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All You Can Eat

Trend-setting restaurants, Northwest cookbooks, local food news and the people who make them happen.

July 18, 2008 at 7:44 AM

Eater Feeder: Restaurants you love

Hey you! You’re been writing to me for years, telling me all about your favorite restaurants, your gotta-go-there holes-in-the-wall and those new spots that are so great you can’t keep them to yourselves. What did I do with all those letters of recommendation?

Well, during my lengthy tenure as the Seattle Times restaurant critic, I compiled go-to lists that you helped fashion, filed your comments away for future reference and — not infrequently — reviewed restaurants at your suggestion. Now, with All You Can Eat, I’ve found another use for those “love letters”: Eater Feeder, a new blog feature where you give a shout-out to restaurants you love. Here’s how it works:

Keep those cards and letters coming (for now, via e-mail to nleson@seattletimes.com), dishing the who, what, where and why. Include your full name and be sure to send me your phone number, too, so we can talk. If you hear from me, I’ll share your joy right here on the blog. Got a digital photo of the place? the owners? your favorite dish? I’m happy to share that, too.

So eat up, then fess up: Who da ya love?

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