After nearly twenty years, Matador Ballard moved to a new location from its corner presence on NW Market […]
Seattle is probably not one of the first places on most people’s list when thinking of the most fashion-forward cities in America. T-shirts, flannel, windbreakers, and Birkenstocks and socks might come to mind instead.
We’ve heard about a few delicious and entertaining ways to spend this upcoming, sun-kissed weekend (have you seen that forecast?), and we thought we’d share the goodness with you!
Copine offers their take on the classic French chicken dinner for Sunday Supper take-away. For $68 + tax, you get a whole chicken, two sides, and dinner rolls for two.
Emulating the culinary art of Europe’s bistronomy—a casual take on fine dining where creative, delicious dishes are served at an approachable price—Executive Chef Ryan Donaldson’s Gather Kitchen & Bar invites you to pull up a chair, relax, and enjoy.
Who doesn’t love a good baked potato? They remind me of childhood, but I haven’t had one in years. Off the top of my head, I’d be hard-pressed to name a restaurant that serves baked potatoes. It’s probably a safe bet to guess a steak house? Upon hearing about Papas Hot Potatoes, my love for baked potatoes was rekindled and we quickly made plans within the week to check it out.
BurnCycle gives Beyonce fans the ride of their lives.
Now here’s some happy news: To celebrate its five-year anniversary, BurnCycle—a rockin’ cycling studio with outposts in Ballard + Capitol Hill—is giving away two club-level seats to Jay-Z and Beyonce’s ON THE RUN II tour, which wraps here in Seattle on October 4.
Sawyer opened earlier this month in the old Kickin’ Boot location in Ballard serving casual, chic new American fare. Drawing inspiration from Chef Mitch Mayers’ fine dining background and childhood memories at the state fair, he has created a menu that features items including bone marrow matzo ball soup with a pho broth, oxtail nachos, and animal style burger.
Former Chef de Cuisine of Lark, Mitch Mayers, is opening his first restaurant venture—Sawyer—in the heart of Ballard tomorrow. The full service restaurant and bar, which together seats115, will occupy the significantly renovated space at the corner of 22nd and Shilshole Avenue, just off Ballard’s main hub.
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.