I’m not talking about Monday’s Gossip Girl series finale, the Mayan calendar’s doomsday prediction or even the shuttering of Seattle restaurant icon Rover’s. I speak of this column with this writer — I am hanging my hat with SEATTLEITE. The pleasure has been all mine to drink and eat with you all for the past two years so I thank you for the company and not making me drink alone. Although I would do it anyway. (more…)
Local ingredients and wood-fired pizzas at this new neighborhood eatery.
Most of the menu is fresh, housemade, and often with locally produced ingredients. Owners Kent and Cindy Betts “take pride in stepping outside the box with unique products and flavor combinations, and acting as more of a New American kitcen than your typical pizzeria.” (more…)