Pike Place Market
What horrible tragedies happened in Seattle that have ghost hunters and paranormal fanatics coming to visit? Find out when you take one of these walking tours around the buildings of downtown Seattle. Get ready to get scared!
Arts, antiques, great food, Russian culture, amazing jazz, a day for women and more! It’s the weekend in Puget Sound. Ready? Set? Go!
Work and family too often put romance on the back burner for many couples. This list of destinations and day trips promises to help rekindle the romance right near home. Leave the stress behind and spend a day with each other, remembering how it all started, at the best places to rekindle the romance in Seattle.
What can be more fun than meeting up with friends on a beautiful summer day for a cold one and a local pub? Here are some of the Puget Sound’s best summer pub crawls. Cheers!
Bring your friends and enjoy a lovely dinner served among the splendor of Seattle’s Pike Place Market in Victor Steinbrueck Park and celebrate the Third Annual Salmon-Chanted Evenings in Seattle. Proceeds go to help Seattle Parks and Recreation.
Summertime means eating outdoors as much as possible! Whether you want to meet a friend for drinks, or have a romantic dinner with beautiful Seattle views, here are some of the places we think are ‘tops’ for rooftop dining!
It’s been said that Seattle has a shortage of flea markets, and a few favorites have closed down, but a little “rummaging” turns up several fun choices.
Look out Seattlites… actors Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis are coming to town to serve… coffee… on Thursday, July 19 at Pike Place Market’s Local Color!
Everyone is being told about the benefits of olive oil these days. Whether it’s a Mediterranean-style diet, or TV host Rachel Ray cooking with her favorite “E-V-O-O”, it’s a proven health benefit to incorporate in our diets. Seattle has several gourmet olive oil shops where you can enjoy free tastings, recipes and more! Here are some of our favorites.
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.