Critic's Notebook

Specialty of Each Ethan Stowell Restaurant, Part 2

Wherein Ethan Stowell dishes on dishes.

08/29/2016 By Kathryn Robinson

Philanthropic Dining

The Pink Door Is Donating Sales from Pasta to Earthquake Relief in Italy

Head to Pike Place Market for a plate of bucatini all’amatriciana today through September 15.

08/26/2016 By Rosin Saez

Raising the Bar

Smith Tower’s Speakeasy-Inspired Bar Opens Today

A tongue-in-cheek bar named Temperance has booze aplenty.

08/25/2016 By Rosin Saez

Meat Matters

Gyu-Kaku Coming to Bellevue in January

GIY (grill it yourself) the Japanese BBQ chain's first Washington location.

08/25/2016 By Stefan Milne

Critic's Notebook

Pssst: Here’s the Specialty of Each Ethan Stowell Restaurant

From none other than Ethan Stowell.

08/25/2016 By Kathryn Robinson

So Fresh

Oh Hey—Russell Wilson Is Bringing an East Coast Juice Company to Seattle

Come next year you can drink fresh pressed juice like a Super Bowl champion.

08/24/2016 By Rosin Saez

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: August 24–30

The week in which: we've reached peak boozy brunch with Bacon, Eggs, and Kegs, plus Little Saigon celebrates the Vietnamese iced coffee.

08/24/2016 By Rosin Saez


10 Great Seattle Coffee Shops That Roast Their Own Beans

Some even provide the coffee you like so much at other cafes around town.

08/23/2016 By Darren Davis


How a Bean Becomes a Latte

This is coffee’s typical journey to your cup.

08/23/2016 By Darren Davis


All Coffee Is Global Coffee

Laila Willbur, the 2014 United States Barista Champion and Director of Coffee for Cherry Street, on women in her industry and why every cup is an opportunity to tell an international story.

08/23/2016 By Darren Davis

Caffeinate Yourself

12 Great Neighborhood Coffee Shops

Because the best coffee shop is the one closest to you.

08/23/2016 By Darren Davis and Allecia Vermillion


The Power of Coffee Flour

One person’s waste product is another person’s source of endless economic and culinary potential.

08/23/2016 By Allecia Vermillion


Is Fair Trade Really Fair?

Bellingham-based importer Edwin Martinez knows the coffee business, from the most remote grower in Guatemala to the man-bunned barista on Capitol Hill—and he thinks globally averaged profit sharing hurts the industry.

08/23/2016 By Darren Davis


The Joy of Jebena

Solomon Dubie’s former Rainier Valley convenience store is now Cafe Avole, a hub for Ethiopian coffee culture.

08/23/2016 By Darren Davis


Cold Brew: A Postmortem

You can, after all, love something to death.

08/23/2016 By Darren Davis


A Basic Guide to Coffee Brewing

Though brew methods vary drastically, they all function under the same principle: Add water to dry coffee for a period of time and then separate.

08/23/2016 By Darren Davis


The Dark Roast: Mike McConnell and the Rise of Caffe Vita

Michael McConnell dropped out of school in the 10th grade. That didn’t stop him from creating Caffe Vita into one of the largest independent coffee companies in the country. A few things happened along the way.

08/23/2016 By Allecia Vermillion

Opening Dispatch

Anchorhead Coffee Is Opening Its First Cafe Downtown

Cinnamon roll waffles, plus four taps dedicated to cold brew alone.

08/23/2016 By Rosin Saez