December is definitely the happiest, sparkliest month of the year. The holidays are here, and there are celebrations galore! It’s the time to reflect on the year that’s fleeting by us, filled with gratitude. We must also, create space for good things to come, and usher in the new year.
Another delightful staycation has opened our eyes to yet more facets of this multilayered city—and this one felt especially merry and bright. Although there are enough festive wintertime happenings to fill every December day, here’s an itinerary you may choose to follow if you find yourself downtown for a short-and-sweet 24 hours.
For owner Suzana Olmos, the opening of Lazy Susan in Lower Queen Anne is a homecoming in more ways than one.
“Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.” – Norman Vincent Peale
Golden leaves, crisp air, cozy knits, and pumpkin-spice everything—fall is such a special time of the year.
As the nights get longer and the days get colder, comfort food plays a vital role in warming us up during these winter months.
No matter how you feel about the season ahead, these upcoming November and December weeks provide plenty of excuses to happily cozy up indoors—or to get out into that fresh PNW air—with those you love most.
There are few better things than getting to step beyond one’s day-to-day routine, encouraging a fresh view on life (and one’s own city).
What started as a 470 square-foot café in Pike Place Market in 1996 is now Seattle’s largest and longest running woman-owned, full-service catering and gourmet box lunch Company.
Over 1,000 attendees filled Pier 56 for Elliott’s 2019 Oyster New Year last Saturday, November 2nd.