Paseo, the very popular and seriously delicious, nationally renowned Caribbean sandwich shop in Fremont, is expanding to SoDo with the grand opening of its 1760 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA location (on the corner of Holgate St & 1st Ave S) today from 5:00 to 9:00 pm. Located at the center of Seattle’s sports core by CenturyLink and Safeco Fields, the former diner space (Donna’s Diner & Mac’s Smokehouse…both listed on the current sign until Paseo’s new sign goes up), was leased from developer Chris Hansen.
Distilled from a blend of Washington Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc grapes, this local libation is crisp and clear.
Glass Distillery located in Seattle’s SODO district launched their flagship product, Glass Vodka, and their new state of the art tasting room and distillery. Lucky for Seattle, this crystal clear spirit is not just another Vodka.
As night falls, the Seattle canvas calls.
Commercial and residential developers continue to stake their claim on Seattle. Cranes are everywhere. It’s a rush to impose personal will on a bustling metropolis, to carve out a piece of skyline for pocketbooks and posterity.
Have you found yourself searching the city far and wide these last two years, for the perfect Cuban sandwich — one that is just as meaty and cheesey as the ones dished out by the Paladar Cubano food truck that once graced the corner of 89th and Aurora?
See the new local home design showroom with international reach in SODO.
Don’t let Urbanata’s company age fool you. Though certainly young and fresh, one would be remiss to pinch her proverbial cheeks and call her “cute,” “naïve,” or “dainty.” Take our word for it: she has more va-va-voom behind those showroom doors than her infant age betrays.
Trendsetting and trailblazing — this Seattleite elevates the craft of micro-brewing.
Joel VandenBrink believes it takes two beers to make the world go ‘round, so it was easy to name his business when he opened up his brewhouse, Two Beers Brewing, two years ago in SoDo.
A local furniture favorite makes the move from SoDo to First Avenue.
Jim Newsom, founder and owner of Urban Hardwoods, knows a thing or two about local timber. For the past 15 years, his company has created gorgeous furniture using native tree species native of the Pacific Northwest. Last month, the company’s new brick-and-mortar location – a 6,600-square-foot showroom located in the heart of Belltown – opened its doors, and Newsom couldn’t be more thrilled.
The name, Urban Enoteca, will lure you in. The hip, cool ambiance will keep you there. And the first-class Washington wine will keep you coming back.