Best Spots For A Quick Lunch In Downtown SeattleWhile many of us refuse to take a lunch break insisting on getting more work done at our desks, we need to realize that we can and should break for lunch knowing full well that our work will still be there when we return.
Best Seattle Restaurants To Cater Your New Year's Eve PartyNothing is better than ringing in the new year with great food and good friends. Many local restaurants offer catering for these special events, in the greater Seattle area.
Ask A Seattle Chef: Healthy Thanksgiving RecipesLocal Seattle chef dishes on healthy tips for Thanksgiving recipes.
Best Places For Iced Coffee In SeattleSeattle is known for its coffee culture. Some of the best iced coffee beverages are found here, and the surrounding area. The small, locally owned coffee houses thrive through all seasons, offering a variety of iced coffee drinks to refresh patrons during the warmer summer months.
Ask A Seattle Expert: Easy Breakfast Meals For KidsIt's important to nutritionally set the day with a delicious breakfast. Kids need the proper nutrition in the morning to support their ability to learn, focus on tasks, and remain calm. There are better options than box cereal, and nutritionist Vicki Lunsford-Hartzog is a great source to make these changes.
Best Football Bars In SeattleSeattle is known as a NFL sports town, and many local sports bars offer great opportunities to view games throughout the season. These bars range from adult only to family friendly. They offer great food and drink to cheer on a favorite team, or simply enjoy the companionship of great friends.
Best Bars For Frozen Margaritas In SeattleSome margarita connoisseurs or purists will balk at the idea of a “frozen” margarita comparing them to nothing more than a Slurpee with alcohol. But even they might be easily persuaded to think differently trying one of the following concoctions on one of Seattle’s (rare) super hot days during the summer.
Best Places For Fresh Fruit In SeattleSummer is time for fresh local fruit, and the opening of local fruit stands in the greater Seattle area. These stands offer produce straight from the farmer, and often at better prices than the grocery store. The community bonus is these markets are locally, family owned businesses that know the needs and wants of their individual communities.