From the finest of dining to worthwhile holes in the wall, and all points in-between.
Seattle Met Staff
In a year of increasingly casual, Caviar-compatible restaurants, the tasting menu made an unexpected resurgence.
A midwesterner with Korean cookery chops, chef and owner Mark Schroder transformed a former sandwich shop into a legit dining destination in Phinney Ridge.
Lamb bacon, crispy pork collar, ultra-seasonal offerings sans preachiness—inquire within.
Mark Schroder, formerly chef de cuisine at Trove, writes a meaty new chapter for the old Martino's space.