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Midday Meal

Seattle Ultimate Lunch Guide

What are you having for lunch? It’s all here. Go eat it up.

03/01/2014

Top Stories

Seattle Ultimate Lunch Guide

25 Drop-Dead Extraordinary Sandwiches

The best things between two (or three or four) slices of bread in Seattle.

03/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Health

The End of the Nightmare

When a local VA doctor discovered that a decades-old generic drug relieves the traumatic nightmares of PTSD, it took 20 years and thousands of sleepless nights to gain acceptance.

03/01/2014 By Ann Hedreen

Culture Calendar

Spring Arts 2014: 25 Hot Tickets

A preview of can't miss events coming to Seattle in spring 2014.

03/01/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Habitat

Design High in Downtown Seattle

Designer Nancy Burfiend feathers a downtown condo for a pair of empty nesters.

02/21/2014 By Angela Cabotaje

Table of Contents

Arts & Culture

On The Town

Clothed in Betrayal

The Suit manages moments of whimsy and an emotional punch.

03/01/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Culture Calendar

Spring Arts 2014: 25 Hot Tickets

A preview of can't miss events coming to Seattle in spring 2014.

03/01/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Annotated Space

Seattle Is Infamous in PlayStation 4’s New Hit Game

Take an in-depth look at how Bellevue’s Sucker Punch Productions made the Emerald City the star of Infamous: Second Son.

03/01/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: March 2014

NWFF gets political, Pacific Science Center goes undercover, and B. B. King lets the good times roll.

02/27/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Eat & Drink

Dining Out

Ooh La La, Loulay

Thierry Rautureau, aka the Chef in the Hat, serves up a cosmopolitan French treasure in the heart of Downtown Seattle.

03/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Midnight Snack

Critic's Picks: Open Late

Nineteen Seattle eateries where you can get your nocturnal nosh on—all open until at least midnight on the weekends.

03/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Seattle Ultimate Lunch Guide

25 Drop-Dead Extraordinary Sandwiches

The best things between two (or three or four) slices of bread in Seattle.

03/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Ultimate Lunch Guide

The Working Stiff's Guide to Lunch in the City

Over 90 of the best diners, delis, and joints for mid-day meals, deals, and steals amid the high-rise canyons.

03/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Midday Meal

Seattle Ultimate Lunch Guide

What are you having for lunch? It’s all here. Go eat it up.

03/01/2014

Seattle Ultimate Lunch Guide

7 Seattle Power Lunch Picks

The big deals go better when you can order reliably great food, get sophisticated service, and hear your guests talk.

03/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Editor's Note

Editor's Note

Art Appreciation

Giving thanks to the people who make Seattle Met a work of art.

03/01/2014 By Katherine Koberg

Health & Wellness

Health

The End of the Nightmare

When a local VA doctor discovered that a decades-old generic drug relieves the traumatic nightmares of PTSD, it took 20 years and thousands of sleepless nights to gain acceptance.

03/01/2014 By Ann Hedreen

Home & Real Estate

Habitat

Design High in Downtown Seattle

Designer Nancy Burfiend feathers a downtown condo for a pair of empty nesters.

02/21/2014 By Angela Cabotaje

Inbox

Inbox

Letters to Seattle Met March 2014

Richard Sherman, Those Other Championship Titles, and a Gun Guy’s Gun Comment

03/01/2014

News & City Life

Rainmakers

Glazer’s Camera Is Focused on the Future

As it prepares for a major two-year renovation, the 79-year-old photography store is prepping for a rebirth.

03/01/2014 By Sam Machkovech

Mudroom

Perfect Party March 2014

Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.

03/01/2014

News in a Minute

One Sentence Stories

A (really) brief recap of the news you might have missed.

03/01/2014 By Jeremy Novak

Music

Will Mia Zapata Be Remembered for Something Other Than Her Death?

A forthcoming TV show about the singer’s murder dredges up bad memories without acknowledging the good ones.

03/01/2014 By Matthew Halverson

Quote Unquote

Rex Hohlbein Has Designs on Ending Homelessness

The architect is closing his Fremont firm to educate “homed” people on the plight of Seattle’s homeless and bring much-needed empathy to the equation.

03/01/2014 By Matthew Halverson

Back Fence

Seattle Buzzkill

Six things Seattleites should stop talking about.

03/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Urban Upgrade

Dow Constantine Will Save Metro If the Legislature Won’t

The King County executive is going it alone. Call it tactical localism.

02/25/2014 By Josh Feit

Power Lines

Mike O’Brien Rising

Mike O’Brien, the longtime ally of former mayor Mike McGinn, is poised to set his own course on the Seattle City Council.

02/24/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

Reel World

How to Write an Oscar-Nominated Screenplay

Whidbey Island's Bob Nelson wrote the Oscar nominated film Nebraska—and he has only his time on Seattle’s Almost Live! to blame.

02/24/2014 By James Ross Gardner

Style & Shopping

Most Wanted

Seattle Designer Suk Chai Takes Off

Former Nordstrom designer Suk Chai strikes out on her own with Schai, a beautiful locally designed womenswear line that might put all of us on a few more fashion maps.

02/21/2014 By Laura Cassidy

Travel & Outdoors

NW Travel Dispatch

Spring 2014 Travel News

Where you'll want to go this spring, and what's happening there.

03/01/2014 By Allison Williams