f you plan to dine out this Thanksgiving, we suggest dining at any of the following locally owned restaurants. Each is known for its hospitality, thoughtful menus and great food, making them a perfect choice for your holiday meal.
Learn to make Melissa Clark’s roasted leg of lamb with mint salsa verde from the new cookbook “The Way We Ate” by Noah Fecks and Paul Wagtouicz.
No longer just for kids on a summer’s day, milkshake recipes have changed with the times and now this creamy concoction is enjoyed all year long by the young and the young at heart. Here are a few places in Seattle serving up the shakes in style.
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If you love pumpkin-flavored foods, be sure to check out these Seattle eateries for their pumpkin-inspired breakfast foods, desserts, treats and drinks.
For home brewers in the Emerald City, beer-brewing resources abound to help them make that perfect first – or hundredth – brew.
Kim Barbouin, author of the Skinny Bitch series, shares her favorite vegan sweets recipes so you can bake up a storm.
Besides receiving high marks from satisfied diners, each of these restaurants offers the option of a late night menu if you want to extend the evening beyond the show.
Stay on budget and please your tastebuds. These five Seattle eateries offer delicious dinner options for less than 15 bucks.
Long known as the birthplace of grunge rock, stylish outerwear and abundant rainfall, Seattle is also a mecca for coffee aficionados.
While turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving dish, it’s the side dishes that can make or break the meal. From roasted asparagus to classic pumpkin pie, it’s time to get inspired.