Monday, July 4, 2022

Mark Van Streefkerk

A Tour of Seattle’s Queer Cocktails

In the history of America’s gay nightlife, Seattle holds an important record. The city was home to the country’s first known gay bar: The Double Header, which operated from the 1930s to 2015. The...

How to Celebrate Pride Month at Seattle Bars and Restaurants

It’s officially Pride month in Seattle, and this year some of the city’s biggest in-person events celebrating LGBTQ communities are back after two Pride seasons interrupted by COVID-19. Seattle Pride returns with Pride in the Park at Volunteer Park...

The Pastry Project’s ‘Soft Serve Summer’ Returns to Pioneer Square

The Pastry Project will open its soft serve window for a second summer on June 3, kicking off the season with free mini sandcastle ice cream sandwiches for the first 100 visitors. From June through September, the soft serve...

John Hall Brings a Taste of the South to Port Townsend This Memorial Day

Chef John Hall has been making waves in the Pacific Northwest since he moved to the area at the end of 2021. Through pop-ups and kitchen takeovers, the Alabama-raised chef and owner of Post Office Pies is bringing his...

New Tasting Room The Botanicale Encourages Discovery With Plants and Beer

The Botanicale (with an emphasis on “ale”) is a new beer tasting room and plant store just below Fremont boutique the Uncommon Cottage, and it’s certainly more than just the sum of its parts. Partners and co-founders Jo Huang...

U District’s First-Ever Cherry Blossom Festival Kicks Off This Friday

Every spring the University of Washington’s blossoming cherry trees draws thousands of visitors, and this year the 90 year-old Yoshino variety trees are getting their very own festival. Organized by The U District Partnership, the Cherry Blossom Festival takes...

Seattle Outdoor Dining Permits Extended to 2023

More sidewalk cafes and curbside dining areas cropped up throughout the pandemic as businesses sought safe ways to serve patrons and remain operational; changes by the City Council in June 2020 made it easier for restaurants to apply for...

Life on Mars Is Redefining What It Means to Be a Seattle Bar With Nonalcoholic Cocktails

Capitol Hill’s Life on Mars is a record shop, bar, and restaurant all in one, and it just so happens to have some of the best nonalcoholic beverages in town, including drinks made with The Pathfinder, Seattle’s own nonalcoholic...

11 Great Seattle Spots for Elaborate Nonalcoholic Drinks

More Seattle bars are offering mocktails with zero- and low-proof ingredients like Oddfellow’s Pathfinder Collins, made with Pathfinder’s amaro-like, hemp-distilled nonalcoholic spirit. | The Derschang Group Seattle bars and restaurants are becoming more inclusive...

How a Team of Volunteers Partnered With ChuMinh Tofu Deli to Feed Little Saigon

Since opening the all-vegan ChuMinh Tofu deli in Little Saigon in 2011, Chef Tanya Nguyen has carved out her own place in Seattle’s pantheon of plant-based restaurants. In addition to its plentiful selection of soy-based curries, banh mi, pho,...

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