Jewish food establishments in Seattle are a bit like the residents of the city itself: Are they here for good, or will we find out next week that they up and moved out of state?

A few foodie trends make us cautiously optimistic that we can start to love again.

In This Feature:

Where is the Great Seattle Jewish Deli?

Maybe we're looking in the wrong place.

12/06/2017 By Kathryn Robinson Illustrations by Amrita Marino

An Ancient Empire Gets New Life — on a Food Truck

A brother-sister pair in Olympia serve the food of the gods.

12/05/2017 By Pam Mandel Photography by Carlton Canary

Can Jonny Silverberg Bring the Deli?

With a successful latke-press sandwich food truck on the road, the young chef has dreams of deli.

12/05/2017 By Rebekah Denn Photography by Carlton Canary

Two Entrepreneurs Fill a Hole in the Wall with Their Bagel Dreams

Monica Dimas and Molly Westman want to bring the East Coast bagel out west.

12/05/2017 By Rebekah Denn Photography by Carlton Canary

The Rise and Fall of Seattle's Bagel Craze

Tracing the '90s bagel boom — and bust.

12/07/2017 By Nancy Leson Illustrations by Amrita Marino

Readers Share: What We Love (and Hate) About Seattle's Jewish Food Scene

When it comes to food, we have some strong opinions.

12/07/2017 Illustrations by Amrita Marino Edited by Emily K. Alhadeff

How an Unlikely Snack Turned into a Family Business

A local couple creates a hit "sipping broth."

12/07/2017 By Rebekah Denn Photography by Carlton Canary

Aviv Hummus Bar is About the Closest You're Going to Get to Israel in Seattle

David Nussabaum set out to create "that shuk feeling."

12/05/2017 Photography by Carlton Canary By Rebekah Denn

Seattle's Best-Kept Kosher Secret

The Summit serves haute-kosher cuisine.

12/05/2017 By Emily K. Alhadeff Photography by Carlton Canary

Seattle's First Kosher Meat Food Truck Revs Its Engine

KoGo wants to fill Seattle's kosher meat void.

12/05/2017 By Pam Mandel Illustrations by Amrita Marino