Aimee RizzoSeattle Staff Writer
We initially got connected with Aimee after Heather, our Director Of Events, met Aimee’s mom at a wine bar in NYC back in 2014 and shared a bowl of popcorn. Leading up to The Infatuation Seattle launch in 2017, Aimee popped back up and proved herself to be the perfect person for the job. Aimee previously worked in TV production, and plays the piano, trumpet, and something called the euphonium which she is still trying to convince us is a real thing.
The Seattle Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In Seattle
The Seattle Hit List: The Best New Restau…
Whether you’re looking for pop-ups or takeout and delivery, The Hit List is here to help you find a great new spot to support.
Hangry Panda is a Greenwood restaurant that serves delicious teriyaki, Taiwanese street food, and bubble tea.
Market Fresh is a hot bar spot Downtown that features a menu of sandwiches, salads, and grain bowls. Get the fried chicken sandwich.
Umami Kushi is a Rainier Beach spot that serves Japanese-style okazu pan filled with everything from beef curry to adobo chicken - and fresh beignets.
Communion is a restaurant in the Central District featuring soul food staples influenced by Ethiopian, Vietnamese, and PNW cuisine.
Seattle Restaurants With Tents, Heat Lamps, & Fire Pits
Seattle Restaurants With Tents, Heat Lamp…
Where to eat when staying warm and dry is a priority.
Urban Family Brewing Co. is a great brewery in Ballard that specializes in sour beer.
Seattle restaurants that have permanently closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
“It’s winter in Seattle” and “here are some great restaurant patios” are two things we didn’t think belonged in the same sentence. Until now.
Parking lot pancit, street corner breakfast sandwiches, and more: These Seattle pop-ups are changing the definition of what a restaurant can be.
The new restaurant openings you should know about.