Want to add a special touch to your holiday entertaining? Learn from some of the best in town at these local cooking classes.
Nearly every American loves pizza at sometime or another. And Seattle has a handle on what it takes to create a great one. Here are four of our absolute favorites.
On Friday, August 12, head to South Lake Union for some fantastic food, fun for the kids, and a movie night for the whole family. And you’l be helping the local community by supporting Fare Start, a culinary job-training program, and Youth Care, helping the homeless with housing and services to help them rebuild a better life.
Head over to South Lake Union’s Bravehorse Tavern, one of Tom Douglas’ newest SLU restaurants for happy hour on Saturday, July 30, and help feed a hungry person in western Washington.
First introduced to the Seattle area in 1982 with 26 Restaurants, the “Bite of Seattle” has grown into one of Seattle’s largest Summer Festivals, with more than 50 of Seattle’s finest Restaurants… 30 Food Product Companies… 5 Beer Gardens… live Entertainment… a Comedy Club… Piano Bar… Wine Tasting… Celebrity Chefs and more at Seattle Center!
In this week’s Dining and Wine section of the New York Times, Seattle’s own Tom Douglas’ special meat and seafood spices are applauded.
Tom Douglas is cooking up something delicious with his Salmon Chanted Evenings. And the money raised will help our own Seattle parks.
Three restaurants at the same address! Tom Douglas does it again, this time focusing his efforts on Paul Allen’s Vulcan Real Estate Development at South Lake Union with cuoco, Brave Horse Tavern and TingMomo.
A lazy weekend morning is best begun with a hearty breakfast. And there are some culinary creations in Seattle that are truly remarkable. Wake up hungry and head to one of these lovely brunch spots around town….