New Cat Cafe is the Purr-fect Spot to Unwind

A few blocks away from Seattle University campus on Belmont and Pine, the new Neko Seattle Cat Cafe offers a place for cat-lovers of all ages to relax and interact with some furry adoptable cats. This cafe experience has been open for three weeks and adds a different mix to the coffee and happy hour […]

Food Justice Teach-In Sets Tone for Future Talks

The Department of Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work (ASSW) started their year-long series of Social Justice Teach-Ins with their event on Tuesday called “Working Towards Food Justice.” Zoe Sexton, one of the student organizers for the opening event, said that the department decided to host these teach-ins in response to the current government administration and […]

Recipe for a “Zwicked Kitchen”

When Veronika Zwicke is not busy working on her degree, mentoring business students, serving as the president of the American Marketing Association or working for Seattle University Public Safety, she is blogging about her latest food endeavors. SAMIRA SHOBEIRI • THE SPECTATOR Veronika Zwicke, the founder and chef of Zwicked Kitchen. Zwicke is a fourth-year studying […]

Comadre Panaderia: A ‘Sweet’ Cause

There’s no need to feel guilty for eating delicious sweets for breakfast, especially if it’s for a good cause. For the past two Sundays, Amandine Bakeshop has hosted the Comadre Panaderia pop-up, which is donating all proceeds to victims of natural disasters in Puerto Rico, Mexico City and Oaxaca, Mexico. Head pastry chef Mariela Camacho, […]

Sit Down, Eat Humble Pie

Walking through the grapevine-covered entryway, the location, the materials, the people, the pizza and the owner Brian Solazzi of Humble Pie indicate that the restaurant aspires to embody humility. From the chicken coop that houses six hens, to the solar panels to the rooftop gardens, it is clear why this sustainable restaurant was a finalist […]

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