As a Seattle native and an avid food lover (the reason I workout), I am excited to introduce a new Seattleite column that is dedicated to food and all its glory — “Food Porn” will showcase restaurant openings, off the beaten-path eateries and restaurants you need to have on your “list”, as well as an ample supply of food porn photos for you to drool over.
As Seattleites, we love our beautiful landscape, so what better way to enjoy the scenery of the great Northwest than with an ultra posh high-rise condo in Seattle. If you’re in the market for a new crib, this is one seriously hot property you don’t want to miss.
Here’s a question for Seattleites: Which is more sophisticated, ballet or Shakespeare? While you’re mulling it over, consider that for a few nights this month, patrons can enjoy both in the same sitting.
Watch acts float with the greatest of ease on the flying trapeze.
Right about the time the average Seattle resident reaches his or her peak of lamenting the long, gray days and torrential down pours, we begin to fanaticize about packing up, moving to Jamaica and selling sandals on the beach. You’re right there with me, aren’t you?
If you snooze you lose. Just 18 units left at Enso in South Lake Union.
Enso is quietly selling out their remaining inventory. For those of you with your eyes on Enso, don’t blink! This luxurious urban retreat is the quintessential Seattle high-end, high-rise condo living that you’ll want to get your hands on.
Preserve a historic mansion while incorporating all-things sustainable and you get Preservation Kitchen.
When it comes to cozy dining in the Northend, your picks are sparse. Bars are scarce. Restaurants are in short supply. Northwest cuisine is practically non-existent among the plethora of strip mall Thai, Pho and Mexican haunts. There is, however, Preservation Kitchen. That restored mansion on Bothell Way. And it’s worth checking out.
From Craft Fairs to Fashion Closets, Maria Carter creates some must-own looks.
Maria Carter may have found her start six years ago as a simple booth holder at the Fremont Market, but Maria’s Jewelry Designs are less craft-fair and more must-have fashion than you’d initially expect.
What happens when a Seattle gal named Sabrina falls in love with a Britt named Shane? Sabrina Shane is born.
This husband and wife team, each raised in families of artists — painters, jewelry designers, dancers and writers — were perhaps individually destined to land in creative career fields. But when they found each other, their mutual love for the lovely things in life sent them off on a global lifestyle to explore the world.