A Traditional Taste Of Italy Made In Chelsea’s Ritorno London

Launched in February of this year, Ritorno London sits on one of Chelsea’s most famous thoroughfares, the King’s Road. Simon Wittenberg went along to enjoy an evening at the new Italian restaurant. Ritorno has brought an authentic Italian aperitivo experience to London. This 80-cover eatery primarily caters for people who are looking to have a … More A Traditional Taste Of Italy Made In Chelsea’s Ritorno London

Best Summer Cocktails: 16 Easy Drinks You Can Make This Season

I was in Kentucky just last week, visiting a fraction of the American Whiskey Trail. And at the Bulleit cocktail hour, I was handed what they called a BLT (Bulleit, lemon, tonic)—right before a proper Southern dinner of pulled pork, baked beans, and potato salad was served. The drink was basically a highball with the ginger … More Best Summer Cocktails: 16 Easy Drinks You Can Make This Season

Food and Wine Magazine Names Portland’s Tusk 2017 Restaurant of the Year

The restaurant from Joshua McFadden’s Submarine Hospitality scores it big. Today, Food and Wine Magazine released its Restaurants of the Year 2017 — the “definitive list of the 10 most exciting new places to eat in America now” — and among the featured restaurants from across the country is Portland’s Tusk, the farm-forward, Middle Eastern-inspired … More Food and Wine Magazine Names Portland’s Tusk 2017 Restaurant of the Year

Build Custom Ice Cream Sandwiches To Go at Central District’s Latest Shop

Back in the dark, chilly days of January, Eater brought you news of a new ice cream and sweets shop called Street Treats opening in the Central District. Hope you’re feeling a little warmer, because the shop officially opened  April 22, at 2407 E Union St, Suite C. This is the brick-and-mortar version of a … More Build Custom Ice Cream Sandwiches To Go at Central District’s Latest Shop

Unexpectedly Excellent Plates of Pasta in Seattle

Seattle may feel far from Italy, but when it comes to pasta, this city can hang, what with the likes of Il Corvo and its legendary short-list of fresh noodles, or Italian icon Spinasse with its famed tajarin, those egg yolk-colored noodles in a delicate butter-and-sage sauce. For all the top options, check out Eater … More Unexpectedly Excellent Plates of Pasta in Seattle

Portland Food Hall Throws Open the Doors on Friday Downtown

“With Pine Street opening ahead of us, we needed to do something different,” says Andres Ochoa The third food hall to set up shop downtown in the past year will opens its doors at 11 a.m. on April 14, at 827 SW 2nd Ave. Located next door to Luc Lac and across the street from … More Portland Food Hall Throws Open the Doors on Friday Downtown

Sonoma’s Newest Restaurant Reinvents Fine Dining

Sonoma County’s hyperconscious new restaurant presents a stunning reinvention of the fine-dining experience. It is admittedly obsessive. Chef Kyle Connaughton—who formerly headed the research and development kitchen for Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck in the United Kingdom and has cooked at restaurants from Spago in Beverly Hills to Michel Bras in Japan—rethought every detail of the … More Sonoma’s Newest Restaurant Reinvents Fine Dining

10 Over-the-Top Easter Eggs That Are Almost Too Beautiful to Eat

Jelly beans are fine, and dyed eggs are cute, but the Easter tradition we love more than any other is a deliciously decadent chocolate egg. And nowhere is this spring treat more delectable than in Paris, where some of the world’s best pastry chefs toil away every year to create the most extravagant and over-the-top … More 10 Over-the-Top Easter Eggs That Are Almost Too Beautiful to Eat

Drift Away at Seattle’s Top Teahouses

Although Seattle, and, indeed, America, appear to run on coffee, many other cultures in the world typically choose tea  — did you know it’s actually the second-most consumed beverage in the world after water? Since one of Seattle’s greatest qualities is its representation of diverse cultures, particularly from tea-loving Asian countries like China and Japan, … More Drift Away at Seattle’s Top Teahouses