Vegetarian in Philly Cheesesteak land: Vedge. This restaurant has received rave reviews and even though I’m nowhere near a vegetarian I just had to try it out. I was not disappointed. It was a snowy night in Philly and I didn’t get into town until quite late but the space is warm and inviting and......
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Trivia night: Northlake Tavern. A group of us stopped by after a meeting and it just happened to be trivia night. It’s been a few years since I’ve been here…but it’s been around since 1954. I was also reminded that my first visit was over 30 years ago! The pizza is fairly typical as is......
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More ice cream: Salt & Straw. Very popular place on Capitol Hill. They have a eclectic selection of flavors and pride themselves on local selections…for Seattle, flavors like Beecher’s Cheese with peppercorn toffee, Rachel’s Raspberry Ginger Beer and, Elm Coffee with Westland Whiskey. This visit I had a double scoop of Elm Coffee and Westland......
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Last updated on April 10th, 2019 at 10:17 pmFinger licking good & it’s not the Colonel: Bonchon. They have multiple restaurants in the US and about 300 worldwide but this is the first for Seattle….and, as typical the soft opening a few weeks ago was mobbed with people. At this point, I was hoping the line wouldn’t......
Last updated on April 10th, 2019 at 10:18 pmQuick lunch: Delicatus @ The Hall. Small deli just above the University Street Light Rail station at Benaroya Hall.  It’s very convenient if you’re headed downtown and are looking for lunch with a sandwich in mind. My choice was one of their signature sandwiches, the Mudd Honey….a......
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Last updated on April 10th, 2019 at 10:19 pmMediterranean on Beacon Hill: Homer. I’d heard a lot about this relatively new place so I waited awhile to visit, hoping the crowds would die down a bit. Finally visited on a beautiful Sunday afternoon arriving about 30 minutes after they opened….and they were packed! Sat at......