The latest addition to the Ethan Stowell Restaurants family, Rione XIII opens its doors.
A Roman-style Trattoria in Capitol Hill, named for the 13th district of the city of Rome, Rione XIII pays homage to the vibrant Trastevere neighborhood, which is packed full of old world charm (more…)
Revisit old favorites and experience what’s next.
Spinasse splashed onto the Capitol Hill scene four years ago this month and quickly became Seattle’s go-to for classic Piedmontese cuisine. With award-winning Chef Jason Stratton at the helm, this restaurant boasts (more…)
Head to Capitol Hill for the hottest Vietnamese watering hole.
Ba Bar, the latest culinary project of Eric and Sophie Banh of Monsoon, serves quality Vietnamese street food. Highlights include freshly baked pastries, the most-talked-about pho in town, and creative cocktails.
This creative branding agency represents the forefront of Seattle’s design scene.
Creature might have a blue room (for inspiration) or a red room (for spreadsheet tedium). Select clan members might spend their weeknights unleashing creativity with (more…)
Chef Tamara Murphy cooks, writes and shows love to local grub and rustic European wines.
If there is ever an excuse to drink Barolo, take it. Although many and most Italian winemakers will debate they produce the greatest juice to ever have been bestowed upon their country, there is only one rightful king to the throne — Barolo. (more…)
Capitol Hill has style. Don’t fight the luchador inside you. Enjoy Bimbos.
Unlike their name, they don’t make it easy for you. An eclectic mix of drinks, dishes and décor gives you a little bit of a seizure. In a good way. You aren’t ever bored and even just being in there makes you feel (more…)
What happens when an early love of restaurants and a uniquely named uncle come together? Lucky 8′s China House on Capitol Hill.
As will happen, most restaurants have a pretty interesting story of how they came to be. In the quaintly tucked Lucky 8′s case on Capitol Hill, all it took was 25 plus years in the industry for co-owner Bracey Rogers, an Uncle named Villepique (more…)