There’s a new hotel in town, just in time for summer soirees and dinner dates. Located in Belltown, one of Seattle’s most eclectic neighborhoods, The Sound Hotel celebrates the spirit of Seattle.
So apparently axe throwing is a thing now. I’d characterize it as a slightly more physically demanding version of bowling and darts.
In the former American Apparel space on the corner of John and Broadway (200 Broadway East) comes a Glossier pop-up “experience” that runs from May 22 through July 7.
One of the best parts of living in Seattle—in addition to the spectacular summers here—is our proximity to amazing weekend adventures.
Copine offers their take on the classic French chicken dinner for Sunday Supper take-away. For $68 + tax, you get a whole chicken, two sides, and dinner rolls for two.
16 chefs from the most-talked-about restaurants in Seattle will duke it out at the Seattle Design Center on May 19th for the title of Lamb Jam Seattle Champion.
Seattle is a spectacular city to live in, but let’s face it: it’s lovely to take a little break every once in a while to recharge and rejuvenate too.