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Green Groundbreaker

The Northwest Net Zero House, built by Thomas Jacobson Construction, is the ultimate self-sustaining structure.

03/16/2011 By Judy Naegeli

High Schools 2010

Grading Our High Schools

A guide to secondary education in King County, including student demographics and standardized test scores.

11/10/2010 By Judy Naegeli, Alexandra Notman, Clancey Denis, and Mary Pritchard

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: The Locavore

The Herbfarm, Emmer and Rye, Volunteer Park Café, The Corson Building, Le Gourmand, Café Juanita, Sitka and Spruce, Tilth, Nettletown, Trellis, and Poppy: temples of the local, seasonal movement.

10/22/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: The Morning Meal

Dinner houses—Tilikum Place Cafe, Spring Hill, Dahlia Lounge, Monsoon, the Bellevue Wild Ginger, MistralKitchen, June, Emmer and Rye, Nettletown—and even wine bars like Verve and tapas bars like Harvest Vine, leap into the brunch game. Weekday

10/21/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: Molecular Gastronomy

Spur Gastropub, Spring Hill, Crush, Canlis, and MistralKitchen experiment with the science of food.

10/20/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: The Sidekick

Meet the restaurant offshoot: Cicchetti, Sambar, Licorous, On the Fly, Seatown Snack Bar To Go, and Elemental Next Door.

10/19/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: Tarts and Sours

Chefs such as Renee Erickson of Boat Street Café and The Walrus and the Carpenter and Matt Dillon of Sitka and Spruce and The Corson Building, plus restaurants like Joule, Nettletown, and Anchovies and Olives, have begun to tart up dishes.

10/19/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: The Upscale Downmarket

Seatown Snack Bar, Joule, Spring Hill, The Dahlia Lounge, Serious Pie, Quinn’s, and Homegrown are messing with old assumptions about what belongs in fine dining rooms and what belongs in diners.

10/13/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: Chef’s Choice

At Spinasse, Sushi Kappo Tamura, Elemental, Art of the Table, Sutra, MistralKitchen, and Staple and Fancy, what’s for dinner is what the chef’s cooking.

10/13/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: The Small Platerie

Lark, Licorous, Harvest Vine, Tilth, and Bisato boost the appeal of a movement that’s clearly here to stay: small-plate dining

10/13/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

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Best Restaurants 2010

60 restaurants that are changing the way we eat.

10/12/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: Nose to Tail

Organs, intestines, and extremities—the whole animal is fair game at June, Le Gourmand, The Herbfarm, Staple and Fancy, Quinn’s, Re:public, and Sitka and Spruce.

10/12/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: The Unfussy French

Luc, Café Campagne, Le Pichet, Café Presse, Bastille Café and Bar, and Toulouse Petit give rise to the unfussy French restaurant.

10/12/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: The New South Lake Union

Flying Fish, MistralKitchen, Tutta Bella Pizzeria, and Re:Public get cozy in South Lake Union.

10/12/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Best Restaurants 2010

Best Restaurants: The Roving Restaurant

Where Ya at Matt, Skillet Street Food, Marination Mobile, Maximus/Minimus, and Veraci redefine the restaurant model.

10/12/2010 By Kathryn Robinson With Judy Naegeli

Food Finds

Taste of the Town: David Schomer

The Vivace guy is one heck of a cycler.

09/24/2010 By Judy Naegeli

Food Finds

Taste of the Town: Corky Luster

The Ballard Bee guy loves him some doughnuts and prosciutto (but not at the same time).

09/09/2010 By Judy Naegeli

Magnolia moments

Smooth Jams: Canning Class at Dish It Up!

Amy Pennington preserves everything—everything except our fear of botulism, that is.

09/02/2010 By Judy Naegeli

Food Finds

Taste of the Town: Katherine Anderson

Between jaunts to her Snoqualmie farm, the Marigold and Mint owner fills us in on her favorite foods.

09/02/2010 By Judy Naegeli

Supper Club

Feast of the Week: June

Catch the Madrona restaurant’s four-course repast five nights a week.

08/31/2010 By Judy Naegeli