Category Archives: Food

John Oppenheimer Named to Anthony's Board

John Oppenheimer Named to Anthony's Board

Budd Gould, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors for Anthony’s Restaurants, is excited to announce John Oppenheimer, Founder and CEO of Columbia Hospitality, as the newest member of the Anthony’s Board of Directors.

JOHN OPPENHEIMER Joins BOARD FOR ANTHONY’S RESTAURANTSJohn Oppenheimer

Over the past 25 years, Mr. Oppenheimer has founded successful, private hospitality-related businesses. John was a founding general partner of Seattle Hotel Group, the investment group that developed the Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Seattle. In 1995, he founded Columbia Hospitality to manage Bell Harbor International Conference Center for the Port of Seattle.
“I’ve known Budd (Gould) since Columbia Hospitality was formed to operate Bell Harbor International Conference Center at Pier 66 in Seattle,” says Mr. Oppenheimer. “Anthony’s was building a restaurant at the same time and we collaborated together to help the Port of Seattle transform Seattle’s waterfront. Anthony’s is a Northwest icon that doesn’t sit still. It continues to evolve, refresh and enhance its operations. I am particularly impressed with the focus on team members, family feeling and constant attention to both team and the customer.” Continue Reading

Pollen Systems Launches Drone-Based Data and Analysis for Crop Growth

Pollen Systems Launches Drone-Based Data and Analysis for Crop Growth

On August 16, 2018, at the Auction of Washington Wines in Woodinville, WA, Pollen Systems Corporation (http://www.pollensystems.com) unveiled Pollen Scout, a drone-aided managed service and self-service portal that helps farms and vineyards monitor crop growth, discover irrigation issues, and investigate pests and diseases. Commercially certified Drone Technologists visit subscribing farms and vineyard sites weekly and… Continue Reading

Washington Beer Commission Presents Washington Beer BBQ

Washington Beer Commission is proud to announce the inaugural Washington Beer BBQ at the South Lake Union Discovery Center lawn (101 Westlake Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109). The event will feature 35 Washington breweries and more than 100 beers designed to pair perfectly with delectable smoked meats from Wood Shop BBQ, Meaty Johnson’s, and Seoul Bowl… Continue Reading

Spinasse Celebrates 10th Year

Spinasse Celebrates 10th Year

Spinasse has secured a spot as one of Seattle’s most notable and popular restaurants. The restaurant has struck a chord with both locals and visitors with its warm interior, casual, yet professional service, and commitment to the food and wine from Italy’s Piedmont region. Spinasse’s accolades are many, including a feature on the Food Network’s… Continue Reading

34th Anniversary for Bellevue Festival of the Arts is July 27-29 2018

Bellevue Festival of the Arts Excited to Be Back for 34th Year As a local arts festival that’s uniquely by artists, for artists, the 2018 Bellevue Festival of the Arts returns for its 34th year from July 27-29, 2018 in downtown Bellevue, Washington. Presented by the Craft Cooperative of the Northwest, the BFoA curates an… Continue Reading

Nicky USA's 18th Annual Wild About Game Event Tickets Now on Sale

Nicky USA's 18th Annual Wild About Game Event Tickets Now on Sale

Tickets Now on Sale for Nicky USA’s Wild About Game Event on Mt. Hood The Pacific Northwest’s meatiest cooking competition returns on September 30, 2018 at the Mt. Hood Oregon Resort on the slopes of Mt. Hood, featuring a battle between the region’s emerging chefs, an artisan marketplace, and cocktail competition Tickets are on sale… Continue Reading

There’s Still Time: Farmers and Ranchers Should Respond to Agriculture Census

All US Farmers and Ranchers Encouraged to Participate in Agriculture Census Agriculture Census. There’s still time. To ensure an accurate representation of the agriculture industry in this country, the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service has extended their 2017 Census of Agriculture response deadline through spring, and the Rural Coalition/Coalición Rural (RC)… Continue Reading

Crab King in Bellevue's Crossroad Neighborhood to Celebrate Grand Opening April 28th-30th

Bellevue has become a dining mecca and one of the city’s newest restaurants, Crab King, will be celebrating its Grand Opening April 28th through 30th by offering the house Shabu Shabu multi-course menu for half price.  Xiaomeng Liu and his wife Peipei have based their specialized Northern Japanese style restaurant on a favorite Sapporo crab… Continue Reading

Frank Rog Named New Executive Chef at Kirkland's Woodmark Hotel

Kirkland’s Woodmark Hotel & Still Spa, A Destination Hotel, recently announced the addition of Chef Frank Rog to the hotel’s leadership team. Chef Rog joins the Woodmark Hotel as the Executive Chef, and will oversee all culinary operations including Beach Cafe, bin on the lake, and the Woodmark Hotel’s corporate and social catering services. Chef Rog has… Continue Reading

Google Express comes to the Seattle area, will roll out to all shoppers in Washington in the coming weeks

Google launches Google Express, a fast delivery service, in Seattle Today, Google is expanding the Google Express service to a large portion of the Northwest and Southeast: Kentucky, Utah, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. Now, over 70 million more people will have access to two-day delivery shopping at… Continue Reading