Can You Guess Which 5 Seattle Restaurants Martha Stewart Loves?
I am a huge foodie, and I’m also nosy. I love being a food judge, writing my food column, and "dishing" about all sorts of underrated hidden gem restaurants across the state of Washington. I often wonder which Washington restaurants are beloved and frequented by celebrities like Joel McHale, Guy Fieri, and Bobby Flay. This morning, I decided to be nosious (curious + nosy) and see which restaurants in Washington state have made "the cut" according to Martha Stewart.
Martha Stewart has, as some would say, a world-renowned, discerning palate when it comes to restaurants. I was recently in Las Vegas and I walked past her new restaurant inside the Paris Casino and Hotel in Vegas, The Bedford.
The Bedford menu has a classy vibe and a spendy Vegas $$$ price list. That being said, I am kind of digging this upscale Martha Stewart “farmhouse charm” flair.
I’m old enough to remember watching her popular TV show, Martha Stewart Living. (I think it used to come on before the Oprah show.) Martha’s fans loved watching her create recipes, talk about home interior knick-knacks, and read her editorial recommendations in her Martha Stewart Living magazine.
Nowadays, her fans love smoking her strains of weed, creating their own versions of “Martha Stewart Weddings”, and checking out her new record-breaking centerfold spread in Sports Illustrated Magazine.
Martha, pallin' around with her new bestie, Snoop Dogg.
One of the drinks at The Bedford is the “Martha-Rita”. I’ve heard it is “to die for.”
Here Are 5 of Martha Stewart's Favorite Restaurants in Seattle
2601 W Marina Pl
1600 Pike Pl
When Martha was on a visit to Seattle a few years back, she said that she stopped by Beecher’s, because she loves their cheese in the stores she visits in New York and Wisconsin.
@teena_thach it doesnt get feta than this! @Beecher’s Handmade Cheese #fyp #cheesepull #washingtoncheck #pikeplacemarket #foodtiktok ♬ Jazz lo-fi hip hop(981860) - DELTA2 TRACS
2576 Aurora Ave N
‘Member that one time Martha Stewart had the owners and executive chef of Canlis on her television show? She had them give her viewers some Thanksgiving tips on baking the perfect juicy holiday turkey.
1180 Andover Park W
This artisan chocolate company made it to the finalists for a Martha Stewart competition for the best American-Made businesses. Their flavors are so wild and delicious, like this Cayenne Veracruz Orange chocolate one below.
223 W Galer St Suite A, Queen Anne
Trophy Cupcakes Co-Owner and cupcake baker extraordinaire, Jennifer Shea, has cupcakes so tasty that in 2019, Martha Stewart asked her to come on her TV show and talk about them during “Cupcake Week.”
Hopefully, you’ll get to visit one of Martha Stewart’s 5 favorite restaurants to eat in Seattle. Let me know which place is your favorite from this list!
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