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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

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People Who Need Purple

Downtown’s newest hot spot delivers what the people want to eat.

11/07/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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Mona’s Makeover

If a restaurant could express the soul of a city, Washington, DC, would be a chophouse for deal makers; New York City a four-alarm ethnic mom ’n’ pop. Seattle? I’ll vote neighborhood bistro, effortlessly swanky and crammed with regulars, where food and dr

11/05/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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Foodie Studio

The daily innovations of Sitka & Spruce.

11/02/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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Toastest With the Mostest

Man, I love eating out in this town. Surprises happen here every day. A known restaurant graveyard will suddenly yield a winner. A competitive local press will sniff out the most dazzling independents. A flourishing restaurant scene consistently incubates

11/01/2008 By Kathryn Robinson

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Fight to the Finish

One of Washington's master oenophiles puts local wines to the taste test.

01/01/2008 By Lia Steakley Dicker

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Formality Check

Portage brings classic Continental fare to Queen Anne Hill.


12/02/2006 By Kathryn Robinson

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World’s Fare

26 Ways to Think Globally, Eat Locally

05/09/2006 By Kathryn Robinson With Eric Scigliano, Nate Lippens, and Bridget Budhill