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Seattle Area

Find the best restaurants, bars, coffee shops, ice cream, and more in Seattle and its surrounding areas. We also have tags for many of the individual cities in the region, which you can browse here

Chef Edouardo Jordan's 'Old School' Oxtails Are Steeped In Flavor & Easy To Make

Growing up, Chef Edouardo Jordan looked forward to the Sundays when his mother would leave a pot of oxtails to simmer on the stove all day. Jordan’s mother would put the meat on to braise in the morning...
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Seattle’s Dough Zone Dumpling House in San Mateo & Cupertino

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by Melanie Wong 3 months ago

Dough Zone Dumpling House based in Seattle is expanding to the San Francisco Bay Area. The San Mateo location soft-opened today, May 1, and the Cupertino branch is expected to launch a couple month...

Any ideas where I can sell an AGA stove?!

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by gobybee 2 years ago

I'm looking for guidance/suggestions/recommendations - we bought a house that has an AGA cast iron 4-burner gas cooker and we're trying to find an appropriate avenue to sell it to someone who would...

S/T Hooligans--A Real Pleasure

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by kaleokahu 4 months ago

I've been meaning to try this Frelard place for some time, so last night was the night. I confess that I was more than a little hesitant--I think the name (and the tribal font, and the image of a ...

Lil Woody's/Great State Burger

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by equinoise 1 month ago

A joint review seemed in order for these two multi-location Seattle burger emporia. Both are similar in their embrace of a Shake Shack-oriented trend (founded in 2004) favoring a kind of nostalgic...

The Roll Pod

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by equinoise 1 month ago

A clever but simple concept, the kathi roll*: various curries (meat or veg) wrapped inside a nicely toasted roti with mint-cilantro chutney, salad and lemon juice. At the brick and mortar outlet ...

Qian Noodles

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by equinoise 1 month ago

An unassuming noodle specialist on Aurora Ave North, the business' self-description on Yelp is telling: "We have soup noodle and dry noodle. Please see our menu. We will provide more dishes in the ...

Maleda Market & Deli

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by equinoise 1 month ago

A small Ethiopian market and convenience store in Columbia City. While injera, spice blends, and to-go meals are on offer (together with beer, candy and chips like any generic quickie-mart), I pos...

Little Chengdu

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by equinoise 1 month ago

Little Chengdu opened a few years ago on Hanford St. off of Rainier Ave S. It may be an off-shoot of an LA-based franchise, which is suggested by the slick menu and Clover hardware on display in w...

J. Kenji Lopez-Alt in Seattle

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by patsully 1 month ago

I thought this bit in particular would resonate… “But “influencer” doesn’t sit well with López-Alt because it comes with negative connotations of clickbait or free meals. ‘I wouldn’t consider...

Food & Wine: Love Letter to Chinese Restaurants

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 7 months ago

Chinatowns are deserted. Chinese restaurants suffered early on in the pandemic and disproportionately from the decline in business. Time to order take-out and to do what you can to keep your loc...

Fresh Fruit Watermelon Slushes in Seattle, Bellevue

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by not the bad Steve 2 months ago

I love the fresh fruit watermelon slushes made by Ambrosia Cafe! The call it "Fresh Watermelon Drink," and make it from just ice, watermelon flesh, and sugar. Unfortunately, during Covid they p...

Sur La Table prepares for bankruptcy

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

" . . . For companies like Sur La Table that offer classes and other in-store experiences, the nationwide shutdown has been even more pernicious. . ."

Update on Fuji Bakery

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by PAO 9 years ago

http://seattlemag.com/food-news-update-fuji-bakery

What’s your favorite?

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by honeybrook_99 3 months ago

Will be coming to Seattle area in September (fully vaccinated). What would be your recommendations for Dim Sum/Chinese ? Also would love to have Dungeness Crab (my favorite)- anywhere particularly ...

Chopped Liver

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by JayDK 4 months ago

I'm a fan. Chopped liver, pate, mousse, whatever. Tried Zilberstein's chopped liver the other day. Uh, it was interesting. Disconcerting were the pieces of chicken skin in the mix. Ick. Never ...

The Bob on The Ave

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by JayDK 4 months ago

We've been trying various Korean places on the Ave and came across The Bob. The guy recommended pork backbone stew. It was delicious. I'll go back. PS. Don't expect, or judge this place on th...

Hazard Pay for Grocery Store Workers

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 5 months ago

" . . . These ordinances are shining one more spotlight on long-standing inequities exposed by the pandemic. While a number of companies provided their employees—who have faced unprecedented risks ...

Reckless Noodle House

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by equinoise 5 months ago

A combination of SE Asian food and tiki-ish cocktails is a concept with obvious appeal to me. This is a friendly neighborhood joint with a congenial vibe. IIRC it was founded in 2018 by a Australi...

Lincoln South Food Hall

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by equinoise 5 months ago

Here is a place where the concept exceeds the overall execution. A one-stop food court in Bellevue with burger, pizza, pho, bakery/sandwich and "street" tacos choices. I am still unable to abide ...

Sabich in Seattle?

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by broksonic 13 years ago

I just spent a wonderful week in Israel, and came to love an Iraqi dish called Sabich (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabich for more), which is often called falafel's little cousin. This one is ...