Just in time for some springtime indulgence, Taste Washington, the nation’s largest, single-region food and wine festival returns March 28th through 31st. The festival is the ultimate word for food and wine connoisseurs, and there are many interesting events to check out—like the Sunday Brunch, Taste Washington on the Farm, and The New Vintage.
Buzz about Seattle’s NHL team, upcoming music wins + ways to beat Viadoom.
Change is hard (and everywhere we look these days…), so we’re aiming to focus on the positive side of progress. Here are some topics giving us hope about what lies ahead.
Watch all the action from downtown’s Sky View Observatory.
It’s nearly that much anticipated weekend of summer yet again—Seafair—and we can think of no better place to watch the air show this Saturday and Sunday than from the Sky View Observatory. Located on the 73rd floor of Columbia Center, the nearly 1,000-foot-tall venue (which recently underwent a million dollar makeover), offers the tallest public viewing area in the Pacific Northwest.
For newbies and skeptics, we present the decadent Norwegian Bliss.
If we’re being honest, we’re not sure we’ve ever fancied ourselves official “cruise people.” However, the massive, luxurious Norwegian Bliss may have us changing our tune. Here are some reasons this brand-spanking-new vessel might also shift your thoughts about a fascinating mode of travel and seeing the world.
Concerts worth streaming online (and a few to see in person, too)
Do you love music but not the hassle of concert queues and packed venues? Well, do we have news for you. Plenty of new offerings this season allow you to enjoy groovy tunes from the ease and coziness of your own home. See below for some of our favorite findings.
Visit Seattle reminds us that this city welcomes everyone—and celebrates diversity and inclusion. We couldn’t be prouder to call this […]
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.