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- Flintcreek Cattle Co., chef Eric Donnelly’s meat-tastic Greenwood follow-up to Fremont seafood favorite Rockcreek, is Seattle Met’s restaurant of the year.
- Whether as prep for an impending apocalypse or cheap fodder for its Amazonfresh delivery service, Amazon wants to develop ready-to-eat meals that are shelf-stable for at least a year — or, as U.S. soldiers know them, MREs.
- Today is the official opening day of Seattle’s first Halal Guys, lest anyone forget.
- The Shop, the fancy members-only car club that also houses Ethan Stowell’s new Derby restaurant, opens today too, and apparently one of Macklemore’s Cadillacs is already parked inside.
- This is the last chance to say goodbye to The People’s Pub, leaving Ballard after 17 years.
- Dick Cantwell, co-founder of Elysian Brewing, is going to help New Belgium and Oud Beersel make lambic in San Francisco.
- Because Portland’s always showing off, the city now has ice cream sandwiches made with deep-fried xurros.
- Why don’t alleged thieves ever want to meet at a good taco place, like Tacos Chukis?
- Tacoma’s train station hides macarons that taste every bit as good as they look:
Train station macarons are the perfect treats for travelers | ...
La Waffletz's delightful macarons are hidden in a Tacoma train stationPosted by Eater Seattle on Wednesday, August 9, 2017