From Caribbean to Chinese, Seattle has some of the hottest dishes from across the globe. Put the passport away and travel to the best spicy spots in town.
Looking for a unique spa experience? Something other than a basic facial or manicure? How about a Korean or Chinese body scrub? A hydrotherapy pool? An African foot soak? A holistic approach? Check out some of these one-of-a-kind spas in Puget Sound for your next relaxing spa day.
DANCE This! brings together local teen dancers and guest artists from diverse communities around the Sound (and the world). They perform cross-cultural dances, both traditionally rooted and contemporary, sharing their culture through the art of dance. They’ll be performing on Friday and Saturday, July 13 and 14, at Seattle’s Moore Theatre.
Puget Sound is hopping this weekend with festivals celebrating cheese, Chinese culture and arts and crafts. Plus, the Seattle International Film Festival kicks off, and it’s Armed Services Day. There’s plenty to do in the Seattle area May 18 – 20. Don’t miss out.
It’s a weekend of celebration! Lunar New Year festivities, animals and nature, Seattle Boat Show, Sportmen’s Show, Tacoma Home and Garden Show and more. The snow has melted. Time to get out and explore!
Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a special dinner this week at one of these Seattle area eateries. It’s the lucky year of the dragon. Put on your lucky red and head out to enjoy!
With a welcoming nod to the Year of the Dragon, here are some authentic Asian tea houses in the Seattle area where you can sip, and regain a little zen in your life. Enjoy a traditional tea ceremony, tour the only remaining Sento in the US, or watch a beautiful tea flower open in your cup.
People eat more food on Super Bowl Sunday than any day of the year, including Thanksgiving. This year, try something new when you host your Super Bowl Party. Pick up a platter from one of these Seattle eateries.
2012 is the Year of the Dragon, the mightiest of signs in the Chinese zodiac. The Chinese New Year, also known as the Lunar New Year, occurs every year on the new moon of the first lunar month, about four to eight weeks before spring. There are many celebrations around Seattle to marking the dragon’s new year.