Fitness and music lovers alike will find their oasis at City Cycle opening this weekend! City Cycle is an upscale boutique indoor cycling studio where the most hardworking, positive people in Seattle can meet to sweat, smile, encourage, inspire and connect. Your first class is free!
Dogs allowed at this Canadian sports bar.
In this edition of Dog Days, we feature the The Angry Beaver, a quirky Canadian-themed bar in Greenwood where all dogs are welcome. The Angry Beaver is dog-friendly and offers viewing for every hockey game that is broadcast on multiple TVs and a projector. Staying true to its roots, the bar is
New! Classy neighborhood breakfast.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Stumbling Goat Bistro, located in the cozy neighborhood of Greenwood. This secret spot offers an amazing dinner with gourmet dishes and an intimate atmosphere. Many restaurants serve brunch, but Stumbling Goat uniquely offering one of Seattle’s top breakfasts.
Friendly staff and perfectly prepared food make for a delicious gyros experience.
Right when I stepped into Mr. Gyros, I knew I’d soon become a regular. The charming man behind the counter welcomed me as he took my order, and offered me a glass of mint tea on the house. He told me he and his brother own the place.
The year of the Snake starts off with a mild sting.
Szechuan Noodle Bowl in the International District had big potential with its cheap prices and advertised bold flavors. I’m still waiting for that bite to strike.
It doesn’t matter if you’re vegan or not when you have a mouthful of deliciosity.
This upscale vegetarian restaurant and bar has flavor. Many of them actually. In the heart of Phinney Ridge, therein lies a magical place with art, community and fanciful food. Called Carmelita.
Raise your glass at Oliver’s Twist and toast the coming of spring.
Because it pairs so well with a warm fireplace, red wine is a staple in Seattle. Let’s face it though, we are sick of fireplaces — and we need a reason to drink something fruity or kicky or just plain springy. It’s April and we are craving serious heat — the kind that originates from the sun, not a match.