Today's picks for civic nerds
New markets, new locations, and an array of fresh and local produce
John Sundstrom’s new location fits three eateries in one stunning space.
At Stateside, Michelin-starred chef Eric Johnson offers an edible primer on Vietnam’s culinary convergences.
Another 'hood is giving Pioneer Square a run for its money.
Here the espresso shots are smoother, coffee roasting is theater, and the company hopes to woo ultradiscerning coffee drinkers who wouldn’t be caught dead in a mass-market coffee joint.
Shifts & Shakeups
Get this: one of them is gluten-free.
The Capitol Hill concert venue celebrates with Tacocat, Kithkin, Chastity Belt, and more before closing its doors.
Last New Year’s Eve a U.S. Army staff sergeant stopped what could have been a deadly fire that had been intentionally set at the gay Capitol Hill dance club Neighbours.
Upscale Chinese on Capitol Hill, a food hall for all, and more cheap margaritas
The monthly Capitol Hill art walk features an art marathon and a shuttle bus to keep you warm between galleries.
Support local makers and get a head start on holiday shopping.
A polished neighborhood spot by an all-star team
A gluten-free bakery on Capitol Hill, a vegan sweet shop in Phinney Ridge, big Ballard bar news, and a den of wings and waffles opens in Rainier Beach.
The Green Leaf owners do fusion in Leschi, modernist street food is headed to Capitol Hill, and Big Chickie is days away.
"More amari than any other Asian restaurant in the world."
The arts community that has made Capitol Hill so desirable—to residents and developers—is in danger. Here’s what one group is doing to try to save it.
With Out Watch, Jennifer Dietrich wants to turn the tide against after-dark attacks in Capitol Hill.