Hot Breakfast Spots

Hot Breakfast Spots <p>Find 50 ways to rise and shine and start your day at the hottest breakfast spots in town&mdash;get the lowdown on the best cinnamon rolls, scones, huevos, and waffles. Plus: British novelist Nick Hornby feels perhaps too at home in Seattle; the story of an amateur environmentalist who fought to save an urban salmon stream and came up against Seattle&rsquo;s green mayor; Seattle Symphony&rsquo;s principal cellist puts a classical spin on Radiohead&rsquo;s rock at Town Hall; and winter fashions to keep you warm and, of course, stylish.</p>

In this issue:

Arts & Culture

Article

String Theory

Classical cellist Joshua Roman expands his musical universe with Radiohead, world travel, and an unshakeable belief in his own potential.

04/17/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Eat & Drink

Article

The Barons of Breakfast

A chat with Seattle’s reigning maestros of the morning meal, Jeremy Hardy and Peter Levy, co-impresarios of Chow Foods.

06/16/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

Article

Top O' the Morning

50 ways to rise and shine and start the day right at the best breakfast restaurants in Seattle.

06/16/2009 With Steve Wiecking, James Ross Gardner, Stefan Durham, Wilson Diehl, Naomi Zeitlin, and Carolyn McConnell Edited by Kathryn Robinson

CRUSH

Fight to the Finish

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

01/01/2008 By Lia Steakley Dicker

Editor's Note

EDITOR'S NOTE

A Note from the Editor

The Eggs and I

01/01/2008 By Katherine Koberg

Home & Real Estate

NEIGHBORHOODS

Squeeze Play

High prices and odd lot sizes aren't dampening infill housing growth

01/01/2008 By Ashley Griffin

Inbox

INBOX

Mail from the Metro

Letters to Seattle Met

01/01/2008

News & City Life

SEATOWN DIARY

Why Did the Rooster Cross the Road?

Nobody knows for sure, but for a few months he blessed a West Seattle neighborhood with his presence.

01/01/2008 By Suky Hutton

Style & Shopping

CORNERSHOP

Gray Matters

Chase away the postholiday winter blahs in the Center of the Universe

01/01/2008 By Melissa O'Hearn