Out of the corner of my eye I see two svelte-shaped people walking towards the sidewalk to The Bar Method front door, hand-in-hand and looking in love as ever. For a second I think to myself, “Is that Sean and Catherine (of ‘The Bachelor’)?” I know Catherine is one of Seattle’s Bar Method ambassadors for the upcoming 60-Day Challenge but I soon realize there’s no way she’s back from press tours yet. After all, “The Bachelor” finale just aired a few days ago and I’d think she’d be in La-La-Land to support Sean’s stint on “DWTS.”
If you’ve been wondering what Molly Mesnick, the runner-up-turned-ultimate-winner of Seattle dad Jason’s “The Bachelor” season, has been up to, look no further than Pure Barre. The local celebrity and former “Bachelor” contestant is currently pregnant with her and Jason’s first child and is yet another “Bachelor” alum who is also a barre advocate (see: Lindzi Cox and Catherine Giudici for The Bar Method).
Last week in Seattle – Stars in the City. And I’m not talking of the astrological sort.
All the kinks of the Veggie Grill chain have surely been ironed out. Seattle welcomes you warmly.
With ten already established restaurants bearing the same name outside of Washington, Veggie Grill had to be sure its introduction to Seattle was flawless. South Lake Union was the first honored host ‘hood and what a strategic move, indeed. Its modern feel, bright service and full menu offer the SLU crowd
The CSA menu in downtown’s Urbane is fresh to death.
Urbane serves up deliberate and elegant combinations with honest ingredients. Swank. Let’s just say Fifty Shades of Grey ain’t got nothing on this sexy review.
Urbane first introduced this concept in May of this year, partnering with Chinook Farms of Snohomish, WA and their CSA program to create a new weekly menu only served on
This is a supernova cafe and I am a supernova bebe.
The planet Venus and South Lake Union’s little Café Venus have a couple things in common. It’s not the furthest place to travel to and it’s hot as effing fire. I walked to this vegan-friendly spot and was showered with lunarious options to rotate through. Check it.
Loving Hut serves plates of smiling golden prosperous vegan love.
Asians love them some flowery adjectives. They truly make you curious as to how blissful their cuisine, nail art and massage skills are. Well, Loving Hut in the ID can keep the excited descriptors coming because their vegan food is happy magic virtuosity.
Capitol Hill has style. Don’t fight the luchador inside you. Enjoy Bimbos.
Unlike their name, they don’t make it easy for you. An eclectic mix of drinks, dishes and décor gives you a little bit of a seizure. In a good way. You aren’t ever bored and even just being in there makes you feel
Expect simple and bold flavors from this Vietnamese-inspired culination.
Monsoon, a quaint and elegant spot in Capitol Hill, exemplifies consideration, delicacy and passion in its elite Vietnamese dishes. No one or thing’s nose is raised here, but believe me, this spot is superior.