Seattle is filled with amazing designers, cutting edge fashion and great looks for every occasion. Come and see what’s new and what’s “renewed” … from recycled gowns to leather jackets to dream wedding dresses, it’s all this fall in Seattle.
Whether its for yourself, your office or as a gift, supporting local Seattle coffee roasters is always a good idea. Here are some local roasting companies that know beans about beans!
Looking for someone else to take a turn at scrubbing your floors? Want to be eco friendly about it? Here are some locally owned and operated companies that are environmentally conscious, and all about getting your house clean.
Local Artists, Jewelers, Fabric Artists, Papercrafters, Collectors, Crafters and More are converging on the Maple Leaf neighborhood of Seattle for its first local Pop-Up Market on Sunday, August 19.
Talk about keeping it local! Mayor Mike McGinn has introduced a new concept – Only in Seattle Sundays. And kicking off the first shop and eat local Sunday of discounts and fun is the troll dwelling, art friendly neighborhood of Fremont.
Washington is ‘on the map’ for wine and craft beer connoisseurs! Since we’ve got local wineries and breweries in our own back yard, why not celebrate them? Here are some of our favorite Puget Sound summer wine and beer festivals!
Wine Rocks is an annual not-for-profit event that gets out of the traditional “wine setting” and pairs wine with music and food, creating a unique and fun wine experience. On Wednesday, July 11 from 6:00pm to 11:00pm, come to Pier 66 for the wine, food, music and a great cause.
When Seattle weather turns warm, it’s time to look for a refreshing frozen treat! We’ve found some great, healthy options that are locally owned and operated!
When the weather gets sunny, the Seattle musicians turn out for some amazing music and lots of free concerts! Bring the kids, your lawn chairs and a snack or a sack lunch! Here’s where you can be entertained in Seattle this summer, even on your lunch break!
If you’re not a Northwest native, you might be missing a summer treat that everyone from Texas to Washington DC enjoys – frozen custard. Lighter in calories than traditional gourmet ice cream, custard is made with real milk and eggs, and many custard shops incorporate locally sourced ingredients. Check out these locations for a new (or childhood favorite) dessert.