Alternative eaters and meat-eaters alike will find flavorful bounty at this sandwich shop slash bar on Capitol Hill.
Dimly lit and crowded with a loud combination of multi-cultural decor that actually works, The Honey Hole is a casual sandwich shop by day, bar and restaurant by night. I popped in on a Saturday around 4:45, (more…)
Find yourself contented by dirt-cheap prices, clean facilities, and authentic Mexican flavors at this hidden eatery on Capitol Hill.
When I say it’s “hidden,” I mean it; Tacos Chukís is hard to find. My girlfriends and I had just about given up when we stumbled upon the sign. The place is comfortably situated in the upstairs of an alley building, sharing a complex with Guanacos Tacos Pupuseria and Kimchi Bistro. It’s important that you blow off your current lunch plans and (more…)
Trigger that warm and fuzzy feeling at this locally-infused Fremont newbie.
The place is called Wine Tea Chocolate, so most of you are probably already out the door. For those who still need a nudge, I will continue. Wine Tea Chocolate makes good on their title’s promise of artisan, addictive consumables, (more…)
Bieber fever is coming to the Tacoma Dome, and you might just want to catch it.
It’s not too late to be a witness at the Believe tour, as Justin Bieber’s MJ-inspired path unfolds and he flourishes as a performer.
The 18-year-old artist has made it very clear that his latest—and more mature—album, Believe is a musical demonstration of his intention to transcend a common perception of him: a teenage heartthrob of temporary relevance. (more…)
Quality ingredients, simple food, and beautiful plates exude the spirit of Capitol Hill.
At first glance, many might stamp a “hipster scene” label on the joint. At least that was my mistake (more…)