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Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream

Molly Moon’s Ice Cream

If you haven’t been to Molly Moon’s yet, it’s probably because you’re either lactose intolerant or you just don’t like to have a good time. Or maybe you just haven’t been enlightened yet, which is where I come in.  Read More 
Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Five Guys Burgers and Fries

Say it with me: “Five Guys Burgers and Fries.” Fun, isn’t it? But that’s only the start of the good times with this place.  Read More 
Skillet Street Food

Skillet Street Food

Do not let your stomach become acquainted with this particular Airstream trailer unless you are prepared for the ensuing addiction! Skillet Street Food serves gourmet eats out of their shiny steel Airstream trailer at a variety of locations throughout the city.  Read More 
Artisan Food Festival

Artisan Food Festival

This weekend, Pike Place Market is hosting the 1st annual Artisan Food Festival. Modeled after Salone Del Gusto, the popular festival in Torino, Italy, it features artisan food, wines and beer from the Northwest.  Read More 
Larsen's Danish Bakery - Ballard

Larsen’s Danish Bakery

The influence of Scandinavian immigrants in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood is still pretty strong, and pretty tasty if you stop by Larsen’s Danish Bakery for some Danish baked treats! Probably best known for their Danish Kringle, they have a full assortment of breads, cookies and pastries. If you know any Scandinavians, this is THE place to …  Read More 
Polish Dinner

Dine on Authentic Pierogies

If you find yourself looking for something interesting to do on a Friday night, consider making a trip to the Polish Home (Dom Polski) Association. Celebrating Polish Culture in the heart of Capitol Hill, you will be welcomed into this European Beer Hall style venue – with delicious pierogies, cabbage rolls, polish sausages, and breaded …  Read More 
Northwest Chocolate Festival

The Northwest Chocolate Festival 2010

Two words: “Chocolate” and “Festival”. I’m guessing that I just caught almost everyone’s attention. I mean, who doesn’t like chocolate? The festival brings people together to share, educate, taste and celebrate the flavors of chocolate grown around the world.  Read More 
Maes Phinney Ridge Cafe

Mae’s Phinney Ridge Cafe

When it comes to classic cafes, Mae’s on Phinney Ridge has it all: house roasted coffee, a devoted group of regulars, and Mae herself waiting to greet you and take your order. They also have the obligatory kitschy decor: the theme here is cows, and there’s enough “moo-morabilia” to keep your senses occupied for an …  Read More 
US President Barack Obama buys doughnuts

Top Pot Doughnuts – Seattle Presidential Things to Do #88

At the end of most days, I lie awake and regret just one thing: That I didn’t make it to Top Pot Doughnuts. That was especially true on Thursday, since President Obama made a stop at their downtown location while he was in Seattle campaigning for our state’s senate candidate. If only I had given …  Read More 
Dine Around Seattle

Dine Around Seattle

Twice a year, a selection of Seattle restaurants offer 3-course dinners for $30 as part of the “Dine Around Seattle” event. This is a great way to try new restaurants and new menu items, but not break the bank doing so.  Read More