Coffee and a doughnut? Sometimes that’s just what hits the spot. And lucky for us, the Seattle area is filled with locally owned, gourmet doughnut shops that are getting some national attention.
Dine out for a healthy and more equitable food system! Capitol Hill’s Plum Bistro is supporting the Northwest Farm Bill Action Group on Monday, June 4. Have a great dinner and support an alliance dedicated to a healthy, sustainable food system!
Life has gotten so busy these days, it’s a good thing there are Seattle area options for buying groceries, organic produce and even fresh, low carb meals ready to pop in the oven! Here are some of our favorites.
Not only do we in Seattle know a good sandwich, our lunch time staples are getting the attention of folks around the nation, too. Here are some of our favorite local sandwiches.
Looking for organic, local, sustainable and seasonal cuisine in Seattle? Whether it’s to celebrate Earth Day, or any day, these local restaurants keep their carbon footprint small, and their menus delicious.
Want to know more about Washington’s flora and fauna? Want to get ideas on how to have a sustainable garden? Get outside with your family and friends? Head to one of these fun and free nature walks.
Pike Place Fish Market, the guys who throw the fish, have announced that their 100% sustainable fish will be available for you to “throw” in your cart for delivery with Seattle’s Amazon Fresh.
Seems in days gone by, everyone wanted a good barber, a good bakery and a good butcher. Remember Sam from the Brady Bunch? Now that was service with a smile. Today in Seattle, you can still find that friendly service, with quality meats and a nod towards being local, organic and sustainable, too.
Kids and growing go together, and before you know it, they need new clothes. There are some great stores in the Seattle area that carry local designers, sustainable clothing, and just all-around cool stuff your kids will want when they head back to the classroom.
A new Forza coffee franchise will be coming to Greenlake, and the owner, also a firefighter, wants it to be a friendly neighborhood coffee house. And the opening day, remembering the police officers in Parkland who lost their lives in 2009.