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Food & Drink Events

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: October 28—November 3

The week in which: Atrium kitchen hosts two fusion popups, Halloween brings us bashes and brunch, and Book Larder celebrates This Is Camino book release party.

  • By Agazit Afeworki
  • Published 10/28/2015

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Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: May 14–20

This week: A Creole pop-up pops up, and two places to drink rosé and eat oysters are still not enough.

  • By Caroline Ferguson
  • Published 05/13/2014

Moo-ving In

First Look: Ethan Stowell's Red Cow

“We’ll do whatever it takes to make people happy here.”

  • By Chelsea Lin
  • Published 02/10/2014

Action Items

Restaurant Shifts and Shakeups

Rover's bids adieu, new drinking destinations in Fremont and Capitol Hill, and coming-soon cafes from MOHAI and Heavy Restaurant Group.

  • By Danielle Zorn
  • Published 12/14/2012

Shift Change

Michael Gifford Takes Over at How to Cook a Wolf

Ethan Stowell brought back his former Union sous to open Ballard Pizza Company. Now you'll find him up the hill.

  • By Allecia Vermillion
  • Published 12/11/2012

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Nosh Pit Weekly Planner

Cafe Racer's tiki-themed holiday party, a gathering of 45 wineries, and Ryan Weed returns to How to Cook a Wolf...but just for one night.

  • By Danielle Zorn
  • Published 11/26/2012

Action Items

Restaurant Shifts and Shakeups

This week: more details on Joshua Henderson's tavern project, a new spot for cheesesteaks, and a community rallies to save a Rainier Valley restaurant.

  • Published 08/17/2012

Shift Change

A New Chef at How to Cook a Wolf

Jake Martin is no longer in the kitchen at Ethan Stowell's Queen Anne restaurant.

  • By Allecia Vermillion
  • Published 08/10/2012

Shift Change

Portlander Jake Martin New Chef at How to Cook a Wolf

He replaces Matt Fortner, now at Blind Pig Bistro.

  • By Christopher Werner
  • Published 01/05/2012


A Match Made in Ballard

With their new restaurants, Staple and Fancy Mercantile and The Walrus and the Carpenter, Ethan Stowell and Renee Erickson aren’t collaborating so much as symbiotically thriving in the historic Kolstrand building on Ballard Avenue.

  • By Kathryn Robinson
  • Published 09/14/2010
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