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Bethany Jean Clement—The Stranger’s restaurant reviewer (and arts editor)—eats food. Her writing about this has appeared in the Best Food Writing anthologies (including the upcoming edition), Food & Wine magazine, Gourmet.com, Beard House (the magazine of the James Beard Foundation), Town & Country, Edible Seattle, and more. She lives one mile from where she grew up on Capitol Hill and one mile in the other direction from the offices of The Stranger.

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Date

  • Suggests

    Soba at Nook

    Nook is normally just a tiny, adorable cafe on the Ave that makes unstoppably delicious biscuits.
    Posted on 02/08/2012
  • Food & Drink

    Now Open

    New Places for Stuffing Faces
    Posted on 02/08/2012
  • Suggests

    Soup at Wheeler Street Kitchen

    Greg Campbell and his wife, Carrie, were Garfield High School sweethearts (go Bulldogs!) and are as nice as people can be.
    Posted on 02/01/2012
  • Food & Drink

    The Stranger's First Annual Local Liquor Taste Test

    The Arduous Research Is Complete and the Results of the Local Liquor Taste Tests Are In—You’re Welcome!
    Posted on 01/25/2012
  • Local Liquor Taste Tests

    Furniture Polish and Marshmallows

    The Local Vodka Taste-Test Results
    Posted on 01/25/2012
  • Suggests

    Hama Hama Oysters

    The Hama Hama Company is a shellfish farm started in 1922, located where the nearly unbearably scenic Hamma Hamma River meets Hood Canal.
    Posted on 01/18/2012
  • Food & Drink

    You Can Keep Your Pretension

    The Pleasures of Staying a Spell at the Innkeeper
    Posted on 01/18/2012
  • Food & Drink

    Now Open

    Little Uncle, Belle Clementine, Manhattan Drugs, MORE!
    Posted on 01/11/2012
  • Suggests

    Il Corvo

    Mike Easton believes that his pasta can control the weather, and he’s probably right.
    Posted on 01/04/2012
  • Food & Drink

    Good-Bye Forever: 2011 Restaurant Regrets

    Good-Bye Forever: 2011 Restaurant Regrets
    Posted on 01/04/2012
  • Suggests

    Oyster Happy Hours

    As they are contrary creatures, oysters taste best when the weather is horrible and the days are dark—a bright spot on the half shell in the depths of a Pacific Northwest January.
    Posted on 12/28/2011
  • Books

    Shiro: Local Hero

    A Sushi Master's Memoir (with Tons of Photos)
    Posted on 12/28/2011
  • Food & Drink

    The World's Greatest Mexican Diner

    Plus, It Has Every Kind of Mezcal in the State
    Posted on 12/28/2011
  • Food & Drink

    Eat at the Blind Pig

    Chalkboards and Sturgeon Where Sitka & Spruce Used to Be
    Posted on 12/21/2011
  • Suggests

    Spanish Coffee

    Some say the Spanish first united coffee and alcohol. Moorish conquerors from the Umayyad caliphate brought the Iberian Peninsula coffee beans...
    Posted on 12/14/2011
  • Food & Drink

    Worth the Wait

    From the Earth to the Plate at Terra Plata
    Posted on 12/14/2011
  • Food & Drink

    Now Open

    Blind Pig Bistro, Pinky's Kitchen, and More Restaurants With Funny Names
    Posted on 12/14/2011
  • Suggests

    Cocktail Advent Calendar

    Rob Roy (and generally great) bartender Andrew Bohrer doesn’t want you to be embarrassed to order sticky-sweet holiday-time adult beverages—do they not bring joy?
    Posted on 12/07/2011
  • Food & Drink

    Past Perfect

    Things Are Different at Campagne's New Incarnation, Marché
    Posted on 12/07/2011
  • Food & Drink

    Now Closed

    Recent Seattle Restaurant RIPs
    Posted on 12/07/2011

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