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What a Week for Capitol Hill Restaurant Closings

Today, the owners of Italian restaurant Machiavelli posted the dreaded note on Instagram. The note takes many forms (the actual notes...

Ninth and Hennepin Makes Doughnuts for People Who Hate Sprinkles

When dreaming up new doughnut flavors, not many people would look to salad for inspiration. But Justin Newstrum never did have...

How Did January Become Summer Camp Season?

The first month of the year arrives as this glorious blank slate. Until we fill it with grids. And so begins...

These Are Seattle’s 2024 James Beard Semifinalists

What a week: first the Oscar nominations. And today, the James Beard Foundation announced its 2024 restaurant and chef award semifinalists....

Seattle’s Most Underrated Restaurants

Yes, Fonda la Catrina in Georgetown is a reliable destination for the warm embrace of some pozole, carne asada, and enchiladas. But next door, its little...

It’s a New Era at King Donuts

The entire extended family was gathered in Seattle before her youngest son’s wedding, so Kim Sok seized the opportunity to tour...

You’ve Never Seen Doughnuts like These Before

Growing up in Venezuela, Claudia Monroy didn’t really eat doughnuts. But when she moved to Seattle from Florida for a job at...

This Local Company Has Been Making The World’s Doughnuts for 101 Years

Down the end of a bland road in Auburn you’ll find a cluster of equally nondescript industrial buildings. And exactly zero...

The Evolution of Seattle Doughnuts

Dahlia Lounge (1990s)The seminal restaurant opened in 1989; mini doughnuts arrived a few years later, when owner Tom Douglas wanted to use up extra scraps...

Behold, the Best Doughnuts in Seattle

Whether you're into cake or raised—or mochi—it's hard to resist the fried charms of a doughnut. And whoa, has Seattle got breadth in this department. ...

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