Ballard beer lovers (and those soon-to-be), this one’s for you! The third annual Ballard Beer Awards returned to Ray’s Café on Monday, April 16th. This friendly neighborhood competition runs until Friday, May 11th, and will feature beer from Stoup Brewing, Reuben’s Brews, Lucky Envelope Brewing, and Maritime Pacific Brewing.
Slow Down in SLO CAL.
San Luis Obispo County, California (SLO CAL) is quietly making itself a vacation destination. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures, a booming spirits scene, or a quiet day at the spa, SLO CAL has something for the whole family.
Chef-Owner Rob Sevcik has a longstanding love affair of cooking for the Madison Valley neighborhood, and this time he’s returned with his own elegant brasserie serving lunch and dinner.
Frankie & Jo’s latest frozen yogurt flavor is the first release in their new partnership with Imperfect Produce. The new Rhubarb Yuzu Yogurt is made with Imperfect Produce rhubarb. This flavor is available until April 3rd and is made with coconut milk, coconut yogurt, cane sugar, rhubarb, cocoa butter, coconut oil, yuzu juice, lemon juice, probiotics, salt and nutritional yeast.
What better way to celebrate sunshine returning to Seattle than a new brew from a hometown favorite? Rainier Brewing Company has been brewing mountain fresh beers in the Pacific Northwest since 1878, and this month the company is releasing a new limited time offering called Rainier Radler.
Beer lovers rejoice! Salt & Seed—the second of five beers in Elysian’s 2018 Capitol Hill Series—is finally ready for release. Beer enthusiasts won’t want to miss the ceremonial tapping of this special brew, followed by a toast from Capitol Hill Lead Brewer, Hiawatha Rhyans on Friday March 23rd.
Executive Chef and Restaurateur Brian Clevenger’s newest restaurant – Le Messe – opened in Seattle’s Eastlake neighborhood on January 25th, and it’s already making a name for itself. Staying true to what Clevenger is known for at Vendemmia, Raccolto, and East Anchor Seafood, the full service restaurant and bar features an assortment of house extruded pastas, fresh local vegetables, and a variety of seafood dishes. Le Messe’s diverse menu centers on Pacific Northwest ingredients and changes with the seasons.