Happy Hour

The Week in Happy Hour: a Smorgasbord at the Armory, Brass Tacks

Plus: beers aplenty at Yard House, a Golden Beetle birthday.

02/13/2013 By Christopher Werner

Hopped Up

New from Outlander: Medicinal Beer, an Ale for the Sexually Challenged

Fremont's one-barrel brewery keeps things weird.

02/08/2013 By Christopher Werner

Street Eatin'

What's Next for Mobile Food Rodeo

Founders of the food truck festival are planning an all-new event broader in focus.

01/18/2013 By Christopher Werner

Butterballin'

Seattle's Bakery Boom

A glut of new pastry spots are in the pipeline. Capitol Hill, brace yourself for one buttery New Year.

12/26/2012 By Christopher Werner

10, 9, 8, 7, 6...

New Year's Eve Feasts

Ring in 2013 with oysters on the half shell, muscovy duck, or a molten chocolate torte—and champagne, of course.

12/12/2012 By Seattle Met Staff

Revamps

Il Corvo to Move Into New, Larger Pioneer Square Location

The popular pastaria will close November 30 to prepare for the move.

11/26/2012 By Christopher Werner and Allecia Vermillion

Shift Change

Chris Fletcher Replaces Shannon Galusha at Cal's Classic

Galusha's right-hand man since the Bastille days is now running the show.

11/12/2012 By Allecia Vermillion

Au Revoir

35th Street Bistro Will Close at the End of the Month

The charming French restaurant, open in Fremont since 2004, will make way for Maria Hines's Agrodolce.

11/02/2012 By Christopher Werner

Shift Change

The Whereabouts of Much-Acclaimed Baker Andrew Meltzer

The Columbia City Bakery founder has left his post at Stopsky's. His replacement has quite the colorful baking resume.

10/04/2012 By Allecia Vermillion

Freebies

Happening Right Now: Free Coffee at Marination Ma Kai

The newest Marination outpost is open at last.

10/04/2012 By Christopher Werner

Action Items

Restaurant Shifts and Shakeups

This week: Cal's Classic American comes to South Lake Union, a new biscuit mobile, and Sambar says goodbye.

09/21/2012 By Sabina Cao

Article

Jay Inslee’s Turnaround

Jay Inslee defies initial dismissals that he didn’t have what it took to beat Rob McKenna in the 2012 Washington state governor’s race.

09/19/2012 By Josh Feit

Closings

And So the Farewell to Sambar Begins

Novo Fogo is putting on a Brazilian-themed sendoff to the Ballard bar and its resident barman.

09/17/2012 By Allecia Vermillion

Visual Art

The Frye's New Singing, Dancing, Art-Making Exhibit

Opening October 13, MW [Moment Magnitude] is a "veritable tsunami" of visual art, performance, lectures, and more.

09/11/2012 By Laura Dannen

Imbibing Agenda

The Hideout Brings in a Bunch of Rockstar Bartenders

Mixers from Canon, Vessel, Smith, and more are dropping by throughout September.

09/06/2012 By Christopher Werner

Openings

Construction Nearly Complete at Q Nightclub

Have a peek at the progress.

08/24/2012 By Christopher Werner

Designers on Tour

Video: Rachel Zoe at Downtown Nordstrom

When Rachel Zoe recently visited Nordstrom's flagship store, a throng of fans packed the floor to hear her talk about the fall collection.

08/23/2012 By Laura Cassidy Photography by Lucas Anderson

Outdoor Concert

Just a Few Spots Left for Tonight's Free Bonfire Concert

Hang around a bonfire in Woodinville, drink some beers, and listen to Fruit Bats, Seapony, and Tacocat.

08/17/2012 By Laura Dannen

Openings

Kickin' Boot Whiskey Kitchen Opens This Week

More southern comfort for Ballard.

08/13/2012 By Christopher Werner

Street Eatin'

Mobile Food Fight for Hunger: A Good Cause, Lots of Food Trucks

Skillet, Where Ya at Matt, Off the Rez, and more.

07/31/2012 By Christopher Werner