We searched the region to bring you some of the lesser known, but still popular, places to grab a handcrafted beverage made with love and care by local artisans in the city.
Like the many other cloudy, drizzly day pursuits, like wine, microbrews, coffee, theater, and books, weekend brunch fits right in with the casual Seattle lifestyle.
Here are the best places in Seattle for gag gifts and other paraphernalia to help you enjoy a hilarious April Fools’ Day.
Find out where to grab the best gyros in the Emerald City. While Seattle has many great spots, we found six of the best spread throughout neighborhoods from north to south.
Seattle is decidedly a seafood town. The number of restaurants offering great mussels easily runs to two or three dozen choices. For this list, we chose two higher-end restaurants and several other modestly priced restaurants spread throughout the city.
Annette Bond has decades of experience advising Seattle women in personal style. Here she describes five popular trends in 2014 that have staying power. Expect these trends to remain fashionable well into the new year and beyond.
Here’s our pick of some of the best bistros in Seattle neighborhoods from north to south, offering comfort foods from every corner of the globe.
During fall and winter, you are guaranteed a delightful meal of seasonal tastes at any of the venerable and well-attended restaurants around Seattle. Take a look at what these restaurants have to offer with their seasonal-infused plates.
It’s easy to come up with a long, long list of recommended sandwich shops in and around Seattle. The following list of five suggestions stays fairly close to downtown Seattle, and focuses on specialty sandwich shops that are highly regarded, but slightly lesser known.
Summertime in Seattle is all about grabbing some sun, on the water or on the deck, with a picnic or at the barbecue grill. To go with great company and delicious food, here are three original cocktail recipes from Audrey Saunders, owner of the Pegu Club in New York City.