Ringing in the New Year in ways rockin’, rejuvenating + just plain fun.
Admittedly, we’re not all planners. As December chugs along, if you’re still finding yourself seeking a memorable way to cap off the last few hours of 2017, we’ve gathered several alluring ideas.
Seasonal prep for the mind, body + soul.
As the days grow shorter and the evenings darker, we’re doing everything we can to take care of ourselves in preparation. Here are a few ways—from “sun” bathing at City Sweats to oyster shucking at Scout—you might lift the spirits and get rejuvenated as we transition into the new season.
The most dynamic culinary festival in North America is back on the road with its national nose-to- tail pig cooking tour. Cochon555 brings its 2017 edition—which will hit some 16 cities—to Seattle on Sunday, April 30th, and the focus of the festivities will be culinary community and education. At the heart of all Cochon555 events lies a culinary competition to promote local family farming and global traditions.
Project 5 x 5 gives five filmmakers the chance to showcase our beloved city.
On a recent snowy Tuesday in Park City, Utah, SundanceTV hosted a revolutionary event with the hardworking team of our very own Visit Seattle to celebrate the launch of Project Five by Five. The happening party showed off some of Seattle’s finest assets, from artist Allen Stone to freshly-shucked oysters and Rachel’s Ginger Beer-based cocktails. It also put our stunning city on the big screen, exposing viewers to the magic we call home.
Discover delicious beers and ciders, while munching on brunch bites.
Bacon Eggs + Kegs is the first co-produced event by Sound Excursions through their new S. E. Productions arm. Enjoy tastes of more than 80 beers and ciders, and visit the expansive bloody mary bar, with dozens of accompaniments including bacon, pickles, hot sauces, veggies, citrus and unique
Become part of a culinary trend that is sweeping through the nation.
Indulge in street food and party the night away at the Skillet Cookbook Launch Party. This year marks the five year anniversary of Skillet Street Food, and Seattleites are getting ready to “hit the beach” at the Shilshole Bay Beach Club in Ballard.
Capitol Hill’s newest dining spot has a very free-spirited past.
Any anthropologist can tell you that humans are meant to settle. Sure, we might be vagabonds in our younger years, roaming between jobs, apartments and relationships as we each take our own unique journey. Once we reach a certain age, however, the desire to remain stationary begins to overtake us. In the case of Skillet Diner, it would seem this notion applies to restaurants, as well as people.