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Pacific Northwest

Spaghetti and Meatballs Portland

Taylor Railworks Spaghetti & Meatballs (Dose of Vitamin P) [CLOSED]

Erik Van Kley, the former Little Bird chef, opened Taylor Railworks on the East side of the Willamette River in September 2015 featuring “Borderless American Cuisine.” The space stands out in an industrial area,...
Pie Portland

Sweedeedee Salted Honey Pie (Food of the Week)

Eloise Augustyn’s north Portland cafe, Sweedeedee, is almost too charming for words. This former kaleidoscope factory connects to Mississippi Records, features a yellow and white awning, shelves of pickle jars, and lighting care of...
Bacon Portland

Screen Door Praline Bacon (Dose of Vitamin P)

Pralines are the powerfully sweet confections crafted from pecans, sugar, butter and cream. They’re practically candy gospel in New Orleans, and almost always too sweet for my taste. However, Screen Door, a Southern restaurant...
French Food Portland

Le Pigeon Seared Foie Gras (Food of the Week)

I’m certainly not someone who worships at the altar of foie gras, and while the fattened duck liver’s extinction from California struck me as arbitrary, my state clearly has plenty of great ingredients remaining...
Monument Seattle

Seattle Top Food + Drink Guide

Seattle has always been a hub for innovation, whether that’s involved logging, aerospace or technology. Now the ingenuity extends to cuisine, and it’s never been a better time to eat or drink in the...
Craft Beer Seattle

Fremont Brewing Universale Pale Ale (Drink of the Week)

It takes a serious craft beer bar to even have a Randall on hand. The double chamber device, created by Dogfish Head in 2002, has the ability to infuse the beer you’re running through...