Join me and my best friend Elizabeth as we get into the holiday spirit in downtown Seattle!
Morning meeting? Grab one of the Dahlia Bakery’s breakfast sandwiches and reward yourself for waking up early.
I was gifted a “dinner for two” certificate to the Dahlia Lounge back in May of 2013, and of course I waited until the day before it expired to use it. Why? I couldn’t decide who to take with me.
I am, at best, like an E-list celebrity in Seattle – which basically means that I’m not one – but there are SOME moments that make it seem like I have celebrity status. Take the other night, for example, when I took my very first friend out to dinner at Tanakasan. Let me first back…
I was recently recruited to help plan a birthday party for a 13-year old girl. We bounced around a million ideas and ultimately landed on doing a scavenger hunt through the Pike Place Market with a dozen of her friends! Here’s how I did it:
Chan is an upscale Korean restaurant hidden within the Inn at the Market’s plaza in the Pike Place Market. We decided to order all six items on the happy hour menu – which set us back only $36 total – a steal of a deal!
You have to take two different elevators to reach the 73rd floor observation deck of the Columbia Tower, but luckily there’s a Starbucks located at the transfer point, so if you’re feeling nervous about the height, I suggest you grab a beverage and enjoy the pretty spectacular view that the 40th floor affords you. But let’s be honest, the 73rd floor is where it’s at…