July 2013
Table of Contents
Burgers and hot dogs we love, a lesson in regional barbecue styles, and a road map for sausage lovers.
Features
Thumbnail for - A Primer on the Seattle Mayor’s Race
A primer on the candidates, the issues, and the personalities vying to run the city. Pay attention: There will be a quiz.
Thumbnail for - Seattle Summer Events Guide 2013
Outdoor concerts, movies, festivals, feasts, parties, you name it for every day—and night—of summer, from Fourth of July to Labor Day.
Thumbnail for - The New Sound of Seattle
From lyrical hip-hop to garage R&B, these three acts have what it takes to deliver our distinctly Seattle sound to the world.
May is awards season in the magazine world, and this year Seattle Met earned some stunning recognition.
Here are 15 of our favorite places to experience the glory that is French-fried potatoes.
Il Corvo Pasta and Bar Sajor bring Euro distinction to Seattle’s oldest ’hood.
We asked local butchers—what do you like to put on the ­barbecue?
Dining news dispatches from around the city
Restaurant Info Veggie Grill2681 NE University Village StUniversity Village, 206-523-1961 $$ 446 Terry Ave N, South Lake Union, 206-623-0336; veggiegrill.com Citrus-bright Veggie Grills have been sprouting around town—U Village, South...
How a local man helped a professional golfer bring home his prize Miyazaki Wagyu beef.
Burgers and hot dogs we love, a lesson in regional barbecue styles, and a road map for sausage lovers.
You need a hot dog. We can help.
A dude named Pookey is giving Seattle a barbecue culture.
Jack Timmons went to barbecue camp. Jack Timmons learned to make crazy good brisket.
There’s grilling, and then there’s meat slow-smoked for hours with indirect heat. Not to inspire any fisticuffs or enrage native Southerners, but here are some local outfits that can give you a taste of how they do it in some of the country’s...
From lyrical hip-hop to garage R&B, these three acts have what it takes to deliver our distinctly Seattle sound to the world.
Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.
The three-day convention for Seattleites who love the cartoon My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic starts July 5. We’ll help you decide if you should go.
For what felt like the 17th year in a row, One Reel struggled to raise enough cash for Seattle’s annual fireworks show over Lake Union. In stepped Mayor McGinn—and a few friends.   Published: July 2013
Nothing says “God Bless America” like a little burlesque. This Independence Day weekend cabaret features glittery song-and-dance numbers; a brassy, high-heeled Statue of Liberty; and an appearance by Seattle’s newly named queen of queens, Jinkx...
The UFC’s flyweight champion of the world may only be five-foot-three, but he’s a giant in the octagon.
See: Sir Paul McCartney at Safeco Field. Hear: Star Wars in iambic pentameter.
Outdoor concerts, movies, festivals, feasts, parties, you name it for every day—and night—of summer, from Fourth of July to Labor Day.
Co-op office mates from Pioneer Square point to their summer favorites.
Our favorite local goodies, gear, and gadgets
A conversation with Filson creative manager and shop owner Anne Smith.
Venture into the fruit stands, restaurants, and farms serving the real gems of the Eastern Washington harvest.
It’s not quite as pedestrian as you think.
A guide to who's getting and spending in the Seattle mayor's race.
But the need for change to the department’s culture will start beneath the skin.
The cutting-edge treatment facility opened this spring and promises a more precise approach to zapping cancer cells.
Can Mark Kleiman thwart the rise of Big Cannabis?
A primer on the candidates, the issues, and the personalities vying to run the city. Pay attention: There will be a quiz.
Washington’s laid-back beer industry finds its political voice with a rally in Olympia.
Click here to download the full pdf!   Published: July 2013
Erin and Bob Christie got the beach house of their dreams when they built one in their Magnolia backyard.