Sports are for drinking

World Cup Watch: Skillet at Neumos for USA V. England

The US plays its opening game on Saturday, June 12. Watch it while eating poutine.



Lights Out for Dumpling Dojo

The Broadway popup is no longer.

06/07/2010 By Christopher Werner

Summer in Seattle

Today in Alfresco Dining: Dinette Adds a Patio

Ups the cute quotient even more.

06/03/2010 By Christopher Werner

Openings and Closings

Grey Gallery to Close at Current Location

Owner Erik Guttridge is seeking a new Pike/Pine space for his gallery and bar.



Sitka and Spruce Opens Officially Tonight

Get fiddlehead ferned at Sitka’s Cap Hill reincarnation.

05/26/2010 By Jessica Voelker


Two Iconic Restaurants Settle into New Digs

We’re pumped: Sitka and Spruce, Flying Fish 2.0 open this week.

05/25/2010 By Christopher Werner


Captain Blacks and the Mystery of the Homemade Spirits

Solved with a phone call.



A Look Inside Marjorie

Take a gander at Donna Moodie’s new Capitol Hill restaurant.

05/18/2010 By Seattle Met Staff

Drinky Party

Sun Liquor Anniversary Party and Update on Gin Distillery

Mark you calendars for barbecue and drink specials.



Ni Sandwich Opens on Broadway

Here, banh mi top out at $3.50.

05/17/2010 By Christopher Werner

Booze Music

Captain Blacks (and KEXP and Sonic Boom) Throw a Listening Party

Hear the new Black Keys album as you throw back a few drinks. Just cause you can.



The New Ballard

05/13/2010 By Josh Feit

Sunny Days

Summer Plans: Volunteer Park Cafe

The neighborhood restaurant on Capitol Hill will be ground zero for good times this summer.

04/27/2010 By Jessica Voelker


A Peek at Homegrown’s Forthcoming Late-Night Menu

Are we seeing a trend here? Hopefully.

04/23/2010 By Christopher Werner


First Look: Inside the Melrose Project

Plus: an update from Sitka and Spruce’s Matthew Dillon.

04/20/2010 By Christopher Werner

Cheap Date

Cheap Date: Chungee’s Drink and Eat

General Tso’s and chow mein: Cheap, tasty Chinese comes to Capitol Hill.

04/19/2010 By Jessica Voelker


New on Butcher’s Block

Rain Shadow Meats and Bill the Butcher’s Mad Valley location.

04/19/2010 By Christopher Werner


Best Places to Live 2010

Here are Seattle Met’s picks for the Emerald City’s 15 must-live neighborhoods right now, plus vital stats on the people, property, and parks in 116 communities.

04/19/2010 By Matthew Halverson

The Weekend Starts...Now.

Don’t Miss: Elliott Bay Book Co.’s Block Party

Enjoy food, brew, and live music from 4-7 tonight on Capitol Hill.

04/15/2010 By Laura Dannen


First Look: Marjorie on Capitol Hill

Plus, we reveal who will chef the much-anticipated new restaurant from Donna Moodie.

04/14/2010 By Jessica Voelker