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The Best of Vancouver B.C.

A city with a strong upmarket urban vibe, good transit, top rated restaurants and hotels all within a short walking distance is fantastic. Add in attractions ranging from great museums, a drop dead gorgeous waterfront […]

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November Hot Spots

What’s new and hot this month in Seattle!

Tavern Hall 
Tavern Hall opened in Bellevue with 20 beer taps, burgers, wood oven flatbreads and fancy pub food. The      large space has the feel and look […]

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Skip the Leftover Halloween Chocolate and Go Straight for the Moonstruck

The main ingredient in s’mores, that go-to candy item for an afternoon pick-me-up, the humble chocolate bar has been given an elevated spin by Moonstruck Chocolate. The marriage of Belgian chocolate and fresh Northwest ingredients […]

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Cookbook of the Month: Shroom

Beyond buttons, mushrooms are the new darling of the foraged and wild food world…whether procured at grocery or specialty food store or at the farmer’s market. Seattle-based chef and cooking teacher Becky Selengut’s new Shroom cookbook takes […]

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Wine Wednesday: Shiloh Road Pinot Noir 2012 Sonoma County

Pinot Noir is a foodie-favorite. It is able to pair with a variety of dishes with easy going tannins, balanced acidity and fruit flavors that make it a go-to red wine. Particularly friendly with salmon, […]

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October Hotspots

What’s new and hot this month in Seattle and beyond.

Trove

Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi opened Trove on Capitol Hill. Divided into sections for a noodle bar and Korean BBQ, the contemporary space also features a […]

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Wine Wednesday: Fog Head Reserve Syrah 2012 Monterey

This time of year in the Northwest we are not sure if we will be serving up grilled tri-tip or braised short ribs. One day it is in the high 70s, the next we are […]

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Wine Wednesday: Sieur d Arques Toques et Clochers Cremant NV

The label had me – Toques et Clochers, translated from the French as Chef’s hat and bell tower.

The Cremant distinction sealed the deal as I was looking for a bottle to be served before dinner […]

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