Saturday, September 23, 2017

Tag Archives: queen anne

Pure Barre
The Radar: Belly Up to the (Pure) Barre in Capitol Hill
It’s no secret I have a love affair with the barre. No secret at all. See the evidence here, here and here. Well, Seattleites, you too can fall in love beginning January 4, 2014. Capitol Hill, better-known for its other kind of bars, is about to welcome Pure Barre to the neighborhood. (more…)
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Michelle Strub/Pure Barre
Sweat Seattle: Pure Barre for Preggos
“Well you sure have a type, don’t you?” Brandon, the devilishly handsome husband of Sami, co-owner and sometimes-front desk substitute of Pure Barre Seattle, is checking me in. It took me a second to realize what he was referring to. (more…)
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Jill Bucy Skincare via Kirsten Graham PR
To Do: Skincare With Svetlana (at Jill Bucy)
If I’ve been MIA from Seattleite lately it’s because I’ve been out and about displaying my revitalized face thanks to an hour-long visit with Svetlana at Jill Bucy Skincare.  (more…)
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Food Porn: Le Rêve Bakery
A little bit of Paris on Queen Anne hill. In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Le Rêve Bakery, owned and operated by the wonderfully kind and friendly Andrea Nakata since 2011. With French flair and a warm and inviting atmosphere, Le Rêve has become a gathering place for the community for book club meetings, catching up with (more…)
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Food Porn: Lloyd Martin
Quiet elegance at Queen Anne’s Lloyd Martin. In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Lloyd Martin, a neighborhood restaurant in Queen Anne, providing delicious dishes in an elegant and cozy space. Serving sophisticated comfort food, Lloyd Martin offers inspired dishes using seasonal and housemade ingredients. (more…)
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Happenin’ Happy Hour: Lloyd Martin
Daily specials and original cocktails make this upper Queen Anne establishment worth the hike. There are few cases when not appearing to try to hard actually serves a purpose.  Rock n’ Roll comes to mind along with modern art and smoking cigarettes – all of which seem tied together in one blob of angst.  On a lighter note, I’m happy to add the rustic (but not superflously as many new restaurants make the mistake of – “These are authentic spider webs from 1925.”) interior of Lloyd Martin. (more…)
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March Foodie Madness: Best Indian (Veg), Roti’s Dal Makhni
A simple, yet divine Indian dish awaits you in the heart of lower Queen Anne. (more…)
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Meatless Mondays: Bamboo Garden
An Asian feast with bountiful menu options in lower Queen Anne. As a vegan, I’ve come to realize my cravings for Chinese food should be ignored, but because of my recent obsession with all things “Kung Fu Panda,” I couldn’t take it. The answer was Bamboo Garden in Queen Anne. (more…)
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