Food

Ten great (yummy) reasons to eat at Rondo – a Japanese Izakaya restaurant in Seattle

🍽 Eat & Drink:  Rondo is a Japanese Izakaya in Capitol Hill Seattle. They offer donburi, Bento Boxes, teishoku, ramen curry dishes, sushi, and more.  Plus, they craft cocktails and deliver sake heaven at the Tamari bar. This is a perfect place to take advantage of their all-day happy hour. Now is the perfect time to […]

/ June 7, 2021


Communion – comfort food in Seattle for vegans, vegetarians and meat lovers, alike!

Photo Credit: Ian Schneider Communion is the Seattle project of Kristi Brown (a.k.a. “That Brown Girl Cooks!”) and her son and business partner Damon Bomar. The restaurant is located in the Central District where gentrification has driven out the historically Black neighborhood making Communion’s opening significant. Customers can look forward to a menu influenced by […]

/ May 7, 2021


Have a drink with The Pastry Project

Emily and Heather met while working at Molly Moon’s and now they run The Pastry Project, which offers folks who face barriers in the industry free training.

/ March 26, 2021


Ten really good restaurants and other eateries recommended by The Everygrey

Ten Restaurants and other eateries recommended by The Everygrey 🇵🇭 Melissa Miranda made big waves in 2021, despite opening Musang at the beginning of an unforeseeably difficult year. Melissa charged ahead, turning the restaurant into a community kitchen at the start of the pandemic, and this month it won the accolade of Restaurant of the Year from Seattle Met. […]

/ March 7, 2021


A Virtual Lunar New Year Event w/ The Evergrey + International Examiner

Join us in celebrating the Year of the Ox with a panel to discuss the intersections of identity, culture, and food, followed by a cooking demo.

/ January 20, 2021


Seattle’s biggest restaurant openings and closings in 2020

We rounded up the biggest restaurant news from the past year for you. Despite the tough year, there were a number of places we welcomed to the scene.

/ December 18, 2020


Talking Tamales with Osbaldo Hernandez from Frelard Tamales

Osbaldo Hernandez (right) started the business with his now husband Dennis Ramey (left) in 2015. Last week we talked with Laura Clise, the founder of Intentionalist, and discussed how to make your spending count. This week we talked with Osbaldo Hernandez about his business Frelard Tamales and also the need to rethink how we value […]

/ October 8, 2020


Our Tomorrow: Meet the Seattle chef who’s cooking up community for BLM

(📷: Scott Iverson) Sponsored by Civic Commons. Civic Commons did not provide editorial input. Let’s take action together Civic Commons is building belonging in our community and inspiring Seattleites to take action on our region’s biggest economic and social challenges. Join us.   When our state started shutting down amid the COVID-19 pandemic, tens of […]

/ June 30, 2020


11 ways to spend your stimulus check locally in Seattle

(📷: Michael Righi/Flickr) Stimulus payments are starting to arrive this week, and what Seattleites do with that money really matters. According to economists, every dollar spent locally creates a ripple effect in the economy as it circulates from consumers to businesses to workers and back again, helping bolster employment in the process. So if you’re fortunate enough to […]

/ April 15, 2020


A place to meet and eat fish, sustainably

The Seattle Aquarium is all about interacting with local sea life. You can watch it, you can touch it, you can … eat it? We thought that was a little strange too. So we met up with the aquarium’s executive chef, Molly De Mers, who is in charge of preparing food for the cafe as […]

/ August 28, 2019