Prepare for this green serving tray to become your favorite party accessory.
August in the Northwest means end-of-summer get-togethers. Any Seattleite knows this may be our last chance to host an outdoor party for quite some time — so, better not pack away the patio furniture and tiki torches just yet. (more…)
With everything from gourmet sandwiches to high-tech chilled treats, Seattle’s street eat scene is redefining the term “fast food.” Here’s a quick round-up of our favorite meals on wheels. Happy trails! (more…)
Bringing back the art of meat.
Newly-opened in Fremont, Dot’s Delicatessen will be drawing in Seattle’s most serious foodies. As a restaurant/bar/organic deli combo, Dot’s brings together hip esthetics with tasty food to make any meat lover drool. (more…)
Adventurous bar-hoppers will find cheap drinks and tasty food at this Pike St. joint. (more…)
A man, a dream and some sexy pasta gadgets.
Do you know what’s sexy? Pursuing your passion — especially when you buck the trend to do it.
Generally, America has much less of a work/life balance than Europe. When I lived in Italy, the country virtually shut down for the month of August (more…)
Confucius says Bordeaux red blends are perfectly suited for Asian food.
In the midst of Wild Ginger’s inaugural Summer of Riesling world wine affair, the James Beard award-winning restaurant has gone and done it again. This celebrated Asian eatery has announced an exclusive house wine that goes against the grain of conventionally pairing wine and cuisine — simply because it’s red. (more…)
Reclaim your hard-earned mid-day meal, courtesy of Lunchtopia.
Lunch for the working adult is a simple affair of sandwiches, take-outs, or leftovers – that is, if they even have lunch at all. (more…)