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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…


Comments | Topics: Paseo, Ryan Santwire

January 2, 2015 at 1:27 PM

Second Helpings of Dahlia Lounge and more

Today’s review of Dahlia Lounge is the ninth in a Seattle Times series called “Second Helpings.” Introduced last August, the series evaluates restaurants that haven’t been reviewed in 10 years or more, but many of them have had much longer life spans. Dahlia Lounge, the restaurant that launched the Tom Douglas brand, debuted in 1989,…


Comments | More in Restaurants | Topics: Cafe Juanita, Dahlia Lounge, Il Terrazzo Carmine

December 31, 2014 at 12:17 PM

Damn the Weather mixes the perfect mid-winter cocktail

One of the best winter drinks I’ve had in recent months is the Calvados Old Fashioned at Damn The Weather, the newish bar in Pioneer Square. Have you tried it?

The Calvados Old Fashioned is featured at the Pioneer Square bar Damn the Weather. Photo courtesy of Eleanor Lonardo

The Calvados Old Fashioned is featured at the Pioneer Square bar Damn The Weather. Photo courtesy of Eleanor Lonardo

The cocktail is clean and robust. Even better, it’s easy to recreate at home, the perfect drink by the fireplace or while watching the Daily Show.

Below is the recipe courtesy of Damn the Weather owner/bartender Bryn Lumsden.


Comments | More in cocktails, Recipes, Restaurants | Topics: Bryn Lumsden, Damn the weather

December 24, 2014 at 1:08 PM

News you can eat: Ice cream crisis, melted cheese miracle, more

SNOQUALMIE ICE CREAM RECALLED: Listeria was found at the Snoqualmie production facility and in some tested ice cream. Because Snoqualmie makes their ice-cream base, Molly Moon’s and Full Tilt are closed today. Also possibly impacted: any Snoqualmie-produced ice cream in your freezer. Find out how to check it. MORE>>> MAMMOTH OPENS: This “beer and sandwich lover’s destination” opened…


Comments | Topics: 500 East, Mammoth, Raclette Seattle

December 23, 2014 at 4:10 PM

Snoqualmie Ice Cream recall shuts down Molly Moon’s, Full Tilt and more

Snoqualmie Ice Cream, which provides ice-cream base to some of Seattle’s most popular ice cream shops, has issued a recall of all its products after the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes was found in its production facility and, subsequently, samples of its vanilla ice cream, reports the Puget Sound Business Journal. If you have any Snoqualmie…


Comments | Topics: Full Tilt, ice cream, Molly Moon's

December 19, 2014 at 4:02 PM

Making Spirits Right: broVo’s Amaro

  When it comes to holiday cheer, make mine a Manhattan. The classic recipe calls for rye whiskey, sweet vermouth and Angostura bitters, but nowadays variations abound: bourbon instead of rye, Carpano Antica in place of vermouth, or a dash of orange bitters to call out the spicy notes of the rye. Lately I’ve been experimenting…


Comments | More in Recipes | Topics: amaro, broVo Spirits, cocktails

December 19, 2014 at 11:11 AM

Renee Erickson’s Narwhal oyster truck shut down by the health department

Narwhal will not be at the Westlake and Lenora food pod today because of unforeseen circumstances. Apologies to all who came for our food! — Narwhal (@narwhaltruck) December 18, 2014 Renee Erickson’s Narwhal oyster truck was shut down by the King County Public Health department on Wednesday around noon (the “unforseen circumstances” in the…


Comments | Topics: Narwhal, Renee Erickson

December 18, 2014 at 2:25 PM

News you can eat: Zhu Dang opens, Philadelphia Fevre closes, restaurant grading on the way

RESTAURANT NEWS: ZHU DANG is brand-new  in the space where ill-fated nightclub The Social used to be, serving “updated Chinese food” on Capitol Hill. One of its exec chefs comes from dumpling paradise Din Tai Fung; the other has cooked at Joule, Revel, Nell’s and Café Campagne. Impressive credentials. And if you don’t feel like cooking on…


Comments | Topics: Cafe Juanita, Dot's, Philadelphia Fevre

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