Co-hosts Kim Holcomb and Jim Dever, both on other assignments, are sure to be kicking themselves for missing out on some of the top food and drink as served up at Edmonds’ much-talked-about 190 Sunset restaurant, located next to the Cascadia Art Museum in Salish Crossing.
But KING-5 Evening Magazine hosts Saint Bryan and Michael King rose to the occasion, doing justice to an array of delicious starters and main courses from seared sea scallops to a secret-recipe lobster mac and cheese to juicy pan-seared halibut, all washed down with master mixologist Niles Peacock’s classic Gatsby-era bar specialties including the Bee’s Knees and the Corpse Reviver.
And despite this (or perhaps because of it), Saint and Michael still managed to record a great series of segments to be broadcast as part of Thursday evening’s show.
It was all part of Evening Magazine’s signature on-location broadcasts featuring interesting stories, colorful people and, of course, top places to eat, drink and enjoy life in Puget Sound country. And this is not the first time they’ve visited Edmonds — two years ago they broadcast on location from Salt and Iron, and again, My Edmonds News was there to catch the fun.
“It’s great having Evening Magazine visit us today,” said 190 Sunset Managing Partner Tom Budinick. “I’ve been very pleased at the enthusiastic response from the Edmonds community ever since we opened, and it’s wonderful that word is spreading around the area.”
— Story and photos by Larry Vogel