by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
In this issue:
Also: Venture off the beaten trail, starting with five alluring destinations in South Korea, China, Japan and Indonesia.
Courtesy of Library Bistro Bookstore Bar
Its beautiful atmosphere makes this setting beyond romantic.
Try Seattle's stamp on Piedimont cuisine.
How to Cook a Wolf
A culinary homage to the 1942 literary classic.
A steakhouse interpreted through a Korean lens.
Cozy restaurant serves some of the best small plates.
This Asian food will send you into a well-earned food coma.
Serious Pie serves some of the best pizza in the country.
Enjoy fresh fish from Pike Place Market.
The Walrus and the Carpenter
The classic oyster gets a modern treatment.
The Whale Wins
Inspired by the cuisines of southern Europe and England.
"I don't even know him ... I'm harvesting all these fantasies about some man I've never met ... who lives in Seattle." —Meg Ryan, Sleepless in Seattle
FEATURED // Seattle Art Museum
FEATURED // Club SUR
FEATURED // Fancy
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