Seattle isn’t known for it’s Mexican fare, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a marvelous Mexican meal in town. If taco trucks are your thing, go for it! But when you are ready to sit down and relax, check out these locales for a wide array of tastes from south of the border. It doesn’t matter if you are craving a torta, tacos, enchiladas, carne asada or a breakfast burrito — these places have got you covered.
There is never a bad time for a frozen treat but summer in Seattle definitely brings out the cravings for ice cream. A decade ago in Seattle you would have had a tough time finding a locally made scoop but times have changed and now we have local scoop shops from one end of town to the other–lucky us!
A decade ago you’d be hard pressed to find even a handful of restaurants serving great Italian fare in Seattle but that has all changed. Now you can find great Italian bites from one end of the city to the other ranging from meatball sandwiches and pizza pies to elegant multi-course tasting menus with wine pairings.
This sweet and savory delicacy has been going strong since it popped up in trendy restaurants in Harlem in the 1930s and at Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles in Los Angeles in the 1970s. Lucky for you, you don’t have to travel to NY or LA to enjoy this famed comfort food because we’ve got four great picks for you in Seattle.
Spring is upon us but in the Pacific Northwest there is still a chill in the air that makes us crave comfort food. Nothing is more representative of comfort food than gooey cheese nestled inside crisp warm toast. Grilled cheese is here to stay. In Seattle the basic grilled cheese of yore has been usurped by elaborate grilled cheese menus that offer up a myriad of variations and combinations of breads, spreads and unexpected extras like caramelized onions. Now some of the best grilled cheese in the city are coming off mobile trucks which means you have an even greater chance of catching up with one of these cheesy winners.
A shared meal is at the heart of any Passover celebration as the Passover Seder commemorates the ancient Israelites flight from slavery in Egypt. Various dishes represent Passover events, and while dessert isn’t a symbolic course, no Seder or Passover celebration is complete without it. “Room can always be found in one’s stomach for sweet things,” says the Talmud — especially during Passover.
If you plan on heading out to celebrate the ‘comeback’ after all of the colored eggs have been found, here are four can’t-miss Easter restaurants to enjoy the festivities.
Don’t save these places for just special occasions or Valentine’s Day, visit them early and often to continually treat yourself to a great romantic meal.
Hard working farmers and entrepreneurs have started delivering farm-fresh products if not right to our front doors, at least to our neighborhoods. Here are some of the top farm-fresh purveyors around Seattle.
These restaurants openings stood out to make it to the top of our list of best new restaurants. So grab your coat and let’s go!