Seattle’s restaurant scene is at an all-time boom and there are seemingly new places opening every other week. The next time you want to go for a nice date night or try a different happy hour, here are the hottest new places to try…
South Lake Union’s Whole Foods’ Spike + Steam, a beer, wine, and cider bar, is home to “Randal, the Enamel Animal”, a counter top infuser providing customized flavors to any beverage, including growler refills ($14.99-$20), at no additional charge.
Seattleite men, there’s a new shirt in town!
Guys, if you think figuring out which wine to pair with dinner is difficult, then you’ve probably also struggled with finding a comfortable dress shirt that looks good untucked to wear to the restaurant.
Whether you’re in the mood for Asian or Italian, vodka or whiskey — this hotspot has it all.
Perfectly pairing an East-meets-West dining experience with a trendy upscale lounge, Splash Lounge — Belltown’s newest restaurant — gives Seattleites yet another delicious locale where they can indulge themselves.
Experience wine and food at Swiftwater Cellars in Cle Elum.
Swiftwater Cellars is more than just a winery. Located within the beautiful Suncadia Resort in the heart of the Cascades, Swiftwater offers a wine experience unlike any other — a destination within a destination resort.
Summer wellness drinks for healthy bodies.
As the temperature rises in the Pacific Northwest, health-conscious Seattleites are seeking out refreshing alternatives to traditional H20. Seattleite has vetted a few summer quenchers that won’t expand your waistband.
As you may have noticed by now (if you’re at all observant), it’s March Foodie Madness. In our excited efforts to focus on all things eat + drink, we also thought it’d be crucial to enlighten you to our personal favorites around town. This week — our favorite watering holes. Because boozin’ it up, after all, falls high on our priority list.
The annual festival hits the road for the first time, stopping in BC.
Think you can call yourself a drink aficionado?
Unless you’ve attended Tales of the Cocktail, think again.