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Why you should get out for Seattle Restaurant Week

If you've ever wanted to try one of the Seattle area's finest restaurants without breaking the bank, there's no better time than the annual Seattle Restaurant Week featuring 168 restaurants offering three-course dinners for $28.

Seattle restaurant flips the script for April Fool's Day

A Seattle restaurant is reinventing itself for one night only April Fool's Day for a bit of fun.

All star food lineup for Ethan Stowell charity event

There will be strong representation from top tier Seattle foodies at a charity event being hosted by Northwest chef, and current Best Chef: Northwest James Beard nominee, Ethan Stowell.

Head to Capitol Hill for Seattle's ultimate bar crawl

Esquire Magazine is out with its ultimate guide to pub crawling. And Let's Eat has its own take on Seattle's best drinking destination.

Seattle chef's new book a guide to seasonal Northwest cooking

While there are a number of Northwest cookbooks on the market, one Seattle chef saw a hole. He wanted a book that really focused on the seasons in the Northwest, which he understands a little differently than most.

Award-winning Seattle chef Maria Hines cooks up gluten-free, vegan menus

Chef Maria Hines has always tried to accommodate gluten-free and vegan diners at her acclaimed Seattle restaurants. But after learning what a hassle it can be, she's developed high end tasting menus for special diets.

Seattle Chef Renee Erickson's 'simple' formula making big impact

It's been a big couple weeks for Seattle chef Renee Erickson. First, her Ballard oyster bar the Walrus and the Carpenter was named on bon apetit magazine's list of the "20 Most Important Restaurants" (in the U.S.). Then, the chef and another one of her restaurants were honored to be listed as award contenders for this year's James Beard Awards.

Wine and cheese, why not try wine and pig?

A new food pairing taking the culinary world by storm is wine and pig. This year marks the fifth year for Cochon555, an event that highlights heritage pig breeds and family farms.

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