The second day was another demanding day for attendees of the International Food Bloggers Conference in Seattle as each of us was dispatched to one of 25 different Seattle restaurants for special dinners designed to show us some of the area’s great culinary creations.
Hosted by restaurant guide Urbanspoon, the restaurants included virtually every one of Seattle’s most notable tables, including RN74, Ray’s Boathouse, Matt’s in the Market, Sitka & Spruce, Spur Gastropub, and Mamnoon.
My group was routed to Wild Ginger, one of the longer-running success stories and one of the few places that took Asian fusion cuisine to fine dining heights.
Former USA Today reporter Doug Levy lives in New York City and spends a lot of his free time searching for great food and wine. As a PR pro, he specializes in healthcare and life sciences. Doug enjoys sharing his culinary observations which you can also read on his personal blog at Food and Wine World.
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