Whether you prefer your Memorial Day weekend celebrations spent on the water with a drink in hand, running at your local marathon for a good cause or visiting a festival with the little ones, Washington is offering a multitude of unique ways to celebrate the annual holiday.
Thidaphat Ariyahirantrakul (a k a Chef Chimme) is the executive chef and owner at Di Fiora restaurant, as well as a model and social media influencer. Di Fiora is a new Capitol Hill/First Hill restaurant that celebrates Asian cooking techniques with produce found in Washington.
Route Line, a brand new transportation concept from Seattle’s own Johannes Ariens of LOGE Camps, offers Northwest travel enthusiasts a seamless, cost-friendly option to rent a luxury off-road trailer and camper vans to get that #vanlife on a budget.
Anne Allgood is a professional actor, singer, coach and ACT Theatre CORE Company member who has appeared on Broadway and every major theater in Seattle. “Currently. I’m appearing in SWEAT, the Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece that is playing at ACT Theatre this May.”
With a focus on fresh seafood and vegetables, Seabird is set to sail into Bainbridge Island on May 26. From Chef Brendan McGill, Seabird will take over the former Hitchcock space, McGill’s flagship restaurant.
As Princess Diana once said, “A mother’s arms are more comforting than anyone else’s.” We would have to agree. In honor of Mother’s Day, meet five mamas at various stages of parenting as they share their greatest joys, greatest challenges and greatest wishes for their children.
Whether you prefer to celebrate Cinco de Mayo at a festival with the family or dancing the night away with a drink on a booze cruise, Washington offers fun ways to help you celebrate the annual holiday.
The Princess and The Bear owners and founders Carol Bailey and Steve Medwell wanted to find a creative way to share their love of wine and travel with others right here in the United States. After stumbling upon the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France, they sought an opportunity to bring a variety of remarkable wines stateside via The Princess and The Bear in Seattle.
Opting to dine out no longer means that you have to spend a chunk of your day away from your pup—at least not at one of Washington’s many pet-friendly restaurants. Regardless of what you have a taste for, you can enjoy a classic restaurant meal in a welcoming environment that’s comfortable for both you and your pet.
Tahlia Bolden is the new beverage director at Lark, an artisan-focused restaurant in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. The widely celebrated restaurant recently reopened its dining room after a two-year closure.