Aimee Rizzo

Seattle Editor

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Aimee Rizzo is a born-and-raised New Yorker who traded the big city for evergreen trees and eternal caffeination when making the move to the PNW in 2014. She launched The Infatuation Seattle in 2017 as the city’s sole Staff Writer before transitioning to Editor four years later. Before joining the team, Aimee used her degree in Screenwriting like any aspiring filmmaker would—by working in reality television. She has also penned food and wine words for Seattle Magazine, holds a certification in wines from the WSET, and is (technically) an award-winning actor. You can find her face-first in a cup of soft serve, popping the funkiest of pét-nats, or glued to the mic at karaoke night.

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SEA Review

Samurai Noodle

Samurai Noodle is a Japanese ramen shop in the International District that's perfect for slurping soup and avoiding people.

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SEA Guide

The Best Salads In Seattle

Where to eat plates of lettuce that taste good.

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SEA Guide

The Meals That Got Us Through 2020

It wasn’t easy, but we made it through the worst year ever. And these meals helped—a lot.

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SEA Review

Il Nido

Il Nido is an upscale Italian restaurant in West Seattle that specializes in homemade pasta and isn’t exactly worth the hype.

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SEA Review

Artusi

Artusi is the bar version of Spinasse, the incredible Italian restaurant next door. For cocktails and small plates on Capitol Hill, it doesn’t get much better.

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SEA Review

Shake Shack

Shake Shack is a counter service cheeseburger institution in South Lake Union. Prepare for lines.

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SEA Review

The Lookout

The Lookout is a dive bar on Capitol Hill with good fish and chips and a better view.