Home · Articles · By Elizabeth Dye
 

Dish Review


Food Reviews & Stories
Despite its modest sign and dim stairway, Masu�s interior beguiles with sexy urbanism. The menu offers a compromise between Western-style platings, the typical a la carte sushi experience, and a love affair with tempura. Sauces kick the food out of the simple raw-fish realm and into a heavier, mor   More
 
Monday, January 30, 2006 Elizabeth Dye

Dish Review


Food Reviews & Stories
Despite its modest sign and dim stairway, Masu's interior beguiles with sexy urbanism. The menu offers a compromise between Western-style platings, the typical a la carte sushi experience, and a love affair with tempura. Sauces kick the food out of the simple raw-fish realm and into a heavier, more    More
 
Monday, January 30, 2006 Elizabeth Dye

Dish Review


Food Reviews & Stories
The restaurant’s take on Thai isn’t the most inventive, but its reliably tasty, affordable food is peppered with just enough surprises to make it stand out. Noodles are the star attraction of the menu, with a half-dozen “pads” to choose from, most made of the broad, flat rice noodles that offer sati   More
 
Monday, January 30, 2006 Elizabeth Dye

Dish Review


Food Reviews & Stories
Located inside an old social club, the pub has the casual disarray of a private home’s den. Mismatched furniture is grouped loosely in an informal seating area, TVs broadcast sporting events, and décor is masculine and hockey-themed. The menu offers past, meaty entrees and sandwiches, but pizza is t   More
 
Monday, January 9, 2006 Elizabeth Dye

Restaurant Guide 2005


Food Reviews & Stories
When the latest neighborhood bistro fails to deliver, come downtown, and home to Higgins. This white-tablecloth classic gives an air of confidence without a whiff of pretense, as the kitchen of chef/owner Greg Higgins—doyen of fine and fresh Northwest cooking—should. Despite the august v   More
 
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Elizabeth Dye

Restaurant Guide 2005


Food Reviews & Stories
To call Navarre a tapas bar would omit the nuanced intimacy and boutique charm of the place: long community tables, shelves groaning with jars of pickles and preserves, whisper-thin water glasses, the hand-scrawled menu offering more than 20 small plates in multiple portion sizes. Nightly specials t   More
 
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Elizabeth Dye

Restaurant Guide 2005


Food Reviews & Stories
Once a mailbox-sized neighborhood secret whose "no reservations" policy made for interminable waits (and the people did wait), TDD is now all grown up. An expanded, twilit dining room (including a generous-sized bar for expectant diners) provides the backdrop for a menu that celebrates beloved favor   More
 
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Elizabeth Dye

Restaurant Guide 2005


Food Reviews & Stories
The initials stand for "distrito federal," Mexico City's nickname, but if you're seeking an informal, menudo-munchers taqueria, head north to Alberta (or south—to Mexico). DF is situated in a soulless Pearl District storefront, warmed with Tuscan-toned paint, a dance-music soundtrack, and spic   More
 
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Elizabeth Dye

Restaurant Guide 2005


Food Reviews & Stories
Much has been made of the hype surrounding the latest endeavor from the folks who brought us both Family Supper and clarklewis. And most of the comments about this "gastropub" have been in the favorable column. If there's a gripe, though, it's GBT's failure to live up to and enliven the tavern motif   More
 
Wednesday, October 19, 2005 Elizabeth Dye

Public Spaces

One new public house reveres pub grub. The other redefines it.


Food Reviews & Stories
f Shaun of the Dead is any indication, pubs are more than just watering holes-much more. The hero of this recent camp flick chooses his neighborhood pub, the Winchester, as his fortress against a Lond ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 20, 2005 Elizabeth Dye
Top Articles from Elizabeth Dye
No articles in this section
 

Web Design for magazines

Close
Close
Close