Archive August 2016

August 27, 2016

Never judge a book by it’s cover

In the early morning hours of November 17th, 2011 an intentionally set fire destroyed what was once the beloved Capitol Hill restaurant Galeria’s. Causing over $800,000 in damages the charred and completely damaged space had sat empty for years. That is until May of 2015 when Stan Moshier and Lori Campbell of Madison Parks “Bings”

August 23, 2016

The Greatness of Grilling

If you happen to find yourself in downtown Seattle and are looking for a great place to take visiting friends or relatives or are just looking for a new place to dine I highly recommend Miller’s Guild. Nestled inside of the beautiful and artsy Hotel Max and located on the corner of Seventh and Stewart,

August 17, 2016

The Lost Lake on the Hill

Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge joins Beth’s, IHOP, Square Knot, 13 Coins and the 5 Point Café as the only places in the city that offer food, drinks and awesome service 24 hours of the day. Not only do they serve breakfast all day long they are the only place in Seattle that has a

August 7, 2016

The Way We Wore

“We believe in supporting and engaging our community by shopping local and promoting creative people within the greater Seattle area. We also practice and encourage environmental responsibility by recycling, buying and selling pre-loved items that still have life and style.” This is one of the first things I read when I visited Revival Shop Seattle‘s

August 2, 2016

Me, Myself and Thai

If there’s one thing Seattle doesn’t have a shortage of its Thai restaurants. But an entirely vegetarian Thai restaurant is another story. Wedgwood II Vegetarian Thai joins just a handful of these restaurant catering to the entire city and is only the third to open on Capitol Hill. Opened in 2010 Wedgwood is located at 420