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Everything You Need to Eat in Seattle Before The Rainy Season Starts

September 14th, 2016

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By Naomi Tomky
The clouds, they’re coming! The days are getting shorter, the weekends are filling up with football, and the bright, colorful fruits of summer are transitioning into the earthy mushrooms and meats of fall. You’ve already eaten all the ice cream and tasted the best burgers in town, but don’t give up just yet. Before you’re ready to say goodbye to cold noodles and picnic dinners, we’ve got a few meals that you’ve just got to get in before the end of summer.

The Cronut™ is so 2013, and even the cretzel... More >

The 24 Best Sports Bars in Seattle to Watch NFL and College Football

September 2nd, 2016

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  1. Ballard Loft

Family-friendly favorite sporting 16 flat screens, PAC 12 network access, shuffleboard and a solid brunch. As an added bonus, for $35 you can ride the ‘Seahawks Bus’ to and from home games and back which includes breakfast, and happy hour drink specials.


  1. Beveridge Place Pub

Check out the Game Room at this West Seattle entry sporting nearly 40 brews and ciders on tap and a restored back bar from 1907. The pub has no kitchen but does provide a ‘menu book’ which allows customers to order from nearby restaurants that deliver—you can even bring your own... More >

Get Your Fix with South Lake Union’s Best Coffeeshops

August 24th, 2016

When you choose to rent a Radius apartment in Seattle’s hottest business district, home of and hot biotechs, you get the perfect blend of urban luxury and friendly suburban living. Within minutes of your new home in South Lake Union, you’ll find dozens of options for gourmet dining, an abundant nightlife and countless coffee shops. So where do you go to find the best cup of joe in South Lake Union? Here are a few local favorites.


Uptown Espresso. This coffeehouse attracts an avid following of coffee lovers looking to enjoy their coffee exactly as desired; prepared with expert... More >

Step Up Your S’Mores With This Secret Ingredient

August 10th, 2016

Peanut Butter Cup S’Mores

Nothing screams ‘summer’ louder than campfire-roasted marshmallow and chocolate s’mores!  Ready to take it up a notch? Peanut butter chocolate lover will rejoice with Peanut Butter Cup S’mores! Before summer escapes be sure to try this combination yourself! You won’t be disappointed.

Prep Time: 2 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes


2 square Graham Crackers (traditional or gluten-free)

1 regular size Peanut Butter Cup

2 regular large Marshmallows or 1 square Marshmallow


  1. Peel the peanut butter cup and place it on one of the graham crackers.
  2. Roast the marshmallow(s) on a stick until the desired doneness. Place the marshmallow (still... More >

Seafair Weekend: A tradition in the Pacific Northwest since 1950

July 21st, 2016
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When: Fri/Sat 8:30am-6pm, Sun 7:30am-6pm

Where: Genesee Park/Lake Washington

The culmination of Seattle’s favorite summertime celebration takes place Friday, August 5 – Sunday, August 7 at Genesee Park on Lake Washington!

Each year thousands of people gather for one of Seattle’s oldest and most cherished traditions. The worlds fastest powerboats race on the waters of Lake Washington as the U.S. Navy Blue Angels soar above in the sky. Seafair entails activities for kids and adults, tons of amazing food, live bands and entertainment, and so much more. Don’t miss the biggest weekend in Seattle!


Seafair is:
-A 67 year tradition
-Ten... More >

125 Square Feet! Kristen’s Minimalist Studio in Seattle

June 20th, 2016

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Name: Kristen Ellis
Location: Pike Place Market — Seattle, Washington

My apartment is located in the heart of the world famous Pike Place Market. The apartment is a studio and is approximately 125 square feet. The building in which it is located was originally built in 1907 and offered housing to the fisherman who needed a temporary place to stay while on shore. The building has a roof top balcony that not only overlooks the Market but the Puget Sound, Mt. Rainer and the Olympic Mountains.

My inspiration for this design was to challenge myself in the aspect... More >

Not Your Average Bloody Mary – Seattle’s Top 5

June 10th, 2016

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The Drunken Tomato: A Day Drinking Community for Bloody Mary Enthusiasts

Shelley Buchanan runs a blog with a very unique niche: Bloody Marys. She will tell you where to find the best ones around Seattle, and has even taste tested over 100 to help with her research. She also just released the book The Drunken Tomato: Seattle in case you’re looking for even more places to try out the brunch drink. Her website highlights her favorite bloody mary recipes and has an entire online shop with bloody mary-inspired products.

Her tastings are very detailed, so we recapped her... More >

20 Smart Tips To Make Moving a Breeze

May 20th, 2016

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Most people dread moving. Packing, organizing, transporting, attempting to bribe your friends to help — the whole process can seem daunting, but if you use these tips and tricks, moving day might be a lot less stressful. Happy packing!


1. Be thrifty, find free moving boxes

Save a little cash and acquire all the boxes you need for free. Best places: the ‘free’ section on Craigslist, grocery and clothing stores, and warehouse style stores.... More >

City Guide: Seattle

May 12th, 2016


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One of my most favorite things to do is travel. I’m addicted to the thrill I feel when exploring new places, discovering fun boutiques to shop, charming bars with unique drinks, I just love being out of town. With the travel I’ve done and hope to do in this new year, I’ve felt inspired to share some of the places I’ve enjoyed visiting. I figured that it only made sense to start with the city I’m based in, Seattle.



Four Seasons Hotel Seattle – cozy beds, a heated rooftop pool, room service. This is a special place that I have... More >

Things to Do: Seattle Events May 2016

April 29th, 2016

It’s almost May which means another month jam-packed with events. Whether you’re a foodie, like sports or want to check out a live show or street fair, we’ve got the breakdown of local events going down in Seattle this month.

Neighborhood Events:

-Curtis Salgado @ The Triple Door May 21st: Award winning volcalist/songwriters/harmonica icon sings and plays with soulful authority.

-Billy Joel @ Safeco Field May 20.

-Kinky Boots Broadway Show @ The 5th Avenue Theater May 1 – 8: Based on a true story about a shoe factory owner and a drag queen, the show features an inspiring and joyful score by Cyndi Lauper.

-Romeo... More >