A witness fired a shotgun to stop a man who was using a stolen 35-foot boat to ram other boats and docks Sunday night at the Queen City Yacht Club on Portage Bay in Seattle.
Ahoy there! The Opening Day of Boating Season kicks off on Saturday, May 5 in Seattle. Come see the parade of boats and University of Washington crew racing at the biggest regional celebration of water, boats and springtime in the US!
South Lake Union is quickly becoming Seattle’s newest dining destination. The second annual Savor SLU event on Thursday evening, April 5 will offer you a chance to feast on sample’s from some of SLU’s finest restaurants, including Tom Douglas’ Cuoco and John Howie’s Seastar.
The first day of boating will officially begin at noon on Saturday, May 7. The Montlake Bridge will rise, the noontime cannon will fire and the Opening Day Parade will begin at Portage Bay. This is the largest regional boating event in the nation, and even if you’re not on a boat, you can enjoy it.
A lazy weekend morning is best begun with a hearty breakfast. And there are some culinary creations in Seattle that are truly remarkable. Wake up hungry and head to one of these lovely brunch spots around town….