From the finest of dining to worthwhile holes in the wall, and all points in-between.
Seattle Met Staff
Seattle’s southerly neighborhoods harbor long-standing laid-back restaurants and ambitious newcomers alike.
This week: a pinball bar opens on Capitol Hill, Ethan Stowell plans a salumi shop, and Bluebird becomes a nanobrewery.
Chefs become owners at one of the city's most consistently terrific neighborhood restaurants.
Ever wonder what your server eats for dinner? Surely they can't stay at the top of their game munching on housemade bread alone.
Brandon L. Bye
This Week: Bigfood opens at the Armory, more beer and barbecue in Ballard.
Dept. of Disappointment
Nothing pending, nothing urgent—but get in while you can for goodness’ sake.
If the same restaurant opened its doors today, people would freak out.