Musang officially has a home on Beacon Hill.
Shifts & Shakeups
Five dining developments on our radar this week.
The week in which: We delve into the world of dumplings, sip wine for science, and watch local chefs prove their chops.
Fun with Listicles
A new wave of Filipino Americans are injecting traditional flavors into fine dining, Hawaiian dishes, and dessert.
Nosh Pit Staff
Filipino flavors and the Pacific Northwest intersect in Hillman City.
Melissa Miranda will flip her prolific Musang popup into a full-fledged brick-and-mortar restaurant this fall.
The spirit of the Philippines fashioned through Pacific Northwest ingredients.
This month: Chicago-style pizza, Filipino fine dining, and nerd-approved coffee.
The new Chinatown–International District location will be an extension of the Ballard bakery with a bigger menu, plus coffee by day and cocktails by night.
PI Meets PNW
As Filipino food moves more firmly into the national (and local) culinary conversation, fine dining newcomer Archipelago will filter flavors of the Philippines through the spirit of the Pacific Northwest.
Food & Drink
The week in which: Top chefs come together for a Filipino Noche Buena dinner, famous brewers discuss Seattle’s beer history, and master sommelier Larry Stone...
Seattle Met Next Hot Chef Melissa Miranda, Chera Amlag of Hood Famous Bakeshop, Canlis' Nelson Daquip, and more collaborate on a multicourse popup at Bar del Corso on September 24.