Trinh Nguyen is the chef/owner of Ba Sa Restaurant. Located on Bainbridge Island, Ba Sa is a Vietnamese restaurant inspired by Pacific Northwest ingredients and French techniques.
As a destination town, the city of Seabrook has lots to offer–from the ocean views to breathtaking sunsets–and The Stowaway Wine Bar is at the center of it all. Visit The Stowaway’s new location at 203 Market Street for a truly captivating wine bar experience.
After having to close its doors in March 2020, Lark in Seattle is back with a new dining space, refined menu and a stellar four-course dining experience.
Whether it be advocating for women, children and families experiencing homelessness, prioritizing access to education for underserved populations and people of color or aiding those in the restaurant and hospitality industry facing financial and emotional crisis, this philanthropy-minded group is showing up for Washington and its communities in a big way.
Garry Montag is the owner of The Stowaway Wine Bar and co-owner of Rising Tide Tavern, two of Seabrook’s most adored dining destinations. “The Stowaway is moving to our new location next door where we are expanding our menu, hosting more wine events and scheduling live music – all with an ocean view!”
Though most of us do not have the pleasure of seeing the 94th Academy Awards live in person on March 27, we can still enjoy the show from home with loved ones. In honor of the fun tradition, Seattle’s Bite Society is offering specialty Oscar party gift baskets to suit every gathering style.
Spring break season is finally here! Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway, looking to explore more of your city or are hoping to unplug with a relaxing, nature-filled escape, Washington is home to so many fun experiences and nearby destinations that will ensure your March vacay is truly unforgettable.
Lendy Hensley is the co-founder of Bite Society, a Seattle company that was born during the pandemic. “At Bite Society, we’ve made gift baskets cool again.”
Fairmont Olympic Hotel has completed the last item in its $25 million renovation: the highly anticipated restaurant, The George. The new dining destination is sure to make a splash in Seattle’s dining scene and is set to open its doors on April 4.
The yearlong initiative from the Seattle-based beauty brand will work to challenge the narrow standards of beauty that are ever-present in today’s society.