Cafe Nordo’s Cabinet of Curiosities has overtaken Capitol Hill’s/Central District’s Washington Hall, serving an enjoyable mix of food and moody atmosphere. José Amador took in the proceedings and found an evening that pleases on many levels.
Our own new/hipness/literati/ice cream/microbrew diva, Sarah Anne Lloyd, crawled around with the literate folks at Seattle’s APRIL LitCrawl and almost forgot to tell us about it. Nevertheless, I wrested her photos from her as Bill and Ted would say “most heinously” so that you could enjoy them.
We all know that “Belgium” is synonymous with “beer.” There is no questions or doubt in anyone’s mind that the country is notorious…
Networking event with food professionals in the Seattle area. Tastes from Tom Douglas Restaurants, Rover’s/ Luc,The Inn at Langley, The Coterie Room, Local 360, Harborside, Il Corvo Pasta, Volunteer Park Café and many more.
While many of us hunker down for this long dreary month, recovering from the winter holidays, we look for ways to get and keep warm. So, do we turn our backs on our beloved cold beverages and drink hot toddies? Ignoring delicious winter beers that are likely desperately crying out “Drink me!” in our refrigerators? Our Beer expert, Dikla Tuchman, has a way to use those lonesome ales: The Wassail.
Good day, all, and welcome to the Seattle Star!
There are a few things you should know about us as we begin the process of rolling out our site, the first being: We are still under construction. Think of what you’re seeing as a soft opening for a restaurant. Yes, we’re open for business, but not everything is as it should be for it to feel whole.