After a heart-stopping victory against the Packers, the Seahawks are headed to the Super Bowl! If you’re planning on making a journey to Glendale, Arizona to root on your favorite team, here are five of the best restaurants to try in the Phoenix area.
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After one of the greatest comebacks of all time, the Seahawks are headed to the Super Bowl! If you're planning on heading to Arizona, here are some of the most luxurious places you could stay in the Phoenix area.
Ethiopian food can be a little intimidating if you’ve never had it before. You’re served a large, round, sour bread called injera that you use as both food and utensils to scoop up the different piles of colorful and flavorful dishes. But don’t worry, the flavors are absolutely fantastic!
The next time you're flying out of Sea-Tac International Airport, you don't have to eat at a greasy chain restaurant or suffer through an overpriced, bland airline meal. Here are five local options to try before you board your next flight.
As we all know, the rain and clouds of a Seattle winter can become a little oppressive and depressing. But thanks to a little something called the Olympic Rain Shadow, there’s one spot in Washington that’s almost guaranteed to be rain-free: Sequim!
It’s fair to say a restaurant explosion has been happening on Capitol Hill over the last six months. With so many new restaurants to try, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed! So where should you go first? What’s the tastiest new spot? I had the tough job of trying out all of the recent new openings, and here are five of my favorites.
The Wenatchee Valley is located at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia rivers and enveloped by the foothills and incredible peaks of the Cascade Mountains. While you might head that direction in the summer for hiking, there are still plenty of reasons to visit the Wenatchee Valley in the winter.
Some recent articles have claimed that the world is running out of chocolate! So how does this affect local chocolatiers? We asked Dennis Macray, the Chief Operating Officer of Seattle’s Theo Chocolate, for his opinions on the matter. And, in short, he says: “Fear not!”
Santa isn’t the only one around here who loves a good cookie! Whether you’re avoiding the kitchen this Christmas season, or just want one more holiday treat, here are five of Seattle’s best spots for grabbing a delicious cookie.
With January just around the corner, your kids may be itching to hit the slopes… on a sled! Luckily, there are plenty of snowy mountains close to Seattle where you can hop on your tube and slip and slide your way down the icy inclines. Here are three great spots for sledding and tubing that are all within an hour or two of Seattle.
For people who really love coffee, their lust for the caffeinated beverage can border on obsessive. Here are 10 gifts for the coffee lover in your life.
Chef Simon Pantet has worked at several Seattle restaurants, is from Switzerland, covered in tattoos, and has a great penchant for swearing. In 2011 he became a local celebrity after appearing on Bravo’s Top Chef. We sat down with him to talk about his new gig at The Rendezvous.
Whether it’s your sister who is always making Pinterest-worthy desserts, your best friend who is the first to know about hip new restaurants, or your tired significant other who might want a break from cooking dinner, there are plenty of great gifts to give the food lover in your life.
Whether you’re a vegan, a vegetarian, a pescetarian, trying Meatless Mondays, or just want to make sure a visiting friend or family member can eat at the restaurant you’re visiting, there are lots of great reasons to try these five vegetarian Seattle restaurants.
After six years working under former executive chef John Broulette, up-and-comer Sarah Scott has taken over the reins at El Gaucho Bellevue. We got a chance to sit down with her to talk about her style of cooking, what it’s like to be a female executive chef at a steakhouse, and why butter is basically the answer to everything.
Christmas is only a few weeks away and that probably means you're planning a lot of family activities to put you in the holiday spirit. Here are three of Washington’s best Christmas festivals that both kids and adults will love!
If you plan on going Griswold this year and cutting your own tree Christmas Vacation-style, you’ll want to avoid some of the hilarious (and dangerous) missteps in the classic movie. Here are six tips for cutting your own Christmas tree this year, and making sure it stays fresh through the holiday season.
With several locations and lots of history, most Seattleites have had a piece of Ezell’s Chicken or Heaven Sent, but there are plenty of other fried chicken spots worth giving a try in the Emerald City.
Thanksgiving is a week away, and that means you’re probably starting to think about decorating (and shopping) for Christmas. Here are five holiday festivals in Washington this November where you can buy crafts and foods from local artisans, as well as take a quick road trip.
Having a great meal in Seattle doesn’t have to break the bank. As most chefs will tell you, a lot of the best dishes are simple, with very few ingredients. Here are 10 of the best Seattle dishes for under $10.
Between holiday travel, big family meals, and gift-giving, this can be a tough time of year to think about spending money on a vacation. But don’t worry: We’re all in luck, since we live in such a beautiful state! Here are five of Washington’s best small towns for a quick weekend getaway.
Great food, great ambience, and a great dinner partner are the necessary components for an unforgettable dinner. If you’re planning your next romantic evening on the town, there are plenty of new restaurants to consider before making your reservation. Here are five of Seattle’s best new date night restaurants.
Once the family leaves on November 28th (or if they’re sticking around for the weekend), you may feel like you need a glass of wine… or two. Luckily for you, on November 28-30, the Lake Chelan Wine Valley is having their annual Fall Barrel Tasting.
With custom-made caskets, Ouija boards, and human skulls, Nevertold Casket Company is one of the spookiest new stories in Seattle. Located in Capitol Hill, the owners say they believe that many of the items in the curio shop are haunted.
If you haven’t stocked up yet for those spooky trick-or-treaters, now is the time to make sure you’re the most popular house on the block. And if you're curious what the kids really want to find in their bags this year, here are the top five candies in America.