Where there’s a Bang, there’s another Bang. And some sandwiches and cupcakes.
Created by sisters, Yuki and Miki Sodos from New Mexico, the Bang Bang Café in Belltown feels like home away from home. Between the cheery, helpful staff, the cozy fireplace and the bright, inviting atmosphere, I knew right away (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…)
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…)
Head to Belltown for old world flavors nestled amongst new world comfort and charm.
We agree: life is beautiful!
However, we will also argue that it gets much more beautiful after a couple glasses of fine Italian wine and a hearty helping of creamy linguini with salmon followed by the most delicate, flavorful, melt-in-your-mouth Tiramisu you will ever have the pleasure of eating. (more…)
Head to Belltown to curb your Latin cravings with traditional South American flavors.
No need to bring your passport on this trip south of the border. Enjoy the flavors and hospitality of Latin America, while still admiring the expansive views of Elliot Bay at Belltown’s newest establishment, Mestizo Tequila Ultra Lounge & Grill. (more…)
The definitive visuals of Northwest influence.
Booth-life at Pike Place Market preys on the tourists’ insatiable desire to purchase something inane and inconsequential, yet distinctly Seattle-esque. Magnets, shirts, art prints of the marketplace itself, it’s a hodgepodge of quickly-designed trinkets (more…)
Sneak up to this Belltown hideaway for simple snacks and kooky cocktails.
If there’s one thing I know, Belltown isn’t going anywhere. Not that it should, but over the course of my time in Seattle and the three years I lived in the borough, it’s fair to say that all the ups (Patagonia, Cinerama, my dear Lava Lounge) could also be countered with a few downs (crime, concrete, coo coos). (more…)