Local entrepreneur Kate MacDonald, former president and co-founder of Julep Beauty opened up the boutique fitness studio concept Pilates ProWorks in South Lake Union last month.
I’ll admit, I tend to stay away from restaurants situated on the ground floor of one of the luxury apartments slowly taking over the city, especially if that restaurant is in South Lake Union. But after stepping into Dexter Brewhouse, it was clear that the space was created intentionally to provide a warm, cozy spot in an ever-changing neighborhood.
Henry’s Tavern, an upscale tavern-inspired bar and restaurant, recently opened a new location in SLU at 501 Fairview Avenue N. Henry’s Tavern first opened in Seattle in 2013 with its SoDo location that quickly established itself as a local favorite and a game day destination. This will be the third Henry’s Tavern in the Seattle-area following the opening of Henry’s in Bellevue downtown this summer.
I had never taken a spin class before this. Something about it always intimidated me. I’ve halfheartedly biked at the gym for a few minutes a handful of times and I’m an occasional summer bike rider, but that’s it. I’d heard good things from multiple people about Flywheel for a while now. I even signed up for a class three years ago, but ended up ditching last minute. I never got around to going again until a few weeks ago. This is not a sponsored post—opinions are my own.
Local and sustainable seafood with a view.
In this edition of Food Porn, we visited Chandler’s Crabhouse at South Lake Union. Established in 1988, this restaurant prides itself in distinguished service, a gorgeous view of the lake, local Dungeness crab, and other sustainable seafood specialties. One of the most exciting reasons we wanted to visit was for the geoduck, which is now featured on the lunch and dinner menu. While
Discover new eats, shop crafts and support small local businesses.
Seattle Street Food Festival moves from Capitol Hill to South Lake Union this year. The most epic food truck meet-up in Seattle, bring your appetite and your friends. There will be over 30 food trucks plus 26 pop-ups and booths to try out! There will definitely be something for everyone. In addition,
This year’s (free!) event SLU Block Party event features a jam-packed lineup of local bands throughout the day, the “best burger in SLU” competition, the School of Visual Concepts’ Steamroller Smackdown and more. The event benefits low income housing and the South Lake Union Chamber of Commerce.