Noi Thai Cuisine is centrally located in the robust Green Lake neighborhood of Seattle. This laidback “beach town” most commonly known for its bike paths and outdoor sports fields is now home to the area’s newest Thai restaurant.
The Pacific Northwest is a seriously great wine destination. And if you’re determined to see the beauty and spirited culture that lies beyond Napa, it’s well worth your while to trek off on one of the state’s many wine tours—which can take you through the hype of Pike Place Market, Leavenworth, the outskirts of the northern border, and beyond.
Chef/restaurateurs Phillip Frankland Lee and Margarita Kallas-Lee, behind Los Angeles’ Scratch Restaurants group, will open Sushi By Scratch Restaurants in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood on Sept. 1.
From eccentric cheese-infused teas to fruity fish bowls almost as big as a toddler, the following are the top ten fun drink spots in Washington.
Diana Naramore is the owner and CVO of Seattle’s Sip and Ship. “Sip and Ship is an urban trifecta created to simplify life’s complexities – combining the warmth of a coffee shop, convenience of mailbox rentals and mailing center with a carefully curated gift shop inside.”
Located in Vancouver on the southern border of Washington state is Pizzeria La Sorrentina, an Italian eatery focused on bringing fresh ingredients and classic recipes straight from Italy to the Pacific Northwest.
Walla Walla Steak Co. and Crossbuck Taproom is now welcoming guests to its new outpost at Woodinville Schoolhouse No. 23. The restaurant and taproom serves up award-winning food, beer, craft cocktails and wine in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
A new coffee spot has entered the scene inside Spire Seattle, and unlike the many other shops in the coffee capital, Himalayan Java serves up specialty, Nepalese-style coffee to each guest.
Dani Cone is the founder and CEO of Cone & Steiner, a modern take on the classic general store carrying specialty, local and basic goods in Seattle. “C&S is based on my great-grandfather Sam Cone’s original store of the same name, established in Seattle in 1915 shortly after he came to this country.”
El Gaucho is the premiere luxury steakhouse of the Pacific Northwest and their Seattle location is their flagship with roots dating back to 1953. El Gaucho Seattle moved in 2020 to its new home in the historic Union Stables building.