With a new floor, freshly painted walls and the busy chatter of customers, Cafe Racer re-opened on Friday — seven weeks after a gunman killed four people inside in one of Seattle’s worst mass shootings.
If you are looking to celebrate Rover’s birthday, or just want some local, organic and natural treats for your pet, we’ve found some great places in Seattle that put four-legged friends first!
The much anticipated Chihuly Garden and Glass is opening Monday, May 21 and will be the most comprehensive presentation of Seattle’s most celebrated glass blowing artist’s work.
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.
Don’t fret over a hot oven on Easter Sunday. Order one of these delicious holiday meals and enjoy the day with your family and friends!
Shaken, stirred or with a twist, your martini will come out looking beautifully (and so will you!) at one of these Puget Sound martini lounges.
Bowling alleys are getting high tech these days, with club lighting, special effects, great music and more. With delicious food and drink, and your friends, and you’ve got the weekend sewn up.
Looking for a healthy start to 2012? Here’s are some of our favorite juice bars around the Sound. Not only do they serve up delicious, vitamin packed beverages, but they also serve up healthful snack and lunch options. Here’s to your health!
It may be Spring in Seattle, but there’s still a chill in the air. And when coffee or tea just won’t do the trick, there’s something about a thick and rich cup of hot chocolate that makes even the dreariest days seem brighter. And we found some of the most flavorful and indulgent places for hot chocolate in the area.
We all know the “big name” book retailers in town, but Seattle is home to some quaint little bookstores that serve up lattes, teas and some pretty good grub, too.