This week's top hits from Eater Seattle, Curbed's sibling bar, restaurant, and nightlife blog.
CHEAP EATS--Dining out can add up way too fast, so Eater hand-picked nine Seattle restaurants serving square meals for $10 or less per person. Right this way to picks for huge pizzas, kimchi fried rice, and a famous sandwich that's worth waiting in line for.
THE SHUTTER-- Seattle lost two restaurants this week: Katsu Burger, the beloved Japanese/American spot in Georgetown serving green tea milkshakes and fries dusted with nori and Pritty Boys, the kid-centric pizza shop in Madrona. Also, Eater broke news that Mercer Island deli Stopsky's will shutter on Sunday after three years. Time to make the drive for your last Reuben.
UP-AND-COMERS-- L.A. transplant Paul Osher talks about culinary school ("a total train wreck,") his kitchen crew, and what seasonal cooking means in Seattle in a new Eater feature. Osher launched Porkchop & Co. in Ballard last April.