It is safe to say pizza is always on our mind, so celebrating National Pepperoni Pizza Day on Sept. 20 is certainly on our priority list. Just in time for the tasty holiday, here are seven Washington state restaurants for creme de la creme ‘za.
With eats ranging from classics like eggs benedict to indulgent fare like fruit-topped Belgian waffles, locals will be delighted to learn that Conversation at Thompson Seattle is back open for brunch seven days a week.
It turns out that good s’mores can be enjoyed beyond a campfire. Here are some of the best spots in Washington to indulge in a s’more dessert on National S’mores Day.
With last winter’s snow melting away and sunny days making their annual return, Pike Place Market has extended its patio for public seating daily from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m. to help its guests soak up some rays.
While Seattle might have more of a reputation for its rich coffee scene, the city is also home to some of the freshest spirits, craft cocktails and beer offerings in the Pacific Northwest. Here are some of Seattle’s best happy hours to visit and indulge in for an authentic taste of the Emerald City.
Pouring from Walla Walla’s only exclusive sparkling winery, Yellowhawk Resort and Sparkling House has released its first four wines.
Attention all cocoa nuts: Seattle’s own Theo Chocolate hosts a pop-up shop at Periodic in South Lake Union April 29 to May 13.
Seattle-based Heavy Restaurant Group has declared April to be rosé month. To celebrate, the group is offering sweet themed swag and even an upcoming tasting that invites diners to #roséallday.
If you find jelly doughnuts to be a bore, these shops in Seattle are bringing daring new flavors for those who defy doughnut tradition.
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.