Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: March 15–21

The week in which: French food and Washington wines converge at L'Oursin, Trove hosts a meaty popup dinner, and Marine Hardware turns 1.

03/15/2017 By Rosin Saez

Bars on Bars on Bars

Pintxo Relocates and Owners Will Open 2 New Sibling Bars

Belltown, say hello to Bar Abajo and Commonwealth.

03/13/2017 By Rosin Saez

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ACT Launches New Accessibility Technology with Tribes

ACT is proud to announce that they will begin their 2017 season using the Figaro MobiTxt® Closed Captioning System for audience members who are Deaf/ Hard of Hearing (HH).

03/07/2017

Sadness

Tini Bigs and Hula Hula Will Close March 18

But Hula Hula's tiki-themed cocktails and karaoke will live on in a new location.

03/07/2017 By Jane Kidder

Democracy in Action

And the Next Dick's Drive-In Location Is...

The burger chain is conducting an online poll to decide where to plant its seventh outpost.

03/07/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

Retail Wire

2 Shops Are Expanding in Seattle

Aesop will open a second location on Capitol Hill, as will Club Monaco in Downtown.

03/07/2017 By Rosin Saez

The Sporting Life

Don't Miss Your Last Chance to See UW's Kelsey Plum

The NCAA's all-time leading scorer looks to cement her legacy by leading the Huskies to a Pac-12 Tournament title at KeyArena.

03/02/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

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The Best Places to Drink Wine in Seattle

We’ve picked the top 10 spots to enjoy a glass (or bottle) of Washington wine.

03/02/2017

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: March 2017

Ali Wong offers a comedic edge, Japandroids returns to rock, and Kelsey Plum leads the Huskies into the Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Tournament.

02/27/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Five Ways

Northwest Festival Forecast: March

Hey, it's spring! Almost! We've got seafood to eat and bird-watching to do.

02/24/2017 By Jack Russillo

Critic's Notebook

Popup of Our Dreams: Kamonegi x Chan

In which the Japanese chef adds the Korean, the Korean chef adds the Japanese…and dungeness crab chawanmushi with chogochujang happens.

02/23/2017 By Kathryn Robinson

News

Mayor Murray to Seattle: We Are on Our Own

State of the City address pits Seattle against Trump, steps up homelessness efforts, proposes new taxes.

02/22/2017 By Rianna Hidalgo

Siren Song

Seattle's Evolution Fresh Stores Will Close This Spring

Farewell simmer bowls and avocado smoothies: These were the last two locations of Starbucks' juice bar concept.

02/22/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

Upcoming Events

Spring Arts 2017: Modern Pop, High Art

Mainstream pop culture is taking over everything—including local arts—resulting in a season of spectacle and thought-provoking genre blends.

02/21/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

News

Syria to Seattle in the Age of Trump

As we wait for Trump’s updated travel ban executive order, a Syrian American shares what the last one meant for her family.

02/21/2017 By Rianna Hidalgo

Travel

Cuba and Seattle Just Got a Lot Closer

Vintage cars, Caribbean breezes, the famed Hemingway mojito: now just a flight away on Alaska Airlines. But Cuba is more complicated than that.

02/20/2017 By Allison Williams and Alison Klein

Explainer

There Are So Many Construction Cranes in Seattle Right Now

Like flags planted in the name of vertical expansion, the dozens of cranes towering over downtown Seattle are a reminder that the city is in the midst of a development boom. Let’s get acquainted with these spindly tools of progress.

02/20/2017 By Cassandra Calderon

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5 Washington Wines for Everyday Situations

We’ve picked the best Washington wines for life’s momentous (and not-so-momentous) occasions.

02/20/2017

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: February 20–26

The Mountain Goats' John Darnielle delivers another gripping novel, Cinerama screens all of the year's Best Picture nominees, and Pickwick headlines a loaded ACLU benefit show lineup.

02/20/2017 By Jane Kidder Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Neighborhoods

How Long Will It Take to Make Greenwood Whole Again?

One year after a natural gas explosion ripped through the neighborhood’s heart, its businesses struggle to recover.

02/20/2017 By Matthew Halverson