Chris Nichols – Lead Concierge – Pike Motorworks It is always a different season at Coastal Kitchen, located at 429 15th Avenue East on Capitol Hill. Every few months they travel the world with food, featuring a touring menu while making sure they source local. That, along with a very Seattle seafood menu, a killer
When your sibling restaurants are the ever so popular and successful La Carta de Oaxaca in Ballard and the original Mezcaleria Oaxaca in upper Queen Anne carrying the family name leaves you with a lot to live up to. Opened in February of 2014 on the corner of Pine and Summit in a 3,000 sq.
So last week I got to visit one of my favorite places in the city. Not only that but it’s my favorite music venue in the world (so far) the Showbox At The Market In Seattle. I went to see an English band that I had loved as a kid in the early 90’s, Lush.
Capitol Cider is the largest independent cider bar in the country. They offer the country’s largest selection of hard ciders on tap and by the bottle not to mention an array of apple based spirits. The cider bar list includes more than 150 selections from Washington, Montana, Oregon, California, British Columbia, England, France and Spain.
Previously named Lincoln Park by the Seattle City Council in 1901, what we now call Cal Anderson Park has had quite a history. The 7.37 acre park was originally known as the Lincoln Reservoir . The reservoir was constructed after the Great Seattle Fire of 1889 but it wasn’t put to use until 1901 and
Right on the corner of Pike and Belmont resides the most amazing little Wine Shop/Bar, Revolution Wine and inside you will find two of the nicest people you will ever meet in your life, Carmen and Mark Brown. Back in 2005 Mark wanted to take a different approach to a wine shop an “anti-wine shop,
James Weimann and Deming Maclise first partnered up on a quaint Parisian inspired restaurant, Bastille located in Ballard back in 2009. Since then the restaurants between the two of them go on to include: Macleods and Stoneburner also in Ballard, Rhein Haus and my personal favorite Poquitos both located here on Capitol Hill. First course: $3.00
Founded in 2009 and now with locations all over Seattle, Homegrown isn’t your average sandwich shop. Aside from creating an array of delicious, edible creations they have one very important goal in mind: (as a company) to have as little environmental impact as possible. They go above and beyond to create amazing food out of
This weekend, I made a long overdue trip to my absolute favorite movie theater in Seattle to see one of my favorite movies when I was a kid: the 7 p.m. showing of “Back to the Future” at Central Cinema located on 21st and Union in the Central District. There are many things I love
I’ve never really been a big fan of going to the movies. You’re crammed in tight spaces with strangers. You can’t move, talk or do much of anything but sit there. When I do go however, I really only like to go to 2 places: Central Cinema and Seattle Cinerama. The Seattle Cinerama is a landmark