Food and Drink
The Station, a popular coffee shop and community hub on Beacon Hill, plans to open a second location in Columbia City by the end of spring.
Why it matters: Co-owner Luis Rodriguez tells Axios his goal has always been to provide a place where people can meet their neighbors and beat the fabled Seattle Freeze. He has the same idea in mind for the Columbia City location.
Plant-based burger joint Next Level Burger is opening a second Seattle location — and, if past experience is a guide, you can expect a line at the grand opening Saturday in Ballard.
Why it matters: Seattle's vegan food scene saw some prominent closures during the pandemic, including the shuttering of vegan tiki bar No Bones Beach Club as well as Wayward Vegan, the longstanding vegan diner in Roosevelt.
A local company prides itself on being the nation's first and only "seltzery" — so much so, that it has threatened to sue other businesses that try to use the term.
Why it matters: Other companies question whether San Juan Seltzer should be allowed to assert trademark rights for the word "seltzery," which competitors argue is commonly used to describe places that serve spiked sparkling water.
Long weekends like this one often bring out-of-town visitors (and sometimes, for locals, pressure to entertain them).
- One thing travelers typically want to know is: "Where can I find Seattle's best seafood?"
We've got you covered with these local spots that won't disappoint.
If you fall in love with a particular Chardonnay at a tasting at an out-of-state winery, you can get those bottles shipped back to Washington. But find something you like at a wine shop in another state? No such luck.
What's happening: A new bill in Washington's Legislature proposes allowing retail wine stores in other states to ship directly to Washington residents, just like out-of-state wineries can.
I've spent the past two months inhaling carbs around Seattle to bring you this list of great Seattle bagel shops.
Details: I tried more than a dozen places, which most likely included your favorite spot.
After back-to-back celebrations in December and over New Year's, some of us feel as if we never want to look at a cocktail again — or at least not for a few weeks.
Fortunately, there are several places in Seattle that have a range of nonalcoholic cocktail options perfect for those looking to take time off from drinking.
Of all the elaborate Christmas cookies in the world to savor, we in Washington are apparently obsessed with the most basic: the bar cookie.
Catch up quick: Bar cookies, in case you are unfamiliar, involve spreading your sweet dough of choice in a pan, dumping some stuff on top, and later cutting it all into squares or rectangles.
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