Whether you’ve made a resolution to play tourist in your own backyard in 2022 or you are hosting a friend who is visiting the Emerald City for the first time, here are five of Seattle’s most cherished attractions to pay a visit in the new year.
Author: Melissa Larsen
From an evening of Champagne and caviar to a holiday morning of avocado toast and omelets, these Washington restaurants are bubbling over with deliciousness this New Year’s Eve and Day.
Chef Brendan McGill’s The Bar at Café Hitchcock and Bruciato, both located on Bainbridge Island, are each offering a pop-up series to make the winter a bit more delicious.
For an intimate, take-home feast for two or a celebratory multi-course, wine-paired dinner with family and friends, ring in Christmas in the tastiest fashion at these Washington restaurants.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and out-of-towners and locals alike are looking to get into the festive spirit in Seattle. From romantic escapes to family-friendly stays, here are just a few of Seattle’s top holiday hotel packages and specials.
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For foodies who can’t get enough bubbles and chocolate, lovers of live theater and the arts or those who appreciate a unique experience (whether at-home or from a bird’s-eye view), here are more than a dozen gifts from Washington State’s finest to fulfill all of your holiday gifting needs.
Leave the work to the pros this Thanksgiving and dine-in or take-out your holiday feast from these adored Washington dining destinations.
From Nov. 4 to Nov. 28, the 41st Seattle International Comedy Competition takes place with a 17-performance tour throughout the Puget Sound area. After taking 2020 off due to the pandemic, the competition is ready to delight Seattle audiences by introducing them to some of today’s best comics.