Light atmosphere, substantial food, and a large patty deck make for a great northern fremont happy hour.
When one creates the mondo business that has become Taco Del Mar, a smaller project can understandably be the next step. James Schmidt has done just that, bringing his focus from national state back to the community in the form of Pecado Bueno, (more…)
Looking to celebrate the longest day of the year? Look no further. The 24th Annual Fremont Solstice Parade kicks off the Fremont Fair on Saturday, June 16th. The parade starts at noon in downtown Fremont. (more…)
What’s better than a juicy, flavor-exploding pork sandwich? Nothing.
If you’re a seasoned Seattleite, Paseo may be old news. If not, stop reading and go there right now. This popular sandwich stop has two locations in Fremont and Ballard near Golden Gardens. Paseo is almost guaranteed to have a line, but it’s well worth the wait. (more…)
The classic Fremont eatery introduces a new look and a tasty happy hour menu.
Looking for a new happy hour destination and craving classic, locally-sourced European fare in a comfortable casual neighborhood bistro environment? Then 35th Street Bistro Kitchen + Bar is your go-to-spot in Fremont.
This past March, 35th Street opened its door again after an extensive remodel. With a larger bar, and lounge area, this classy establishment is now the perfect place to socialize and grab a gourmet bite for happy hour. (more…)
This friendly restaurant/bar brings a little Mexican flair to upper Fremont.
As an Arizona native, I’ve had my fair share of great Mexican food — so I’m sometimes skeptical of the Northwest’s version. However, Pecado Bueno is an exception. The menu offers shared plates such as (more…)
Fremont’s culinary-themed bookstore opens its doors — just in time for the holidays.
What do you get when you mix cooks and books? The Book Larder – a combined bookstore and kitchen where cookbooks, classes, and chefs can be found. Since this is the time of year when cookbooks are released, The Book Larder is the perfect spot to grab the latest in culinary publishing for your holiday shopping list. (more…)
An ancient form of hair removal arrives in Seattle for the first time.
Dear Seattleite ladies: It’s time to pull the cobwebs off your bikini; pretend you haven’t been roasting in tanning beds for the past few months and head outdoors for a healthy dose of Vitamin D. (more…)