Reuben’s Brews opened earlier this month in a converted warehouse in Ballard and the place is already hopping. The brewery is family owned and operated by husband and wife, Adam and Grace Robbings.
Experience the peak of the harvest with Tilth Producers of Washington.
For one state, Washington sure has a lot of specialty foods: apples, strawberries, salmon, Rainier cherries, and Walla Walla sweet onions, just to name a few. With all of these great products available to us, it’s important to take advantage
If you like your burgers cooked just the right amount and your cocktails bloody, then you’re going to like this: 8 oz. Burger Bar is launching a Bloody Mary Bar on Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Get your lamb fix at this mega-lamb jam smack-down in Ballard.
They’re firing up the grills, putting on their aprons and getting their heads in the game—and you can watch. Chef Jason Stoneburner of Bastille, chef Branden Karow of Staple & Fancy, and butcher Russell Flint of Rain Shadow Meats will compete in the American Lamb Throwdown. Not only can you
If you’re a barbecue lover, here’s some news to hoot and holler about.
It’s comfort food for the soul at its meatiest — Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen opens today in Ballard and they have plenty of finger lickin’ goodness to offer. House-smoked meats, six house-made sauces, mesquite-grilled steaks and Southern staples like grits, catfish, fried
Get in touch with your inner warrior at the 29th annual Viking Days, presented by the Nordic Heritage Museum. This is a great chance to check out the museum while enjoying the food and entertainment of the festival. Hop aboard the Nordic Spirit to inspect the ship and take photos, or see what a day in the life of a Viking was really like in the Viking Encampment.
You might not want to believe it, but summer will be winding down before you know it. Luckily, there are still plenty of fun festivals to attend and keep the summer going strong—like the Fourth Annual Kitsap Wine Festival, a celebration of wine and food on Bremerton’s waterfront.
Add a splash of cyan, magenta and yellow while running for a cause.
Looking for a little color in your life? Bored by traditional 5k runs? In CMY5K, runners are pelted with colored powder at different points along the 5km course. Entrants may start out with a plain white t-shirt, but they end up looking like a kindergartener’s art project.