Seattle's Foodie Roots
© Richard Gerhard Jung / Chicken with Olives
Recently ranked number one in Travel + Leisure's list of the Best Cities for Hipsters, Seattle is also one of the best cities for food lovers (see: coffee culture, doughnuts, Best New Chefs). But it hasn't always been that way. Seattle Magazine traces the city's obsession with food back to the 1962 World's Fair. Not only did the fair give the city its iconic Space Needle, but it also introduced Seattle to global cuisine, showcased foods of the Pacific Northwest and paved the way for today's terrific Seattle chefs such as Lark's Jonathan Sundstrom, who created this terrific recipe for Mediterranean Chicken with Olives and Preserved Lemon.