Art Walk

June First Thursday Planner

Five exhibits to see in Pioneer Square this month.

06/07/2018 By Stefan Milne

Caffeine Compilation

7 Coffee Shops That Take Cold Brew to a New Level

Plain old cold brew is so last year. Make way for the drink's new pals: tonic water, hops, and cannabis.

08/14/2017 By Jaime Archer

Day Trips

A Full Day in Port Townsend

Washington state’s quaint Victorian seaport is less than two hours from Seattle—and that includes the lazy ferry ride.

09/19/2016 By Allison Williams

Ingredients in Focus

Season Peak: Eggplant Escabeche with Charred Eggplant Puree and Yogurt at Sitka & Spruce

Chef Logan Cox creates an ode to the humble eggplant.

09/14/2016 By Stefan Milne

Johnny Applesloshed

Washington Cider Week Is Upon Us

An examination of why cider has become such a big deal...and how to navigate that sprawling lineup of events.

09/07/2016 By Stefan Milne

Opening Dispatch

This Is Real: Bar Harbor Opens Today in South Lake Union

Maine native Ben Hodgetts brings lobster rolls, a beer shack, and an oyster bar to Fairview Avenue.

09/06/2016 By Rosin Saez

Sponsored Content

Poetry on Buses: Attend a Workshop. Write a Poem.

Poetry on Buses is a long running public art program—putting poems on your transit ride instead of advertising. Our mission is to make your bus or light rail ride inspiring. This year it’s back with a new theme: Your Body of Water

09/01/2016

Art Walk

Where to Go This First Thursday: September 2016

This month, Pioneer Square plays host faux wooden bodies, a killer group show, and horses.

08/31/2016 By Seth Sommerfeld

Market Forces

Uwajimaya Is Opening a Boutique Market in South Lake Union

It's called Kai Market, and it's a brand new concept for Seattle's much-loved Asian grocer.

08/30/2016 By Allecia Vermillion

Morning Fizz

Mayor Murray Holds First Reelection Campaign Fundraiser

With five council members endorsing already, Murray raises $25,000.

08/24/2016 By Josh Feit

Profile

The Dark Roast: Mike McConnell and the Rise of Caffe Vita

Michael McConnell dropped out of school in the 10th grade. That didn’t stop him from creating Caffe Vita into one of the largest independent coffee companies in the country. A few things happened along the way.

08/23/2016 By Allecia Vermillion

Sponsored Content

IDS Vancouver, the Pacific Platform for all Things Design, Is Celebrating Its 12th Anniversary

IDS Vancouver welcomes individual designers, artists, makers and design-centric brands who have come together to showcase their current works, concepts and products, and is expected to draw 36,000 attendees this year.

08/22/2016

Open Letter

An Open Letter to Those in Need of Affordable Housing in Seattle

I'm just worried about my exquisite view.

08/22/2016

Duck and Cover

Will We Ever Tolerate the Ducks Again?

It's been a year since the fatal Aurora Bridge crash. Is there hope for Seattle’s iconic tourist ride to ever rise again?

08/22/2016 By Matthew Halverson

Critic's Notebook

Why Matt Dillon Didn’t Bring a Vitamix to Upper Bar Ferdinand

“I’m overwhelmed by the direction the world is going.”

08/04/2016 By Kathryn Robinson

Review

Upper Bar Ferdinand Defies Expectations In The Best Possible Way

A hit of New York, by way of a Northwest meadow, Matt Dillon’s Chophouse Row wine bar actually highlights Japanese seafood.

08/03/2016 By Kathryn Robinson

Moo-ving In

First Look: Ethan Stowell's Red Cow

“We’ll do whatever it takes to make people happy here.”

02/10/2014 By Chelsea Lin

Ay, Caramba

5 Reasons to Get Excited About Nacho Borracho

Frozen drinks and homemade queso. Those are good enough reasons, right?

02/07/2014 By Chelsea Lin

Hunger Games

5 Russian Restaurants to Eat Like You're in Sochi

The Olympics start today. Here's where to dine like the athletes.

02/06/2014 By Chelsea Lin