Friday, May 18, 2018

Category Archives: Eat+Drink

Top 5 Sips at Taste Washington 2018
Our top picks for show-stopping pours at Washington’s biggest wine event of the year  Photo courtesy of Taste Washington There aren’t many opportunities to indulge in THE best food and wine the PNW has to offer under one roof – making Taste Washington one of my all-time favorite events of the year! This past weekend over 250 wineries, vineyards, and cideries gathered at the Grand Tasting event from far and wide across (more…)
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Frankie & Jo’s Teams Up with Imperfect Produce
Frankie & Jo’s latest frozen yogurt flavor is the first release in their new partnership with Imperfect Produce. The new Rhubarb Yuzu Yogurt is made with Imperfect Produce rhubarb. This flavor is available until April 3rd and is made with coconut milk, coconut yogurt, cane sugar, rhubarb, cocoa butter, coconut oil, yuzu juice, lemon juice, probiotics, salt and nutritional yeast. (more…)
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Culture Dose: Travel Talks, Inspiring Workouts + Tempting Tunes
Ways to nourish your mind, body & soul this month (+ beyond) MIND: +Spring is in the air—and wanderlust, too—at SoDo’s Adventure Hub & Winery, where newly launched Explorer X hosts Thursday events to connect fellow travelers and help them plan future journeys. (more…)
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We Tried Hungryroot for Two Weeks. Here’s What We Thought.
Convenient and simple breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert Hungryroot is a subscription meal service boasting “healthy indulgent meals delivered to your doorstep”. I first heard about Hungryroot last year, but didn’t get around to trying it. It’s on the expensive side and I’m getting pretty tired of keeping up with my subscription food deliveries. Sometimes I forget to skip a week and get home to discover a meal kit delivery I didn’t want. I found a coupon for $30 off my first order that you can use too, which brought my total down to $39 for 3 meals (2 servings each), 4 sides, snacks, or sweets. I figured I’d give it a shot and share the experience.  (more…)
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Rainier Brewing Releases Refreshing Rainier Radler
What better way to celebrate sunshine returning to Seattle than a new brew from a hometown favorite? Rainier Brewing Company has been brewing mountain fresh beers in the Pacific Northwest since 1878, and this month the company is releasing a new limited time offering called Rainier Radler. (more…)
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Brian Clevenger’s Le Messe Now Open
Executive Chef and Restaurateur Brian Clevenger’s newest restaurant – Le Messe – opened in Seattle’s Eastlake neighborhood on January 25th, and it’s already making a name for itself. Staying true to what Clevenger is known for at Vendemmia, Raccolto, and East Anchor Seafood, the full service restaurant and bar features an assortment of house extruded pastas, fresh local vegetables, and a variety of seafood dishes. Le Messe’s diverse menu centers on Pacific Northwest ingredients and changes with the seasons.   (more…)
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Dexter Brewhouse Brings Comfort & Community to South Lake Union
I’ll admit, I tend to stay away from restaurants situated on the ground floor of one of the luxury apartments slowly taking over the city, especially if that restaurant is in South Lake Union. But after stepping into Dexter Brewhouse, it was clear that the space was created intentionally to provide a warm, cozy spot in an ever-changing neighborhood. (more…)
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Meatless Monday: Two Carnivores Visit Veggie Grill
Veggie Grill is a vegan chain with 28 locations that recently made its way up the West Coast to Seattle. Everything on the menu is vegan, a rare find for a chain restaurant serving up fast, casual meals. (more…)
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