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Category: Food and Restaurant News
January 29, 2015 at 12:42 PM

News you can eat: Seahawks food FTW!!! (Plus some other stuff)

SUPER BOWL/SEAHAWKS/YESSSSSS!!!!! 12 SEAHAWKS TRIBUTES IN FOOD: With PCC Natural Markets FTW for “HAWKS” spelled out in green onions. MORE>>> SEAHAWKS’ FAVORITE RESTAURANTS: Marshawn Lynch’s favorite is HoHo in the I.D. (and his hero is his mom… awwwww!). MORE>>> And Russell Wilson’s been seen at Smith, while Pete Carroll’s been spotted at Volterra, at least according to…

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Comments | Topics: Belgianfest, Elysian, Hama Hama

January 28, 2015 at 4:17 PM

Super Bowl party food options for the non-cooking types (and the cooking ones, too)

So you’re not up for cooking for your Super Bowl party: That’s okay. Cooking’s not for everyone. Don’t let anyone shame you! You have tons of other-people-who-know-exactly-what-they’re-doing-make-it-for-you options, including: • The Fully Inflated 2-Foot-Long Grinder and more from John Sundstrom’s very tasty new Slab Sandwiches + Pie • Great-sounding Filipino food from the pop-up Food and Sh*t • Reportedly…

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Comments | Topics: Food and Sh*t, Rain Shadow Meats, Seahawks

January 28, 2015 at 5:05 AM

Seattle vs. New England in the supper bowl: how our food cultures compare

With the big game right around the corner, we invited Boston Globe food editor Sheryl Julian to tell us how the food scene in Boston reflects the local culture there. Our food writer, Bethany Jean Clement, gave her take on the same subject for Seattle, which will run in the Globe.     A taste of New England…

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Comments | Topics: $15, Dick's Drive In, legalized marijuana

January 26, 2015 at 12:26 PM

New cheap-eats favorite Villa Escondida suddenly closes, hopes to reopen ASAP

  Villa Escondida, the excellent Mexican diner featured in our recent top-10 new places for cheap eats, closed down suddenly this past weekend to fans’ distress. But owner Jose Perez is looking at new locations today, including one that would keep his family-run spot on Capitol Hill. Perez says he had to close Villa Escondida down…

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Comments | Topics: Jose Perez, Villa Escondida

January 22, 2015 at 2:31 PM

News you can eat: Only one new restaurant in Seattle this week (?!), awful meat experiments, free pizza and more

NEWLY OPEN Is it possible that only one new restaurant has opened in Seattle in the last week? It appears so: Thai Thani Kitchen is it. “Thani” is pronounced “tah-NEE,” and manager Fon Pongpaitoon explains it means “town” in Thai. Located in the Denny Triangle/South Lake Union, it’s a sibling to Thai Thani in…

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Comments | Topics: Ms. Helen, Restaurant Roux, Thai Thani Kitchen

January 15, 2015 at 4:07 PM

News you can eat: Exciting expansions, not-so-sad closures, brand-new places and more

GASTROPOD EXPANSION NEWS Gastropod’s Travis Kukull is planning a second restaurant called Mollusk. Gastropod is the tiny, excellent gastropub counterpart to Sodo’s Epic Ales; Mollusk will be in South Lake Union, on Dexter at Valley. Kukull’s menu at Mollusk will center on southeast Asian and Indian curries, and the space will seat 100 people and include a seven-barrel brew…

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Comments | Topics: Casco Antiguo, Gastropod, Kingfish Cafe

January 8, 2015 at 3:45 PM

News you can eat: Paseo’s back(!), Nue opens, Ms. Helen returns, Moon Temple to close and more

BRAND-NEW RESTAURANTS PASEO in Fremont: Yes, it’s true — the world’s best sandwich is back, as of today! I talked to the new owner… MORE>>> NUE on Capitol Hill: Owner Chris Cvetkovich worked in video games for 15 years, but he never owned an Xbox — he spent his free time cooking and traveling. Nue…

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Comments | Topics: Chavez, Coastline, Moon Temple

January 8, 2015 at 2:17 PM

Paseo reopens! Seattle’s sandwich salvation complete

Paseo is back, and new owner Ryan Santwire says, “The food is better than ever.” Seattle’s favorite sandwich shop “soft-soft opened” today at its original Fremont location, with no fanfare out of concern for the kitchen getting slammed. “We literally didn’t tell a soul,” Santwire says, but the smell of onions frying from the still-papered-up storefront this morning…

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Comments | Topics: Paseo, Ryan Santwire

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