Pike Place Market
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.
The Seattle Cheese Festival is an annual destination artisanal cheese festival, celebrating artisanal cheese made locally and around the world at Pike Place Market!
Want to celebrate with mom and save a little money? You can take her sailing, to a botanical garden, or even whiskey tasting on Mother’s Day weekend. Spend quality time, not lots of money this year.
The Pike Place Market says a three-year $68 million renovation has been completed on time and on schedule.
The Kentucky Derby is about to get underway in early May. You can don a wide-brimmed hat, and head out to one of these Seattle area restaurants for Kentucky’s favorite spring cocktail, the Mint Julep.
Puget Sound is bursting with activities this weekend. From the Opening Day of Seattle Center’s Next 50 celebration, to animals, wine tasting, the Spring Fair, and swimming pool fun. Get the kids and get out to enjoy it!
Join the who’s who of the artisan food community including: The Confectional, Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen, Chocolopolis, and Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyard at Arcade Lights on Friday, April 20 at Seattle’s Pike Place Market!
Seattle Restaurant Week runs once again this year from April 8-19. With three-course meals at 150 restaurants across town for one low price, it’s time to eat. Refer to this list for some of the best restaurants participating in this annual event.
Celebrate the coming of spring in Seattle – view the spring equinox sunset, take a gong class, or head to Pike Place Market for Daffodil Day!
No need to travel far for some fun. Ditch the hot beach and enjoy the savings as you check out these great spots around Seattle.