Seattle and Bellevue's premiere cupcake bakery now has a swanky new outpost: Cafe Trophy! Located on the ground floor of The Bravern shopping center in downtown Bellevue, Cafe Trophy features the popular sweets of Trophy Cupcake as well as many more lavish temptations. Consider an expanded pastry menu consisting of delicate fruit tortes, an array of colorful French-style macarons (in 10+ flavors!), croissants, and cannelles.
Vestal is a new modern restaurant in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood where you're likely to find local chef Josh Henderson these days. The new venture features local fare prepared on the restaurant's wood-fired grill, along with a classic cocktail menu. Vestal is the latest addition to the Huxley Wallace Collective's impressive family of restaurants that also includes newly-opened Scout and The Nest, Location: 513 Westlake
190 Sunset is a snazzy new restaurant that just opened at the Salish Crossing retail development in Edmonds. Located not far from the Edmonds ferry terminal, the spacious restaurant features three distinct dining areas. There's a large dining room with bar area that seats 220 people, a private dining room for 70 people, and a large outdoor patio with fire pits.With Executive Chef Clive Gomez
Ice cream is even more delicious when it's (somewhat) healthy! Seattle Cookie Counter is one of few places in town where you can get scoops of vegan ice cream. Newly opened in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood of Seattle, the ice cream joint specializes in individual scoops of a rotating menu, as well as ice cream sandwiches featuring house-made cookies and ice cream floats, to name
Tarsan i Jane is one of Seattle's hottest new restaurants for inquisitive and adventurous eaters. Chef Perfecte Rocher and his partner Alia Zaine are at the helm of the Fremont-based pop-up restaurant that specializes in Valencian and Catalonian fare. Beyond those distinctions, the rest of the menu at Tarsan i Jane is completely up in the air, limited only by seasonal ingredients and Rocher's imagination.
Pike Place Market is a cherished landmark in the coastal city of Seattle, Washington. Besides having an iconic role in Hollywood film Sleepless in Seattle, the public market is a favorite destination for travelers. From crafts and artwork to ready-made food and fresh ingredients, Pike Place offers bits and pieces that appeal to a wide range of people. At the very least, swing by and
Metropolitan Grill is one of Seattle's most renowned classic dining destinations. This upscale steakhouse features an array of juicy, tender steaks that have been hand-selected and custom dry-aged to perfection. In addition to steaks, The Met also has an extensive, award-winning wine program and seasonally-inspired cocktails. Stop by for lunch of dinner any day of the week. Metropolitan Grill Photos
Hae Song Korean BBQ restaurant is a newcomer to the south side of Seattle, but it's far from unusual in a state where ethnic Asian foods reign supreme. The family owned restaurant is spacious and offers a host of traditional Korean food. The highlight is grill-it-yourself prime cuts of meat featuring USDA Prime beef. This quality designation means every piece of beef has fine marbling
Seattle Art Fair returned to CenturyLink Field for the second year in a row. Produced by Paul Allen and his company Vulcan, the event drew thousands of people during a busy August weekend, the art fair. This year's lineup featured the following galleries: Returnees Paul Kasmin Gallery (NY), Charlie James Gallery (LA), Kaikai Kiki Gallery (Tokyo), Donald Ellis Gallery (NY), Allan Stone Projects (NY), Greg
Photos from a food photography session at Wataru sushi restaurant located in the Ravenna neighborhood of Seattle. Helmed by Chef Kotaru Kumita, the restaurant focuses on Edomae-style sushi, also known as nigiri. Check out select images below as well as the final published story in The Stranger. See Published Photo Gallery More from