With Valentine’s Day coming up, it can be interesting to learn the different Valentine’s Day traditions that vary with each country. The day that honors love is celebrated in different ways around the globe.
A dreamy, steamy cup of chocolate bliss can perk you up on a wet and windy Seattle day. Why not pop into one of these delightful cafés and get a sweet pick-me-up?
Some of Seattle’s best chefs are offering up inspiring menus from Italy, France and the Mediterranean. Put some spice into your New Year’s Eve and plan to dine out with one of these fixe prix meals!
The STP bike ride, Bastille Day, Seafair Sanctioned Festivals, Food and Wine, Redmond Derby Days, Rhubarb Days and the Mill Creek Street Fair! What should you do first this weekend?
Bastille Day is a French national holiday, but we in the Pacific Northwest like to celebrate, too! What a great day to enjoy food, chocolate, wine, French culture and much more! Here are some of our favorite Bastille Day celebrations.
Ooo la la! Flaky, buttery croissants, baguettes, tarts and macaroons! Dessert lovers and francophiles, here are the best Seattle has in French patisseries!
In a global economy, the world seems to be getting smaller. Now more than ever it’s important for our children to learn another language and culture. If you are thinking of exposing your child to a new language, here are some Seattle area schools that can help.
A new exhibit “Gaugin Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise” is coming to the Seattle Art Museum February 9 – April 29. There are some exciting opportunities at SAM with this exhibit, including free admission, and a trip to Tahiti!
Viva La Romance! Seattle’s most romantic restaurants have come up with tantalizing and sensuous dinners to make your Valentine’s Day sensational. Here are some of our favorite places at every price range.
There’s a huge variety of events happening this weekend in Puget Sound. French fairs, a yoga rave, Hanukkah celebrations, Santa sightings, concerts and more! Jump in! The weekend’s almost here!