Some of Seattle’s best chefs are offering up inspiring menus from Italy, France and the Mediterranean. Put some spice into your New Year’s Eve and plan to dine out with one of these fixe prix meals!
An Italian Christmas celebration, the Seven Fishes Feast is filled with delicious seafood, and Seattle has some of the country’s best! Here’s where you can celebrate like the Italians do!
Fill up with some of the best brick-oven pizzas Seattle has to offer.
Falafels are a delightful bite of crispy outside, hot and tender inside goodness. Whether they came from Europe or the Middle East, they are a Mediterranean wonder. Usually part of street food in big cities like New York, Seattle has their own spots for falafel goodness. And according to SeattleEater.com, there may be a Tom Douglas falafel restaurant in Seattle this fall.
Seattle tapas (small plates) restaurants are intimate and cozy, but packed full of flavor. Inspired by Spanish, Mexican and Italian culture and food, stop in for happy hour or dinner with friends.
Join Nordstrom, Franco Sarto and Vogue for a Spring Fashion Event this Friday, March 30 from 1:00pm – 3:00pm!
For the first time ever, Tacoma will be celebrating their own Restaurant Week! 25 Tacoma area restaurants will be offering up special $15 three-course lunches and $25 dinner prix-fixe meals. Reservations are recommended. Here are a few of the participating restaurants.
Viva La Romance! Seattle’s most romantic restaurants have come up with tantalizing and sensuous dinners to make your Valentine’s Day sensational. Here are some of our favorite places at every price range.
People eat more food on Super Bowl Sunday than any day of the year, including Thanksgiving. This year, try something new when you host your Super Bowl Party. Pick up a platter from one of these Seattle eateries.
Whether it’s raucous dueling pianos and outrageous fun, or elegant surroundings and quiet jazz, piano bars in the Puget Sound are a great way to let your hair down after a long day at work.