Dong Thap Noodles: A Pho-Nomenal Bowl of Food

For those looking to find sweet refuge from the stormy week in a cozy noodle shop, look no further! Bring a group of friends in to Dong Thap noodles for some pho-nomenal food, huge servings, and fairly reasonable prices. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR A hot bowl of small Pho Tai Nam with Sriracha sauce […]

Ezell’s Chicken Boasts Amazing Dinner Rolls (and Chicken)

Located on the corner in the Central District sits a local Seattle legend: Ezell’s Chicken; The shop is humble, it contradicts the rise of chic cafes and flashy fusion restaurants that are recently springing up around Capitol Hill and surrounding neighborhoods. TESS OWEN • THE SPECTATOR Freshly fried chicken made by Ezell’s. Although modest from […]

Dim Sum King Offers Cheap, Good Eats

On a street corner in the International District sits a little business called Dim Sum King. If you’re looking for some quick, cheap and good dim sum (around 80 cents a piece), then this is the place for you. MANDY RUSCH • THE SPECTATOR Dim Sum King is a small restaurant with plants lining the […]

Hole-In-A-Wall Manu’s Tacos Among Seattle’s Best

Seattle is a city always craving new taco spots. Compared to other cities, it’s lacking a variety of yummy taco joints. Any Seattleite who enjoys a good taco (everyone) knows that any time another taco spot opens it needs to be compared to the few existing authentic taco places that call Seattle home. Tucked in […]

Lunar New Year: Seattle Celebrates the Year of the Rooster

This weekend saw a number of changes, including the introduction to the year of the Rooster. The International District hosted a celebration that called on folks from around the city of Seattle to come together and celebrate the Lunar New Year. The event hosted a number of traditional performances, delicious food and events for guests […]

Sink Your Teeth into Katsu Burger

It was tired feet and growling stomachs that led my group of women’s marchers into the new Katsu Burger on Saturday. We had been walking for a few hours with the Women’s March before deciding we needed to fuel up to make it through the day. Our choice of fuel? A deep-fried burger, nori fries […]

Hidden Figures: A Story of Tenacity and Spirit

The 1960s in America was a time of social revolution, heartbreak, and triumph. Set in 1961, during a time of sit-ins and peaceful protests, “Hidden Figures” tells the true story of three African-American women who work at NASA and struggle toward their dreams, despite the oppression they face inside and outside their workplace. PHOTO VIA […]

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