Tag Archive: seattle

Bar Hop in Seattle, Part II

After checking out Taylor Shellfish and Sun Liquor Distillery, we headed to Rumba. Considered to be the best rum bar in Seattle, it just so happened to be National Rum Day that day.… Continue reading

Seattle: Drinking at Vessel

  Editor’s note: A day after I posted this article, Vessel announced they were closing permanently. Best of luck to them. I hope all that booze finds itself to Vessel 3.0. — On… Continue reading

Bar Hop in Seattle, Part I

Last month, I was in Seattle for four nights and managed to make it to 10 bars including Rob Roy, The Upstairs, Sun Liquor Distillery, The Pine Box and many more. This is… Continue reading

Seattle: Getting Geoduck & Oysters at Taylor Shellfish

One of my must-dos for Seattle was checking out Taylor Shellfish at Melrose Market. Located in Capitol Hill, the shellfish shack is a mostly casual affair. We ordered the raw oysters and geoduck… Continue reading

Seattle: Foie Gras & Cocktails at Coterie Room

One of the places I wanted to go back to when I was in Seattle was The Coterie Room. When I first visited years ago, they had just opened and I had promised… Continue reading

Seattle: Lunch at Sushi Kappo Tamura

When I was researching Seattle restaurants, I came across Sushi Kappo Tamura but I hadn’t initially thought about going since it’s in Westlake and I was staying in Downtown. Sure, it’s only about… Continue reading

Seattle Wonton Battle: Canton Wonton House VS Mike’s Noodle House

  On my last trip to Seattle, I headed down to the International District to seek a bowl of noodles. Actually, I ended up on a mini crawl and checked out Canton Wonton… Continue reading

Seattle: Dinner at The Pink Door

I was in Seattle last month for a wedding. As part of the bachelorette party, we hit up The Pink Door which is one of the bride’s favorite Italian restaurants. The Pink Door… Continue reading

Seattle: Hawaiian-Korean Tacos at Marination Station

A friend of mine just moved to Seattle and suggested we get tacos at Marination Station. Being from LA, I imagined my fave street tacos. Instead, I got Hawaiian-Korean fusion tacos that reminded… Continue reading

Seattle: Mistral Kitchen

My 24 hours in Seattle was coming to a close. Before heading out to the airport, we had lunch at Mistral Kitchen, just a couple blocks away from our hotel. Just about everybody… Continue reading