Seattle tapas (small plates) restaurants are intimate and cozy, but packed full of flavor. Inspired by Spanish, Mexican and Italian culture and food, stop in for happy hour or dinner with friends.
Seattle is one of the largest bicycle friendly cities in the US. May is National Bike Month, and thanks to the Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation and local businesses we can enjoy a month of cycling, reduce our carbon footprint, and pedal our way to better health! Here are some of the month’s events!
Not only do we in Seattle know a good sandwich, our lunch time staples are getting the attention of folks around the nation, too. Here are some of our favorite local sandwiches.
The LA-based shoe maker, TOMS, is asking us to go “one day without shoes” to raise awareness of the millions in the world who go without adequate footwear, or none at all. For every pair of TOMS you purchase, the company will send a pair of their shoes to a child in need. Here are some One Day Without Shoes events happening in Seattle on Tuesday, April 10.
Put a little spring in your step and head out to one of these community dances! Daddy-daughter dances, plus swing, cha cha, tango and more!
Five of the hottest high school jazz bands in the nation are right here in Seattle and they will display their chops for one amazing, jazz-filled evening. Come hear them at Starbucks 17th Annual HOT JAVA COOL JAZZ. All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the local schools’ music programs.
So you’ve got the kids on Valentine’s Day, and no sitter. You can still enjoy a special dinner with them in tow! Here are some of our favorite choices for kid-friendly dining on Valentine’s.
Want to start the new year off with a SPLASH? There are several Puget Sound area Polar Plunges. Many go to help Washington’s own Special Olympics.
New restaurants in Ballard and Melrose Market are making a big splash! Jump in, the water’s fine, and the menu is hearty and seasonally delicious!
The Seattle Opera is bringing the world-famous Carmen to McCaw Hall October 15 – 29.