Weekend Round-Up 5/30/14 to 6/1/14...

The week after vacation is basically the hardest week ever, even if it is a short one, so I’m really really ready to ditch the whole structured schedule and work day thing and get back to napping and eating too much. If you need some activities to break up your napping, here are our suggestions: Celebrate Frost Doughnuts’ expansion into the world of cupcakes, frozen custard and other pastries. Free bubbly makes...

You’re Invited to Frost Doughnuts Grand Re-O...

I’ll admit it – the longer I’ve lived in Seattle, the more reluctant I have grown to cross those pesky bridges and enter into suburbia. However, the delicious doughnuts at Frost in Mill Creek are absolutely worth the drive. And this Friday, May 30, Frost is re-opening as Frost Dessert Lounge. You’re invited to celebrate with them as they roll out their new collection of doughnuts, cupcakes, soft serve...

Burgers and Burgundy at RN74...

The good news is that this post is about a pretty amazing deal on a delicious burger and some really tasty wine. The bad news is that this deal is only good for one more week, so you best act quickly. I’m talking about Burgers and Burgundy at RN74 Seattle, where you can get a gourmet burger and a glass of fancy French wine for just $20. May has been a celebration of burger goodness and RN74, but I’m late to tell...

Weekend Round-Up: 5/16/14 to 5/18/14...

The sun may be gone this weekend, but look on the bright side: it’s the perfect opportunity to rotate your laundry, right? Eh, if you want something more interesting to do, check this list out: Friday, May 16th is National Bike to Work Day. So if you pedal to work, stop by one of the stations all over town and get free coffee, bagels, bike check-ups and more. There’s a new gaming cafe in town, and this time...

5th Annual Lemonade Stand and Tomato Plant Sale at...

Please, please, please do not let August sneak up on you and shock your wallet with the price of delicious heirloom tomatoes. A good ripe tomato at the peak of the season is one of the best things you can put in your belly, but those suckers cost upwards of $6 a pound at the farmers markets. This year, save yourself some money and grow your own. Stock up on tomato plants this weekend at the Fred Lind Manor’s 5th Annual...
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