Meg van Huygen

Meg van Huygen

Meg van Huygen has been writing for The Stranger for half of her damn life, usually about food or local history. She was born on the Hill, grew up on Queen Anne, went to school in the CD, and presently haunts the U District and Ballard most of the time. She dropped out of both Nova and Cornish. Her work has also appeared in Eater Seattle, Curbed Seattle, Seattle Weekly, Atlas Obscura, Mental Floss, and lots of other places. She fucking loves khinkali (see T-shirt).

Seattle Is So Lucky to Have Communion

Communion's rightfully cleaned up on the best-of lists for 2021, but it's about so much more than the (incredible, incredible) food.

More by Meg van Huygen

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The Last Word Nov 10 1:15 PM

The Amalfi Breeze at Serafina

Grab a Friend and Talk Shit over This Citrusy-Herbal Dream

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The Last Word Oct 10 3:22 PM

The Ohmu Negroni at Bar Sabine, and a Story About How I Was Wrong

Bar Manager Justin Fox’s Hayao Miyazaki-Themed Cocktail Menu Is Bold, a Little Bizarre, and Perhaps Not for Everyone. But It Might Be for You.

The Last Word Sep 6 12:34 PM

A New Column about Cocktails!

Baker’s Has a Summery Bring It On-Themed Cocktail List and the East Compton Clovers Is Totally Its Squad Captain

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Food & Drink Aug 10 4:23 PM

Quick! Celebrate Iced Coffee Season Before It Ends

My Blood is Now Milk and Caffeine. Join Me.

EverOut Jul 25 9:16 AM

Seattle Summer Bucket List

11 Things Everyone Should Do At Least Once

Film/TV Jun 24 9:39 AM

CatVideoFest Returns with Beloved Feline Films

Previously on Quasi-Hiatus, the Indoor-Only version of the Beloved Feline Film Festival Resumes This Weekend

Food & Drink Jun 13 5:31 PM

Seattle’s Top Baristas Are Back from the National Coffee Championships!

Here’s How Caffe Vita Placed in the Olympics of Coffee