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Upscale and Whimsical Eats Unite at Seattle’s New Sawyer

Megan Hill

By the looks of things at his new Ballard restaurant, Sawyer, Mitch Mayers is having a blast — and so are his diners. The chef was most recently chef de…

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Recipe: Elysian Brewing’s Dark Night Beertail

Liana Scarsella

The Northwest gave summer a decent go of it, but it’s time to wake up and smell the (pumpkin spiced) coffee. You can fight it, but your tan is going…

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Discover Serenity near SeaTac at Cedarbrook Lodge

Heather Larson

Not your typical airport hotel, yet Cedarbrook Lodge is less than two miles from SeaTac Airport. Instead of constant noise and roaring traffic, you’ll find a retreat-like setting surrounded by…

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There’s Booze in the Water: Hard Seltzer Takes Off

Kenneth Clarkson

It seems the craft alcohol industry knows no bounds. If there’s a will, there’s a way. Or more like if there’s a beverage, then there’s a way to turn said…

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4 Cannabis Drinks for Lazy Days

Erin James

As a beverage lover, you’re eager to learn about what to sip and how best to enjoy it, and cannabis producers are creating a number of libations to fill that…

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The Third Annual Montana Cider Week

Erin James

Back for its third year, Montana Cider Week will celebrate the craft of hard cider with events across Montana from September 29th through October 7th. Take part in over 30…

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Walla Walla Valley Winemakers Share Weekend Itineraries

Sip Northwest

The Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance (WWVWA) released the second annual WWander Walla Walla Valley Wine series of curated winemaker itineraries today. The WWVWA partnered with Walla Walla Valley winemakers…

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Recipe: 3 PDX Distillery Row Punches for a Thirsty Crowd

Erin James

This Saturday, like most, calls for a cocktail. And the eight craft distilleries known as Portland’s Distillery Row — plus three from the NW Distiller’s District — have dedicated their monthly…

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Eats

How to Feast like You Were Born To

Julia Wayne

The time is finally upon us for the Pacific Northwest’s most gorgable four-day food festival: Feast. Starting tomorrow, September 13, the plates will be piled, the drinks will be flowing…

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