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.
Want to get your New Year started with the most important meal of the day? A fabulous brunch, with all your comfort food favorites, is waiting for you on New Year’s Day, 2013!
Gather your friends and family around an elegant table on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day for a lovely and relaxing meal. Many prix fixe dinners are available at some of Puget Sound’s most desired restaurants.
If Harvest Time makes you think of a good old fashioned grog, or other specialty drink to take the chill out of the air, we’ve got some places (and cocktails) for you to try!
Dad deserves a day away from the grill and a meal served up just the way he likes it. Try one of these great Seattle area locations for brunch, lunch or happy hour on Father’s Day.
Looking for organic, local, sustainable and seasonal cuisine in Seattle? Whether it’s to celebrate Earth Day, or any day, these local restaurants keep their carbon footprint small, and their menus delicious.
What’s for your Easter dinner? How about reservations? These Seattle restaurants are promising delicious options for your holiday meal. And many are participating in Seattle Restaurant Week’s $28 for 3-course specials, too!
They believe in real food, natural flavors. They believe in hands of local farmers. Local 360, a sustainable café and food producer, emphasizes on local sourcing, with the majority of it falling within a 360 mile […]