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.
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Your Kuyas is a Filipino pop-up that operates out of Sam Choy’s in Hillman City.
Local Tide is a seafood restaurant in Fremont that serves fish sandwiches, shrimp toast, a weekend-only crab roll, and a fantastic burger.
84 Yesler is an upscale restaurant in Pioneer Square that serves delicious homemade pasta, steaks, and seafood.
Chengdu Taste is a Szechuan restaurant that originated in SoCal and opened its first Seattle location in the International District.
The Flour Box is a bakery in Hillman City that serves incredible brioche donuts, milk bun cinnamon rolls, and coffee from Anchorhead.
This Sichuan spot in Queen Anne has great noodles, rice cakes, vegetables, and especially good dumplings in black vinegar and chile oil.
Hi Helen is a West Seattle pop-up that serves outstanding breakfast sandwiches.
Tang Food Mart is a Vietnamese deli in Georgetown that serves tasty banh mi.