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Frank’s, My Dear

Sarah and Felix Penn pay homage to dear old granddad in Ravenna’s retro steakhouse.

03/16/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Swanky Days are Here Again

Or, at El Gaucho’s new Eastside steakhouse maybe they never left.

01/14/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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But Is It Art?

Minimalism goes to radical extremes at the Four Seasons.

01/13/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Tokyo R Us

Kushibar brings Japanese street food to Belltown.

01/12/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Italian Soul Food

Handmade Piedmontese pasta is heaven on 14th Avenue.

01/11/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Third Time’s a Charmer

Now in yet another incarnation, Seattle’s most beautiful restaurant goes Spanish.

01/10/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Because It’s Tasty

Spring Hill elevates food to an art—and a science.

01/09/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Crashing Corson

Tuscany meets Georgetown in a little farm with big flavors.

01/08/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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A Star is Reborn

Who needs paparazzi when the calamari is this good?

01/07/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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The Never-Ending Txori

The space is small, the plates are tiny, and the experience 
is the full-meal deal.

01/06/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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High Steaks

What’s a nice grille doing in a place like this?

01/06/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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How to Name a Restaurant

At How to Cook a Wolf, Ethan Stowell delivers simple plates, simply.

01/05/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Spark, Pickle, Toss. Repeat.

Wallingford’s Joule dares diners to travel the world without a map.

01/04/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Hotel California

Farm-fresh feasts heat up the new restaurant at the Heathman Hotel in Kirkland.

01/03/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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Paris on 12th Avenue

French restaurant Café Presse is a haven of authentic café society flourishing on Capitol Hill.

12/09/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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Not So Ugly Betty

Queen Anne restaurant Betty offers simple modern decor and steak frites to die for.

12/08/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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By the Dock of the Bay

Sixty years ago along the docks of Shilshole Bay, Ray Lichtenberger began selling coffee out of his bait shop and boat-rental outfit. Into the sky he raised a huge red neon sign, flashing RAY’S, and through the 1950s and ’60s that sign came to represent a

12/06/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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Surrogate Hangout

The Volunteer Park Cafe fills in where a long-gone Capitol Hill favorite left off.

12/04/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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Urban Pasta Party

At Belltown’s newest hot spot, Tavolata, the chef is working out the twists in the strozzapretti.

12/03/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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Color Me Organic

Culinary whiz Maria Hines gives "down-to-earth" new meaning at Tilth, her organic stunner in Wallingford.

12/01/2008