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Revel

I’m not certain why it took so long, but after several months I finally stopped in at Revel (and Quoin). The only regret I have is that I did not try Rachel Yang’s and Seif Chirchi’s Fremont restaurant (and bar) sooner. Upon walking in, I immediately noticed the restaurant is warm, not only the atmosphere, …

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Tacos

Has anyone else fallen in love, head over heels, with the street food/food truck craze? Obviously you have. And if you haven’t, I’m not sure what’s wrong with you. My newest obsession is Taco Chukis in Capitol Hill. Granted, Taco Chukis doesn’t have a food truck (so let’s get on that guys and then park …

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Luc

Thierry Rautureau, better known as (and easier to pronounce) The Chef in the Hat, has been greeting Seattleites for a long time as the owner of Rover’s in Madison Park. While the menu at Rover’s is sure to put a dent in your billfold, the Menu Degustation is certainly worth it as you’ll sample dishes …

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The Chieftain [via thrillist]

Sometimes the same thing can mean vastly different things to different people — your track coach calling you a “one-minute man”, is just a crude way to point out your endurance is poor, but when your girlfriend does it sh…well, okay, bad example. Providing you with a good example thanks to its semi-controversial name, The …

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Tommy Gun [via Thrillist]

Opened within shooting distance of the planned Cap Hill Light Rail spot, this 50-seat Prohibition-themed drinkery (from the gangstress behind The Bottleneck) boasts eats curated by one of the chefs at Skillet (porchetta sandwiches, black truffle popcorn, etc.), and plentiful suds options ranging from Boundary Bay IPA, to Spring Reign Ale, but not Spring Reign …

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Uneeda Burger

I had a sudden crazy craving for Paseo.  If you’ve never heard of Paseo (not sure that’s possible if you live in Seattle), it’s a Cuban-style sandwich shop in Seattle that has been featured on Food Network’s best sandwiches series.  Paseo often has long lines out its door and they are sometimes so busy that …

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Dine Around Seattle: March 1st–31st

Get ready to start making reservations!  Dine Around Seattle is coming back for its 10th year.  Over 20 of Seattle’s most delicious restaurants will feature a $30 pre-fixe dinner and a $15 pre-fixe lunch from Sunday through Thursday during the month of March.  Check out the Dine Around Seattle site for more info.  In the …