Last weekend was an exciting one: On Friday, the upcoming (June 1) Seattle edition of Armchair Expert sold out at lightning-fast speed, and on Saturday Record Store Day took over
Von Trapp’s is the Bavarian brain child of Deming Maclise and James Weimann, the guys responsible for Bastille and Poquitos. Apparently they recognized that it is impossible to go wrong with a place that provides bier, brats, and bocce in abundance.
There’s no better way to celebrate and toast to the year ahead than letting the good libations flow. Seattle’s top mixologists pulled out all the stops and impressed guests with their best cocktail at Seattleite and Google Places’ New Year Libations event on Thurs., Jan. 19 at Pravda Studios in Capitol Hill. Enjoy this video recap from the hottest event with the city’s most luscious libations — cheers!
This rich libation is a little bit Mexican and a little bit French.
Authentic scotch cuisine arrives in Ballard.
James Weimann and Deming Maclisse are once again adding a new establishment to their already impressive resume — the pair also owns Bastille Café & Bar and Poquitos. Along with good friend and namesake, Allen Macleod (a native of Edinburgh, Scotland), the trio christened Macleod’s Scottish Pub just last week.
Ballard’s Parisian eatery draws crowds with amiable atmosphere — and a private bar.
The Duo behind Ballard’s Bastille Café & Bar brings you some Mexican flavor on Capitol Hill.
After the relaxing weekend you just had, you’ve worked up an appetite. Head over to Capitol Hill today for the grand opening of the brand-spankin’-new Mexican joint, Poquitos.
Mussels, mussels and more mussels. It’s Mussel Madness!
Bastille Café & Bar kicked off Moules Monday featuring local Mediterranean mussels from Taylor Shellfish Farms paired with ingredients from the Ballard Farmers Market purveyors and Bastille’s rooftop garden.