Want to stay in Seattle with your pup? Puget Sound residents love their pets, and have some area hotels that can help your pooch vacation just like you – with style.
If you’ve got all the kids, grandkids and extended family coming to your house for Thanksgiving dinner, perhaps dining out would help keep the kids entertained, as well as suit everyone’s appetites. From buffets to boats, here are some of our favorite family dining spots in Seattle for Thanksgiving.
The city of Woodinville is a mere 30 minutes northeast of downtown Seattle, a quick drive past 520 in the Sammamish River Valley. The city itself offers an array of activities for visiting patrons, but the area is best noted for wine country. The wine industry began back in 1976 when Cheateau Ste Michelle established its vineyards, and today there are more than 90 local wineries with tasting rooms just a stone’s throw away. A majority of the wineries grow their grapes in the warm climate of Eastern Washington’s Columbia Valley, where they are carefully harvested and passionately fermented to craft the Northwest’s best world class wines. With so many wineries in such close proximity, you’d imagine there would be alot of competition between winemakers, but you’ll find the folks running the wineries here come together as a community to share their passion for great wine. Take advantage on a one-tank trip filled with sweet, red-wine memories.
Wine and music, dancing, cooking and fundraising are all part of the fun events happening in June in the Woodinville Wine Country. Head out to sip and savor the beginning of summer in Western WA.
Winter nights in Seattle call for cozy gatherings around a fire with friends, good vibes and a great Happy Hour menu. Here are a few of our favorites.
Check out this list of best day spas in Seattle if you’re looking for the right place to get a Brazilian, some hair tinting and a trim or a deep tissue massage.