What I Ate Last Night

Dahlia Report

I was surprised

03/11/2009 By Kathryn Robinson


Cajun Food Comes to…the International District?

Yeah, I went to Crawfish King

03/10/2009 By Kathryn Robinson


March of the Crab

Yumfest at the Waterfront

03/09/2009 By Seattle Met Staff

Behind the bar

Five Questions for the Bartender: Anna Wallace

Linda Derschang’s lead bartender talks Pike Place Market, squid ink, and burning hair.


Booze News

This Week in Drinking

Free Flamenco on Capitol Hill, new cocktail focused cantina on Union, and the Washington Post’s third annual suds smackdown.


Sustainability, dude

Restaurants Getting Greener

And not just for St. Patrick’s Day

03/06/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

Drink of the Week

Drink of the Week: the Presbyterian at Tini Bigs

It’s American history in a highball glass.


Behind the bar

Five Questions for the Bartender: Patric Gabre-Kidan

Two weeks after the opening of new Cap Hill seafood spot Anchovies and Olives, Ethan Stowell’s partner-in-pasta talks Seattle sunsets and Italian lique...


Drinkin', eatin'

A Little Food with your Wine?

Wine dinners galore

03/05/2009 By Seattle Met Staff

Booze News

A Cocktail that Celebrates…Your Notice of Termination

The Pink Door "goes there" with a new drink called the Pink Slip.


Happy Hour

Happy Hour of the Week: Kushibar

Skewers and hot sake at a new Belltown bar that’s both recession friendly and stylish.


So delish

Fave Mom ‘n’ Pops

The little gems that quietly rock our world

03/04/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

Department of Sushi and Crudo

A Tale of Two New Restaurants

Gotta love anyone with the spine to open in these times

03/03/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

Now on a Newstand Near You

Is this a Controversial Opinion?

My March review of El Gaucho leaves many flummoxed

03/02/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

Oeno Files

Cheap Wine for Weeknights: Half-price Bottle Nights

Where to go on which nights for deeply discounted bottles.


Happy Hour

Happy Hour at the Sorrento Hotel

The Hunt Club is hungry for young blood…and it’s offering rides.


Happy Hours

Happy Hour of the Week: Boat Street Cafe

Classy little snacks (mini hangar steak, goat cheese with pickled figs) in one of Seattle’s most charming restaurant spaces. Have we found the perfect ...


Recession Schmecession

Is It My Imagination, Or Are Restaurants Still Crowded?

Okay, this is weird

02/27/2009 By Kathryn Robinson