Capitol Hill

In early June, Corvus & Co. opened on the eastern stretch of Broadway on Capitol Hill and, after a few name changes, has spread its wings throughout the summer months.

When Capitol Hill pizzeria Dino’s Tomato Pie opened about four months ago, it generated a flurry of chatter.

It’s a fine day when one of our favorite restaurants announces it is finally launching a brunch program.

With its gleaming white columns and a stately portico often seen decked in red, white and blue bunting, the “White House,” an almost 7,000-square-foot mansion perched atop North Capitol Hill, prompts more than a casual comparison to our nation’s “

Designers Andy Whitcomb and Forest Eckley are redefining the term “homemade” with their handcrafted furniture company, Brackish.

They look like decaying movie sets left over from some long-ago shoot. Across Capitol Hill, skeletal remnants of vintage brick buildings are propped up with girders and posts, while huge construction pits gape just behind.

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Fresh chips and specialty guacamoles are made daily at Poquitos on Capitol Hill

Let’s put the complaint that Seattle doesn’t have good Mexican food to rest—one restaurant at a time

Our cold winter months mean it’s oyster season. Slurp some down at Seattle's oyster and raw bars.

If three of a kind constitutes a trend, then bars that serve cured, smoked and sliced meats are the new black, at least on Capitol Hill.