The Eastside, particularly Bellevue, has a reputation and it’s not a positive one. Many people think of the Eastside as being cultureless with cookie-cutter chain restaurants and snobby, materialistic people driving Range Rovers and Teslas. However, while it may be true in a small way, that isn’t an entirely accurate or fair description. There’s so much more to the Eastside—don’t let a few stereotypes stop you from visiting! There are several great spots that Seattleites should consider crossing the bridge for (and a few places to avoid), you just need a little “In the Know”.
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The Callahans have been in the cider business for a year, practically making them veterans in the exploding field of cider. This couple wants to make drinkable beverages—not novelty items that just sit in the fridge for people to chuckle over at dinner parties—ciders that are not overly sweet and have character. Brian and Christina have been re-imagining and revamping themselves from their wine making and catering days, creating a posh brew pub. Some updates include a freshly scoured and
A dog walk like no other!
In this edition of Dog Days, we feature the 3rd Annual Happy Tails Wine Walk in the Woodinville Hollywood Wine District. This event takes place on Saturday, September 19th from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. More than 18 wineries will be opening their doors for tasting and the participating wineries will be
Drinkable and unique cider flavors.
Jason and Patrick Spears, a brother duo who founded Locust Cider, have been making cider since one of the them found out they could no longer drink beer because of an allergy. So they perfected the perfect blend of cider for a nice cold one. This past March, they opened a production facility as well as
Come enjoy an incredible staycation event for Memorial May.
Don’t spend your holiday weekend traveling. Stay close to home and join Chateau Ste. Michelle for their 5th annual Staycation event on Sunday, May 24th. Attendees can sample food from an amazing assortment of Seattle area’s hottest food trucks while enjoying Chateau Ste. Michelle’s delicious wines.
Local ingredients and wood-fired pizzas at this new neighborhood eatery.
Most of the menu is fresh, housemade, and often with locally produced ingredients. Owners Kent and Cindy Betts “take pride in stepping outside the box with unique products and flavor combinations, and acting as more of a New American kitcen than your typical pizzeria.”
The Third Thursday Wine Walk is a fun, healthy reason to visit the Eastside.
The trees let go of their colorful leaves to decorate your path. Wine glass in hand, you crunch your from one tasting to another. The chill in the air progressively bites less with each winery visit. Soon you’re warm and happy on a perfect fall day.