Not only do we in Seattle know a good sandwich, our lunch time staples are getting the attention of folks around the nation, too. Here are some of our favorite local sandwiches.
Being a vegetarian is something to celebrate. Vegfest 2012 is a place to eat, learn and have some fun with vegetarianism.
If it’s midnight and you’re just starting to think about dinner, you’re in luck. Seattle is filled with hopping late night spots that will satisfy your appetite regardless of the hour.
Nothing says “I love you” like a romantic, home-cooked dinner. Create a special meal for that special someone this Valentine’s Day.
Vulcan Real Estate’s SLU campus celebrated a banner year in 2011, opening commercial and retail space around the south end of Lake Union, and their plans are to continue to expand into 2013. Starting out 2012, three new eateries have opened in SLU, bringing more options for you at breakfast and lunch.
Family coming into town for the holidays? Want to sit down to a relaxing, festive meal? Whatever the reason, beautifully appointed and deliciously appealing, Seattle restaurants have you covered for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinner.
TOWER CITY, ND (CBS Seattle) – A charged sex offender attempted to escape custody during his transport back to Washington because of a lack of vegetarian food provided for him during his trip. Joseph Megna, […]
“No soup for you!” is something you’ll never hear at these great restaurants. Now that the weather’s changing, sipping a hearty, delightful soup is just the ticket. Here are some of our favorites:
Creamy, cozy, comfort food. Every now and then, a plate of mac ‘n cheese looks warm and inviting. Even to us grown-ups. Here are some of our favorite spots for that homemade dish.
When you think of Ethiopian food, you think of spices. Mainly vegetable and meat dishes, usually in the form of wat, which is a thick stew, and injera, a large sourdough flatbread. The stew is made with spicy peppers and meat or fish, or a variety of vegetables. The dishes are served family-style, and using utensils is optional, which kids love. Dip the injera into the hearty stews and sauces, and enjoy.