Two families in the Seattle suburb of Kent were taken to hospitals Friday night after suffering separate cases of possible carbon monoxide poisoning.
On a cool winter day with football and a cold one, nothing seems to satisfy like a steaming bowl of chili. Here’s where you can find a hearty dish in Seattle…. some even with a jalapeno kick!
Ever wonder what goes into the process of winemaking? During the first two weekends in October, 16 boutique wineries in Chelan invite you to come see, and participate in, the process of winemaking during their annual Crush event! It’s a different kind of harvest celebration!
Famous Dave’s BBQ is celebrating its founder, “Famous Dave” Anderson. That means, in Washington, anyone named Dave, David, or Davy eats free at any Famous Dave’s BBQ Restaurant on Sunday, August 14.
Sometimes good pub grub is the only thing that will satisfy. A good ballgame, a good beer, and some good hot wings? Seattle’s got them all. And even one of those wing locations will be featured on the Food Network on July 29!
In this week’s Dining and Wine section of the New York Times, Seattle’s own Tom Douglas’ special meat and seafood spices are applauded.
Skiing on Crystal in July? Yes, indeed. And if you’ve hung up your skis, don’t worry. You can dance, eat, and horseback ride on the mountain this weekend.
Come celebrate the best reds and whites over the Fourth of July weekend. From swing dances, to barbeques, live music and wine tastings galore, Woodinville is brimming with wine events for you!
The Pacific Northwest isn’t exactly known for its Southern cuisine. That said, Seattle has several places that pay proper respect to the pit. Our list of the best barbecue in Seattle includes Jones Barbeque, Pecos Pit, Pig Iron, Longhorn and RoRo BBQ.