Deputy Art Director

Sara D’Eugenio lived in Virginia, New York, and Georgia before settling in Seattle. Over her five-year professional career, she’s been a project-based photographer for the U.S. Departments of Congress and Finance and for Travel Channel’s Man vs. Food. She has also been a designer and retoucher at Conde Nast’s Self and art director for a coastal Georgia magazine.

Two highlights of her career so far were learning how to create iPad magazines from the staff at Wired and working with photographer Dan Winters.

At Seattle Met she designs features and various departments, including Mudroom and Dining Out. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her cats and photographing food.

Countdown to Cowabunga

Cowabunga Approaches with Some Serious Seattle Talent in Tow

We are exactly five days away from Seattle's meat fest. Are you ready?

11/03/2017 By Nosh Pit Staff

Status Update

So Many New Places Are Opening in the Lincoln Square Expansion

From chicken bao to burgers to a Taylor Shellfish oyster bar—here's what's happening in Bellevue.

10/31/2017 By Rosin Saez

Expansion Mode

Coming In December: A New Great State Burger on Third Ave

Josh Henderson's chainlet will soon include a walkup window on the corner of Third and Spring Street downtown.

09/29/2017 By Rosin Saez

Fun With Listicles

8 Finger-Licking-Good Spots for Fried Chicken

Crispy. Crunchy. Essential.

09/15/2017 By Rosin Saez

Behind Bars

Industry Haunts: 4 Bartenders Pick Their Favorite Bars

Ever wonder where Seattle bartenders like to drink when they're off the clock?

08/15/2017 By Stefan Milne

Steakation (All I Ever Wanted)

No Big Deal, Just a 3-Day Festival Dedicated to Beef

And yes, it's called Cowabunga.

08/10/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

Restaurant Review

Review: Copal, the Beautiful, Wood-Fired Taqueria In Bar Sajor's Old Space

It's the year's most savvy switch-up.

07/11/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

Meaty Sorrow

Oh, No—Dot's Butcher and Deli Is Closing

The Pike Place Market sandwich destination won't renew its lease.

05/09/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

Welcome Back

The Remodeled Pink Door Open Again for Business

Did absence make the heart grow fonder or what?

05/08/2017 By Kathryn Robinson

Critic's Notebook

Seattle’s Most Colorful Restaurants

We’ve got plenty of neutrals, tons of industrial, and—thank you, Renee Erickson—every shade of white. Which restaurants bring the color?

04/27/2017 By Kathryn Robinson

Best of the City

Seattle's James Beard–Winning Restaurants

On May 1, the James Beard Foundation will announce the latest winners of America’s most prestigious culinary awards. Until then, you can dine your way through our region’s past honorees.

03/22/2017 By Seattle Met Staff

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: February 22–28

The week in which: there's a meatball contest at Charles Smith Wines, Brouwer's helps you harden your liver with barleywine, and Mean Sandwich throws a mean backyard party.

02/22/2017 By Rosin Saez

Pizza Dispatch

Brendan McGill's Pizzeria Bruciato Opens Today

Bainbridge Island has a new destination for seasonal Neapolitan pies.

01/27/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

Restaurant Revelry

New Year's Eve Dinner in Seattle: 2016 Edition

Some special menus around town, organized by price.

12/20/2016 By Seattle Met Staff

Critic's Notebook

25 Superb Seattle Sandwiches

Winter is coming, folks. You need a sandwich.

11/21/2016 By Kathryn Robinson

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: November 9–15

The week in which: Chef Nancy Silverton comes to town, Bramling Cross throws a beer feast, and JarrBar offers a sneak peak of what's to come at Jarr and Co.

11/09/2016 By Jane Kidder

AARGH

Lisa Nakamura Is Closing Gnocchi Bar

But her gnocchi lives on.

11/01/2016 By Allecia Vermillion

Best of the City

Seattle's 100 Very Best Restaurants

Truth is, Seattle has easily twice this number of genuinely extraordinary restaurants. But here, including this year’s new standouts, are the most vivid, gracious, straight-up incredible destinations in town.

10/17/2016 By Kathryn Robinson and Allecia Vermillion

Around Town

What We're Eating Now: October 2016

This month’s favorites: Sandwiches! From Nordic smoked lamb to flatbread that draws a crowd.

09/27/2016 By Kathryn Robinson and Allecia Vermillion

Critic's Notebook

“It’s Supposed to Taste That Way.”

Is it ever okay for a restaurant staffer to say that to a diner?

09/26/2016 By Kathryn Robinson