Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Local Burger in Bellevue Now Offers Catered Box Meals

Bellevue businesses and patrons now have a sustainable and local option for box meals

Local Burger , Bellevue’s latest hotspot for affordable, locally-sourced and sustainable options now offers box catering deliveries and catering platters. Known for their eclectic variety of burgers and sides, Local Burger’s box catering will consist of an all new menu featuring hand-made sandwiches, wraps and salads all paired with a bag of Tim’s Cascade Potato Chips and a fresh chocolate chip cookie.

Paseo is closed. Forever.

The #2 top rated restaurant on Yelp in the United States has closed unexpectedly today due to claims filed from employees. The popular Caribbean sandwich shop has closed both locations due to its recent lawsuit.  

Here is a post from a Reddit user earlier today

"Plaintiffs were treated differently than non-Hispanic and non-Mexican employees in the terms and conditions of their employment. On at least one occasion, a manager told them that he was "told that he was supposed to be hard on you guys" referring to Plaintiffs. Plaintiffs were also discouraged from and/or denied the opportunity to seek medical treatment when injured at work."

Read full complaint here

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Time to Give Lamb Another Taste

By Matt Templon

If you have thought that lamb is supposed to have a gamey taste to it, now might be the time to try it again. The lamb that you get from the store can be from anywhere in the world. That being said, like most products, the closer to home it comes from, the better and fresher tasting it is.

Li’l Woody’s Sends You Home For the Holidays (Contest)

“My Home, Seattle” Contest Starts Today— Winner Earns Roundtrip Ticket Home to Seattle for the Holidays

Li’l Woody’s wants to send you home to Seattle for the holidays. The “My Home, Seattle” contest starts today on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram). Li’l Woody’s loves Seattle and wants to hear how much everyone else loves and misses it, too. One “My Home” story will be selected to win a roundtrip ticket home to Seattle along with other prizes.

Holiday Pop-Up Shop at Canal Market

Canal Market isn’t quite ready to open, but Ericka Burke is too excited to bring her selection of curated goods to the neighborhood—so she’s hosting a pop-up shop right next door! The shop will open for business at 2917 Fuhrman Ave E on November 22. The shop will be open Tuesday – Sunday, from 10am – 7pm, all the way up until Christmas Eve, when the shop will close at 3pm.

Monday, November 3, 2014

Seastar Restaurant in Seattle to Close in January 2015

Seastar’s Bellevue Location Will Remain Open

Chef John Howie regretfully announces that effective January 3, 2015, Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar located in Seattle will close to the public. Chef Howie would like to thank loyal guests for their continued support of Seastar in Seattle, and also express gratitude to the restaurant’s dedicated staff. Seastar’s success could not be possible without either. The restaurant will remain open with regular dining at lunch and dinner until the closure, and Chef Howie hopes to see guests stop by and celebrate a remarkable five years in South Lake Union.

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Dine Around Seattle Returns with 57 Participating Restaurants, Starts November 2nd

Dine Around Seattle, the popular twice-yearly annual event, has added 14 new restaurants to its extensive roster of area dining. From classic downtown establishments to favorite neighborhood joints, Dine Around Seattle encourages locals to explore Seattle’s cuisine at an inviting price.

Tate's List Launches First Online Network for the Restaurant and Bar Industry


Tate’s List, the first go-to online network for the restaurant and bar industry in the Puget Sound area, successfully launched its fourth “Industry Only” tasting event on Monday, October 20th.

More than 150 representatives from 50 different restaurants and bars, came out to the Pike Place Market Atrium event space to sample, network and discover new products for their establishments. The gathering included 26 producers pouring wines, beers, ciders and spirits. Also in attendance were the Puget Sound Food Hub, Farmstr, and Starlight Desserts.