Going out for brunch is a happy medium for many families. Meals are served not too early, the atmosphere is usually a little more casual and the menu is sure to please just about everyone.
The Pacific Northwest region is rich in native art and culture, industrial and technological breakthroughs, and musical innovation. Thanks in large part to Seattle’s wide variety of museums, family members of all ages can learn about the Emerald City’s past – and get a glimpse of its future. From the Museum of Flight to the Experience Music Project and from the Seattle Children’s Museum to the Museum of History and Industry, these are Seattle’s best family-friendly museum exhibits.
Fortunately, for those who live in the Northwest, we have a large variety of talented musical artists to listen to and there are no rules on how many styles you are permitted to enjoy. For music lovers, here is list of some of the best music festivals of the year including jazz, bluegrass, world music, electronic and rock.
Today, you can learn what it means to be a Seattle police officer, a Korean-American, an African-American artist and so much more. Go ahead, put yourself in someone else’s shoes.
There are many wonderful gift ideas in the Seattle area, and the gifts are as varied as the different preferences of mothers. Gifts range from artwork and fashion to self-care and gardening. The active mother enjoys gifts suited to her passions in life, and brings joy to Mother’s Day.
Seattle area bar managers have shared some of their best tequila-inspired cocktail recipes, just in time to celebrate Cinco de Mayo!
This sweet and savory delicacy has been going strong since it popped up in trendy restaurants in Harlem in the 1930s and at Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles in Los Angeles in the 1970s. Lucky for you, you don’t have to travel to NY or LA to enjoy this famed comfort food because we’ve got four great picks for you in Seattle.
Stop in any of these Seattle gift shops to find just the right Mother’s Day gift for your loved one.
In addition to all the blossoms and blooms that arrive in the spring, so do various spring festivals and each year they seem to become more and more diverse at least in the greater Seattle area. In celebration of our unique Northwest culture, here are five different festivals you should consider attending this year:
The mega hit movie, Fifty Shades of Grey is based in Seattle, but none of the movie was actually shot in town. The same is true for 2012’s Chronicle and many others. Wouldn’t you love to see more movies filmed in Seattle?