With a focus on fresh seafood and vegetables, Seabird is set to sail into Bainbridge Island on May 26. From Chef Brendan McGill, Seabird will take over the former Hitchcock space, McGill’s flagship restaurant.
Food & Drink
Food and drinks in Washington including best restaurants.
The Princess and The Bear owners and founders Carol Bailey and Steve Medwell wanted to find a creative way to share their love of wine and travel with others right here in the United States. After stumbling upon the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France, they sought an opportunity to bring a variety of remarkable wines stateside via The Princess and The Bear in Seattle.
With Mother’s Day quickly approaching on Sunday, May 8, it’s time to plan how to celebrate the most special woman in your life. Luckily, Washington is bursting with dining specials to help make this year’s Mother’s Day extra special.
Eat Seattle, which offers premium culinary experiences, has expanded its chef-guided food tour offerings beyond Pike Place Market. Now, foodies can experience six stops during a walking tour of the South Lake Union neighborhood.
Located one block from Pike Place Market and inside the luxurious Four Seasons Seattle Hotel is Goldfinch Tavern. Named after Washington’s state bird, the American Goldfinch, you will be captivated by views of the Puget Sound as you step inside the beautiful resort restaurant.
Leave the cooking to the pros this Easter and check out these specials in Washington for an eggstra- special holiday brunch or dinner with your loved ones.
As a destination town, the city of Seabrook has lots to offer–from the ocean views to breathtaking sunsets–and The Stowaway Wine Bar is at the center of it all. Visit The Stowaway’s new location at 203 Market Street for a truly captivating wine bar experience.
After having to close its doors in March 2020, Lark in Seattle is back with a new dining space, refined menu and a stellar four-course dining experience.
Fairmont Olympic Hotel has completed the last item in its $25 million renovation: the highly anticipated restaurant, The George. The new dining destination is sure to make a splash in Seattle’s dining scene and is set to open its doors on April 4.
March Madness is finally upon us! If you’re looking to catch the latest games, these Seattle sports bars have you covered with state-of-the-art sound systems and high-definition flat-screen TVs (and great grub, of course).