• New Restaurant Eden Hill Tempts Diners on KOMO TV 12.21.15

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    Eden Hill is a welcomed newcomer to the Seattle dining scene. Situated on top of Queen Anne, the restaurant is already generating some amazing buzz. Chef-owner Maximillian Petty, just 27, is taking New American cuisine and injecting it with intrigue, inspiration, and fun!


    Chef Maximillian stopped by KOMO TV recently to chat about his restaurant and serve up his signature Crispy Pig Head Candybar, Lick the Bowl (Foie Gras Cake Batter) and Lamb Neck Spaghetti.

    Check out the segment below, preview the new menu, make your reservations, then enjoy a beautifully prepared dinner from a talented chef.

    If you need more convincing, take a peek at Chef Maximillian’s Instagram.

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  • The “Hometown Showdown” is on! 03.25.11

    A debate is brewing on who has the best donuts in Seattle, spurred by the announcement of the upcoming Food Network Challenge: Donut Champions. The hometown showdown between Mighty-O Donuts and Top Pot Doughnuts is heating up. Watch the KOMO News spot and weigh in with your taste test preference before tuning into Food Network on April 10, 8 p.m.

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  • Final course of inaugural Seattle Restaurant Week 05.06.10

    The inaugural Seattle Restaurant Week has come to a close and we are thrilled to have been part of this King County celebration of food. With 106 restaurants involved in the two week promotion offering 3 courses for $25, our outreach took us from far-reaching local media outlets to treasured neighborhood blogs. We hope that the diners and restaurants enjoyed Seattle Restaurant Week as much as we enjoyed executing the public relations for it.

    KOMO TV highlighted our online video shoot on a cold February morning at Gas Works Park with chefs, Sea Gals, Mariners Moose and Jay Buhner. KING TV covered the business boom that the promotion brought to local restaurants and the city’s radio airwaves also joined the broadcast coverage as well. Go-to online sources from Daily Candy to Seattle Picks included their excitement for Seattle Restaurant Week and online news sources All You Can Eat and’s The Big Blog covered the dining frenzy too. Neighborhood blogs including My Ballard, Queen Anne View and Eat Bellevue were proud to post their neighborhood restaurant participants – giving neighborhood residents a reason to go out and dine while also attracting people from around the Puget Sound to their neighborhood notables, hot spots and classics. We also garnered additional angles including kid-friendly restaurant participants with Cascadia Kids and top restaurant picks with Delishhh.

    Mayor McGinn and the City of Seattle honored Seattle Restaurant Week with an official proclamation recognizing the promotion and the restaurant industry’s impact on the city’s vitality, tourism and overall economic landscape.

    Along the way we also had some fun creating and shooting an online video with Kids R Paramount to further promote Seattle Restaurant Week. The video played on the idea of reservations for Seattle Restaurant Week being such a hot commodity that diners were willing to take on trapeze acts at The Pink Door, throwing out wombat freckle phrases over wine tastings at Purple Café and Wine Bar, Bellevue and trying their hand at ethnic cooking techniques at Moshi Moshi in Ballard – all to get a reservation to dine. Lifestyle expert Kelley L. Moore lent her on-camera talents and affinity for crabs to pull the whole piece together.

    And of course we dined! We dined at many of the restaurants in support of Seattle Restaurant Week and in support of the overall restaurant industry. Our only regret is that we couldn’t make it to more restaurants during the two weeks. We hope that anyone with a passion for great food was able to dine for a deal during this celebration of food. It’s slated for round two this fall so keep your eyes peeled and your palate’s salivating for the list of restaurants partaking in the next Seattle Restaurant Week.

    Thanks to Seattle Restaurant Cooperative and for assembling such an amazing dining celebration and allowing us to be your public relations partner.

    Sushi Rolling Challengers with the expert

    Heavy Restaurant chef Mike Davis takes his cue

    Trapeze artists shows off her moves

    Kelley and the crab

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