Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Category Archives: Eat+Drink

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Seattle Street Food Festival
Next weekend, August 8-10, Cal Anderson Park in Capitol Hill will host over 50,000 people during the three-day food festival. The event offers free admission, is family-friendly, and will be a vibrant culinary experience with food trucks, pop-ups, beer gardens, and an urban craft fair. Every vendor (more…)
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Grub Alert: Donut Factory
Specialty doughnuts worth the drive. This edition of Grub Alert features Donut Factory, a doughnut bakery up in Lynnwood that opened last month. They serve artisan doughnuts with quality ingredients.  I love doughnuts, but I can be fairly picky about which ones I eat. (more…)
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Stout Cupcakes image via The Broken Bread blog
In the Know: The Broken Bread pop-up shop
  When I’m not skipping from neighborhood to neighborhood in search of the best of-the-moment baked good (cronuts, macarons, baguettes, oh my!), I’m scrolling through hours’ worth of foodie blogs. Imagine my excitement when I discovered homemade sweets and bloggy pleasures will meet on Saturday, April 19th with The Broken Bread pop-up shop. (more…)
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Food Porn: Scotty Browns
A new social house in Bellevue. Scotty Browns opened in Bellevue at the beginning of February this year at the Elements building in Bellevue downtown. The menu is comfort food inspired with North American and West Coast influences. They offer lunch and dinner daily and brunch on Saturday and Sunday mornings. The patio has comfortable seating and is a good distance (more…)
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Photo Credit: Erika A. Brown
In the Know: Craft Beers from the Beehive State are Causing Quite the Buzz
When one thinks of Utah, the last thought that pops in one’s mind is “beer.” Well friends, having just visited this lovely state, I am pleased to debunk the myth that it is a dry state…er, meaning alcohol is not consumed. Dry in climate? Yes—ten times yes. Dry in alcohol? Definitely not. (more…)
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What’s Hot: Planning a Bachelorette Party For this Summer? Plan Early and Consider a Local Craft Tour
While the bachelorette party is about the familiar, telling shared stories of the soon to be married couple and buying the bachelorette drinks that are old favorites, the party is also a time for making new memories– together, perhaps in new locations not everyone has yet been.  Let Local Craft Tours do the work. (more…)
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In the Know: Ladies and Gentlemen, Meet Randal
South Lake Union’s Whole Foods’ Spike + Steam, a beer, wine, and cider bar, is home to “Randal, the Enamel Animal”, a counter top infuser providing customized flavors to any beverage, including growler refills ($14.99-$20), at no additional charge. (more…)
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