Where to go, what to see and what to do in and around the Emerald City.
The Fourth of July commemorates the day we declared independence from Great Britain–all over America we celebrate with music, food, and fireworks. It may fall on a Wednesday this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t go out and have a good time. Here are some of the best places in the Seattle area to check out the fireworks.
A hip new twist to the wine tasting experience — all for a good cause.
If you are less interested in discussing a wine’s flavor profile or its “complex, nuanced finish” and more interested in simply tasting and enjoying wine, then check out Vinolution, a new kind of wine tasting event that features up-and-coming Washington wineries.
Foodies and chefs unite at this tasty mecca for food lovers.
Foodportunity is a food networking event for local restaurant owners, journalists, chefs, food bloggers, and any interested foodies. Hosted by Keren Brown, aka “The Frantic Foodie,” she is one of the most connected local foodie experts around town — this food mecca shindig is not to be missed.
Treat the most important man in your life right this Father’s Day.
Father’s Day is almost here. Want to treat dad to a delicious meal? We’ve rounded up the best specials available this Sunday, June 17th so you can order him something tasty (and maybe steal a few bites off his plate).
Looking to celebrate the longest day of the year? Look no further. The 24th Annual Fremont Solstice Parade kicks off the Fremont Fair on Saturday, June 16th. The parade starts at noon in downtown Fremont.