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.

Review

Meat, Bread, and Beer at Mammoth

Here’s to untidy pleasures.

04/01/2015 By Kathryn Robinson

Review

Stateside: Don’t Call It Fusion

At Stateside, Michelin-starred chef Eric Johnson offers an edible primer on Vietnam’s culinary convergences.

04/01/2015 By Kathryn Robinson

Heavy Petting

Yep, I Went to the Popup Cat Cafe

The first rule of cat cafe: Do not bring your actual cat.

02/16/2015 By Allecia Vermillion

Review

Gluten-Free Done Right

It’s easier than ever to eat gluten free in Seattle. Eating well is another matter entirely.

01/05/2015 By Kathryn Robinson

Critic's Picks

Downtown Restaurants to Stop While You Shop

Because all that holiday shopping makes you hungry.

12/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Critic's Notebook

The Prime Seattle Restaurant Neighborhood You May Be Overlooking

Now if only we could do something about the parking.

11/10/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Restaurant Review

Pomerol is Fremont by Way of France

Vuong Loc turns a former Turkish rug shop into a most neighborly French restaurant.

11/03/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Meat Matters

This Is What a $169 Hot Dog Tastes Like

An encounter with the world's most opulent bratwurst.

11/03/2014 By Allecia Vermillion

Rainmakers

Halo Launches Live Action Series

When a billion-dollar video game goes live-action, it’s important to get the details right.

11/03/2014 By Allison Williams

Feline Matters

Finally...Seattle Has a Cat Cafe in the Works

It shall be called Seattle Meowtropolitan.

10/28/2014 By Allecia Vermillion

Article

The Top 100 Washington Wines

Our annual list of the 100 best Washington wines – plus ideas for when and how to drink them.

10/08/2014 By Sean P. Sullivan

Rainmakers

The Space Rock Race: Mining Asteroids

A Redmond company uses amateur astronomers and stargazers to train its spaceships on asteroids for their valuable resources, such as water—and a larger store of platinum than has ever been mined on Earth.

09/01/2014 By Allison Williams

Rainmakers

Oiselle: Ladies-Only Running Gear

Oiselle’s Sally Bergesen is changing the game for runners, one fashionable pair of shorts at a time.

08/01/2014 By Heather Hansman

Rainmakers

Schmancy’s Kristen Rask

As Schmancy celebrates a decade in business, owner Kristen Rask admits she made it all up as she went.

07/01/2014 By Kelsey Kaufman

Restaurant Review

Cassis in West Seattle

An erstwhile Seattle bistro classic gets reborn on Alki Beach.

07/01/2014 By Kathryn Robinson

Rainmakers

His Stuff Doesn't Stink

Tim O’Neill and Engineered Compost Systems take the “ick” out of organic waste.

04/01/2014 By Matthew Halverson

Sweets

Flour to the People

Meet Seattle's best new confectioners.

04/01/2014 By Allecia Vermillion

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

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

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