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Sunday, August 20, 2017
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In a year of reconcepts, Adana is a lesson in how to loosen up.
For 10 years, Art of the Table was inside a cozy, squat building covered in weathered, gray wood shingles, with tie-dye colors framing the windows. This year, it grew up.
In a most unexpected next chapter, Bruce Naftaly gives Capitol Hill a relaxed evolution of Le Gourmand.
It isn’t fancy—just a few booths, a big walkup counter, and seating that wraps around the ample front windows. But…those sandwiches.
11 sublime dishes for your dining out to-do list.
An actual line—a long one—of eager diners waited outside Edouardo Jordan's Southern restaurant at 5pm on day one. Here are 5 reasons it lives up to the hype.
Here's what the rapid-fire restaurateur has been up to in 2017—and what's next.
The Central District bistro isn’t trying to please everyone. That’s why it’s such a pleasure.
Dave Lichterman is wowing the city with his deep-dish pies—a soft, almost brioche-like crust, a carefully calibrated meat/cheese/sauce ratio, and that all-important ring of crisply caramelized cheese around the edge.
Ma'ono chef Mark Fuller has teamed up with Doug Kawasaki on a fast-casual burger joint slated to open next month.
Study: About one-third of downtown Seattle drivers are
The West Seattle Water Taxi rescued a flipped kayaker in Elliott Bay Thursday.
The attorney for the families of the Aurora Bridge crash asked a judge to add the owner of Ride the Ducks Seattle, Brian Tracey, personally to the case.
A citizen initiative to ban safe injection sites for drug users in King County has qualified for the ballot.
If you're coming to Oregon for Monday's solar eclipse, you'd better beware some of the state's unusual laws and rules.
Seattle police are investigating a case of alleged democracy voucher fraud.
It wasn't long ago the City of Seattle hailed the introduction of adaptive signal technology on Mercer as a way to improve traffic.
In February of 1979, a solar eclipse came close to Portland, Oregon, and it was broadcast live by KING's sister station KGW.
Over 40 of basketball’s most popular players will battle for the title of 2017 BIG3 Champions.
A group of local students say they feel emboldened to overcome the challenges women face in a male-dominated tech workforce.