Il Nido opened a few weeks ago to great anticipation and I’ve been dying to go. Last night, we made it happen. They’re booked out weeks in advance so make a reservation now if you want to dine there anytime soon (or get there super early)
Last week we got away by not going very far from Seattle at all. We made the less than two hour journey (which involved a drive and ferry ride) to Whidbey Island and, y’all, this place has absolutely stolen my heart. We stayed at the rustic and darling Captain Whidbey, an inn nestled in a grove…
Anthony’s Restaurants are about as Pacific Northwest as it gets. I remember the first time I ate at one – I had just moved here six years ago and a friend took me to the Anthony’s at Point Defiance in Tacoma.
The Metropolitan Market is grocery store paradise for any foodie. From the freshest, local produce, meats and seafood to the highest quality specialty products and in store eats, Met Market has what you’re craving.
South Park is one of Seattle’s up and coming neighborhoods that, until recently, has only been known for a couple of gems food-wise. Determined that this area had more to offer than that unforgettable Tavern Burger…
The French Onion Soup at Maximilien Ah, French Onion soup – a magical combination of beef stock, crunchy bread and gooey Gruyere cheese that just makes you feel all cozy inside. Soup season is here and there’s nothing more warming (or filling) than a big bowl of French Onion. In the past week, I’ve made […]
I’ve been dying to dine at Sawyer and this weekend that dream finally came true! The brainchild of Chef Mitch Mayers, Sawyer is Ballard’s new hot spot that sits in the old Kickin’ Boot; a space that’s been renovated into something beautifully rustic and sleek at the same time. Once a saw mill in what […]