Archive | brunch RSS feed for this section

A ravishing brunch at Rover’s

Thierry Rautureau, the Chef in the Hat, is seemingly everywhere in the local food scene. When he’s not cooking up a storm in his own kitchen, he’s out collaborating with other chefs or dining at other restaurants, supporting the industry as a whole. This is…
Continue Reading

I Want Some More: Olivar Offers Brunch

Olivar’s been getting rave reviews since opening in the Loveless building on Capitol Hill, and starting today, they’re introducing brunch service that looks to be a winner. No batter dishes here; Chef Phillippe Thomelin is doing the egg, cheese, potato and bacon thing with his…
Continue Reading

Seattle Sound 6/08: Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

Looking beyond French toast for the city’s best brunch In his gritty Kitchen Confidential, Anthony Bourdain describes brunch as “punishment block for the ‘B’-Team cooks” who salvage “old, nasty odds and ends” to create dishes that sometimes include hollandaise, which he warns “is a veritable…
Continue Reading
Page 2 of 212