Set on the picturesque eastern shore of Lake Washington, The Lodge at St. Edward State Park is scheduled to open its doors in May. The new hotel, which is a repurposed landmark seminary building, promises to be a retreat that offers modern hospitality among beautiful, timeless architecture.
Author: Melissa Larsen
Auction of Washington Wines (AWW), a Seattle-based nonprofit that advances awareness of the Washington wine industry, has announced its 2021 event series, featuring both virtual and intimate in-person opportunities. In addition to championing the Washington wine industry, the series will also support Seattle Children’s and the WSU Viticulture and Enology program.
This spring, Cedarbrook Lodge in Seattle is asking guests to Drink Wine for Good, a campaign partnering with Mary’s Place and Andrew Latta Wines that supports those in need.
To welcome in spring on March 20, Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market is celebrating the changing seasons with Daffodil Day–as well as a very special shopping offer.
One of Seattle’s historic landmarks, Smith Tower, has announced it is reopening to visitors. Now, locals can once again take in the 360-degree views of Seattle from the Observatory and sip and savor at the Smith Tower Observatory Bar.
For a limited time, Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club in Blaine is offering public play opportunities via its Member for the Day special. The program gives everyone the chance to tee up at the award-winning Washington course.
Feb. 20 is National Love Your Pet Day, and these three Washington resorts are celebrating with pooch-approved packages and special amenities.
Now in its 24th year, Taste Washington kicks off its month-long celebration of Washington wine and food in March. The programming of this beloved annual tradition has been adjusted to meet the needs of public safety while still supporting Washington wineries and restaurants.
Targeted to open in the first quarter of 2022, Walla Walla Steak Co. and Crossbuck Brewing are coming to the Schoolhouse No. 23 historic building within Downtown Woodinville’s new Schoolhouse District development.
Katelyn Peil is the wine director for Seattle-based Heavy Restaurant Group (Purple Woodinville, The Commons, Meet the Moon, Pablo y Pablo, Fiasco and Barrio). In her role, she is in charge of curating and maintaining the beverage programs for some of the Eastside restaurant concepts.