Archive June 2016

June 29, 2016

Take A Spin At Revolver

Located at 1514 E. Olive Way and open since May of 2014 Revolver Bar came about after longtime Seattle musician and producer Gary Reynolds inherited a library’s worth of vinyl records from an uncle who was looking to get rid of them. Around this time Gary also opened and ran a Gumbo catering business called Gary’s

June 21, 2016

Ethan Stowells Roman Empire

I’m extremely fortunate to live so close to Ethan Stowells magnificent Rome inspired restaurant Rione XIII. It’s my go to place when entertaining out of town guests and so far, haven’t had a bad meal yet. Located at 401 15th Ave. E. and opened in August of 2012 Rione was named after the culturally rich

June 14, 2016

Melange of Malaysia

Kedai Makan is Malay for “food shop”. It is also one of only a handful of restaurants featuring Malaysian cuisine in all of the United States. Lucky for us it’s located right here on Capitol Hill. Opened (in its new location) in September of 2015 and located at 1802 Bellevue Avenue, Kedai Makan is the

June 12, 2016

The Little Market on the Hill

“The Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance is committed to supporting and strengthening Washington’s small family farm businesses by creating and operating vibrant, successful neighborhood farmer’s markets. To meet their mission they provide effective direct sales sites for our region’s small farmers, while also educating consumers about local farm products and the importance of supporting and preserving

June 11, 2016

A river runs through it

Summer time is the best time to be in Seattle. It’s when my favorite fruits, flowers and vegetables are in season and when back patios all over the city welcome you and your martini with open arms. The weather is exceptional and the outdoor activities are endless. Whether you are into hiking, camping, boating, kayaking,

June 6, 2016

The Lone Cowboy

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 22 years since Linda Derschang and Sub Pop’s Bruce Paritt and Jonathan Poneman created what would turn out to be one of Seattle’s greatest and longest running institutions, Linda’s Tavern. The tavern first opened its doors on February 16th 1994 and since then has remained a very popular