Sugar Plum is a vegan bakery in Capitol Hill with surprisingly great nut-milk soft serve. Always get the twist.
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating & Drinking In Seattle
The First Timer’s Guide To Eating & Dri...
You’re about to touch down in Seattle for 72 hours, and you have a lot to fit in. Here’s where to eat and drink your first time here.
Plum Bistro is a plant-based restaurant in Capitol Hill with date night potential and vegan versions of ruebens and mac and cheese.
Bottlehouse is a wine bar inside a retrofitted home, and it’s a great place to get some cheese and pretend to be classy in Madrona.
Molly Moon’s is a Seattle ice cream institution - prepare for a long line at flagship location in Capitol Hill.
Ignore the gross gum wall in Pike Place and make your way to Ghost Alley Espresso for interesting lattes and much fewer tourists.
Georgetown's Charles Smith Jet City is one of our favorite wine-tasting spots in Seattle.
For a healthy lunch that actually tastes good in Pioneer Square, hit up The London Plane.
Norm’s is a divey alehouse with bar food in Fremont that’s perfect for you and your dog.
Everyone finally agreed on a date for the group dinner. Choosing a spot should be the easy part.
For Korean barbecue in Capitol Hill, Trove is kind of your only choice. Luckily, it’s one of the best spots for DIY meat-grilling in the city.