Tom Douglas’s creativity with local ingredients and his respect for Seattle’s ethnic traditions have helped put his three restaurants and Seattle on the national culinary map.
Join Douglas and celebrate the Emerald City’s rich culinary traditions: sweet Dungeness crabs, razor clams, rich artisanal cheeses, and deeply flavored Northwest beers. Share in the delight of sophisticated Washington wines, fresh vegetables, fruits, and the exotic flavors of the Pacific Rim countries. Here you’ll find everything from Japanese bento-box lunches and steaming bowls of Vietnamese soup to short ribs and blackberry cobbler.
Douglas also gives readers a tour of his adopted city, with his list of the top 10 best things to do — and eat — in Seattle, from his favorite ethnic markets and neighborhoods to where to get the best breakfast.
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