In its seventh year, 20something features more than 58 Washington state wineries and 16 Pacific Northwest restaurants. 20something offers wine tasting and pairing with winemakers and winery representatives in a relaxed atmosphere. Many wineries bring their younger tasting room managers and winemakers to connect with the attendees. This year’s (more…)
Casual Southern Italian cuisine in Fremont.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Agrodolce, James Beard award winning chef, Maria Hines’ newest restaurant that opened late last year. The atmosphere is charming with beautiful (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…)
Wake up for Joule’s brunch.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Joule, the sister restaurant to Revel, owned by Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi. The restaurant relocated from Wallingford to the Fremont Collective Complex last November serving up bold Korean American fare. (more…)
Southern Italian restaurant serves “End of the World” menu on opening day.
In the footsteps of Tilth and Golden Beetle, James Beard Award-winning chef Maria Hines will open Agrodolce in Fremont on December 21st. The menu will focus on certified organic Southern Italian fare with an emphasis on Sicilian cuisine.
Shareable plates using seasonal and local ingredients served in a Mediterranean style.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Hunger, in a new location in the burgeoning food scene in the Fremont neighborhood. Owners Brian and Jamie Brooks first opened Hunger two years ago a few blocks up from their current corner location on Fremont Avenue. Hunger’s
Trigger that warm and fuzzy feeling at this locally-infused Fremont newbie.
The place is called Wine Tea Chocolate, so most of you are probably already out the door. For those who still need a nudge, I will continue. Wine Tea Chocolate makes good on their title’s promise of artisan, addictive consumables, (more…)