Eat Drink Play – Green Lake

With easy access to downtown Seattle thanks to its location between I-5 and Aurora Ave, the Green Lake neighborhood has become very popular for people who desire quick access to the city life, while having more space and quieter surroundings. The centerpiece of the neighborhood is Green Lake Park, which attracts thousands of people every day to enjoy swimming, picnics, athletic fields, a playground and the 2.8 mile path around the lake. EAT LUCIA: ITALIAN KITCHEN & BAR 7102 Woodlawn Read More

Remodel Your Home For A Profit

The Changes That Add Value 1. The Kitchen. If someone asked me the best place to remodel to add value, I’d tell them the kitchen every time. Despite how much take-out food we consume, the kitchen is still considered the heart of the home and is a top reason people give for why they wanted to purchase their home. 2. The main bathroom. People know how much time they spend in the bathroom and they really look at the details. Read More

Eat * Drink * Play – Edmonds

Edmonds, a quiet town on the Puget Sound just a little north of the Seattle city limits. Known for having really good schools, a top notch Saturdays farmer market, and for being home to one side of the Kingston – Edmonds Ferry. It’s community feel is very strong and can be seen all summer long at the many festivals it holds such as the Taste of  Edmonds and its yearly Fourth of July holiday fireworks show. Eat Chantrelle 316 Main Read More

Eat * Drink * Play – Shoreline

Today’s Eat * Drink * Play, we are taking a look at the city directly north of Seattle, the popular city of Shoreline. Shoreline is a huge attraction for families because of its school district, which is ranked third in the state. But there is a lot of other reasons that make Shoreline a great place to live. From Shoreline, you are 20 minutes (without traffic) from either downtown Seattle or Lynnwood’s Alderwood mall, striking the perfect balance between getting Read More

Eat * Drink * Play – Ballard

Tucked away in the northwest section of Seattle, the Ballard neighborhood is easily one of the city’s most sought after locations to live. It has a great mix of being a perfect area to raise a family, yet not too far from very popular bars and eateries. Originally founded with a large Nordic population, this cultural influence can be seen still today within small shops, antique stores, and local art celebrations.  At one time, Ballard was known as a great Read More

Eat, Drink, Play – Fremont

Welcome to the first installment of Eat, Drink, Play! Each week we pick three places you need to visit in the Seattle greater metro area. Sometimes it will be about a Seattle suburb like Shoreline or Bothell, and sometimes we will focus on a neighborhood of Seattle. This month we look at – FREMONT Long known by its residents as “the center of the universe,” you can find Fremont lying along Lake Washington Ship Canal, north of Queen Anne and Read More