The quaint town of Walla Walla, WA is filled with lush farmland, artists and musicians, wineries and excellent restaurants. For a weekend getaway, it’s the perfect place to enjoy some Eastern Washington sunshine and local culture. Here are some of our favorites.
Whether it’s a summer barbeque, a patio party, a wine walk, or painting and sipping, there are lots of ways to celebrate the end of summer in Woodinville wine country.
The SLU Goodwill is preparing for its Grand Opening on July 26! Plus there are some other spots in Seattle’s newest neighborhood for you to check out!
The Comcast Bite of Seattle takes place July 20-22 at Seattle Center. Spend the weekend sampling, savoring and sipping from the area’s best and most loved!
Washington is ‘on the map’ for wine and craft beer connoisseurs! Since we’ve got local wineries and breweries in our own back yard, why not celebrate them? Here are some of our favorite Puget Sound summer wine and beer festivals!
Wine Rocks is an annual not-for-profit event that gets out of the traditional “wine setting” and pairs wine with music and food, creating a unique and fun wine experience. On Wednesday, July 11 from 6:00pm to 11:00pm, come to Pier 66 for the wine, food, music and a great cause.
The taste of delicious Northwest and Alaskan halibut and cod, battered and fried to a crispy brown, with hand cut fries! Delicious. Here’s where we like to go for that pub-style treat!
Bastille Day is a French national holiday, but we in the Pacific Northwest like to celebrate, too! What a great day to enjoy food, chocolate, wine, French culture and much more! Here are some of our favorite Bastille Day celebrations.
Celebrating America, summertime and summer wines is what’s happening in Woodinville during July. Here are some of our favorite events.
Bring the kids and enjoy the weekend at Tacoma’s ultimate FREE family festival! Music, art, a zip line, carnival and over 30 regional restaurants, Washington craft beer and wine served just for you.