Friday, July 20, 2018

Tag Archives: Ballard

Ballard Beer Awards Returns to Ray’s Café
Ballard beer lovers (and those soon-to-be), this one’s for you! The third annual Ballard Beer Awards returned to Ray’s Café on Monday, April 16th. This friendly neighborhood competition runs until Friday, May 11th, and will feature beer from Stoup Brewing, Reuben’s Brews, Lucky Envelope Brewing, and Maritime Pacific Brewing. (more…)
busy & ivy helps to prep your skin for spring
Ballard’s bush & ivy provides simple, organic, effective waxing services for both women and men, specializing in Brazilian waxes, as well as brows, chests, legs and everything in-between. Here’s a full list of their services.  (more…)
In the Know: Ballard SeafoodFest July 9-10
The two-day, all ages and free The Ballard SeafoodFest began in 1974 as a community celebration of Ballard’s historic connection to the fishing industry and the neighborhood’s Nordic roots. Today, this festival attracts over 65,000 people who come to enjoy the traditional salmon barbecue and much more: local music, arts and crafts, family entertainment, a beer garden, a skate event, and yes – more seafood! The event is Saturday, July 9: 11:00 am – 10:00 pm and Sunday, July 10: 11:00 am – 9:00 pm. (more…)
Restaurant Radar: Stock, a Farm to Table Cafe in Ballard
Showcasing “Slow Food Fast”, Stock is out to elevate and reinvent everyday ingredients and recipes in a casual and approachable environment. Chef/owner Chris Blanco focuses on comfort food that is inspired by the Northwest and Asian flavors. He puts a lot of time and care into making sure his customers get high-quality food quickly and easily. (more…)
Food Porn: Brunch at Bramling Cross
Bramling Cross is the newest edition to Ethan Stowell’s restaurant empire, clocking in at number twelve. This American gastropub opened in October and is located in the heart of Ballard. Bramling Cross offers over 50 bottled beers and ciders and 8 draught selections that are always local, some from down the street. We came for brunch on a chilly Saturday morning, about 15 minutes after they opened. No reservations were needed at 10:15 am, but by 11:30 am, it had started to fill up. (more…)
Hilliard’s Beer Drinking Buddies Collaboration with Jameson Irish Whiskey
A collaboration with five American craft breweries. We are thrilled to introduce a new Seattleite column that is dedicated to providing information about the latest and greatest craft brews, beer & spirits tasting events, interviews and q&a with brewmasters, and all the adult beverage-related Seattle news we can get our hands on. “Brew Barons” will be co-authored by Kelsey Uy and Jered Perez. (more…)
POP UP: Padre Island Returns June 30th
Chef Matt Broussard hosts a Tex-Mex pop-up. Chef Matt Broussard is hosting his popular Padre Island pop-up on June 30th at the Atrium Kitchen at Pike Place Market. He currently works as a cook at Tom Douglas’ Palace Kitchen. Matt grew up in southern Texas and his cuisine is a modern interpretation of Tex-Mex. He will prepare the food in an open kitchen and diners will feast at a communal table for this exclusive event.  (more…)
POP UP: Pigs & Pints April 24-25
Chef Paul Staley is hosting a must-go pigs and pints dinner. Chef Paul Staley will be hosting an Homage to the Mighty Porcine on Friday and Saturday April 24-25th at Bloom in Ballard. There will be two seatings each night at 6:00pm and 8:15pm. The 6-course menu will feature different cuts and preparations of pig and wild boar. If you’re a fan of pork, this is (more…)
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