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Seattle Happy Hours: A.J. Rathbun Picks Four of His Favorites

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A.J. Rathbun
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Teachers Lounge in Greenwood

There is nothing like happy hour. An hour, maybe an hour and a half, between the workday rigors and the calm of a nice evening at home; it almost feels as necessary as breakfast. To really be a great happy hour spot, in my opinion, a bar must fit a few criteria. First, it must have great cocktails (beer and wine, both of which I love, are neither historical nor ideal happy hour drinks). Read more »

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Restaurant Openings, Closings & More

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Julien Perry

Keeping track of restaurant news can be a daunting task. Here's a round-up from the past week to help you manage.

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Seattle Mariners Turn Back the Clock, a New Must-See Sculpture Downtown and Four Party Drinks to Make on Memorial Day

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Seattle's version of Echo (this one pictured in New York) was just installed at Olympic Sculpture Park

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The Olympic Sculpture Park Gets a Head

Step aside, Ferris wheel. “Echo,” the new, 46-foot-tall white head—just installed at the shoreline of the Olympic Sculpture Park—faces the Olympic Mountains and serves as a serene beacon for everyone from Puget Sound sailors to Myrtle Edwards joggers. Read more »

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Totokaelo's Jill Wenger Featured in T Magazine

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Lauren Mang
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Jill Wenger, the owner of men's, women's and home accessories boutique Totokaelo on Capitol Hill, gave some serious Seattle shout-outs in a recent interview with the New York Times' T Magazine. In it, she praises Spinasse and Bar Sajor as two of her favorite nosh spots as well as Il Corvo for lunch and Mr. Gyros on Phinney Ridge for great cheap eats. Read more »

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Mossback On Assignment: Sightseeing via the Rocky Mountaineer Train

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Knute Berger
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Canada is a good place, apparently, for a trip, as editor at large Knute Berger discovered on his trek

As Seattle Magazine's editor at large, I get to do the dirty jobs sometimes. Like this week, I'm up in the Canadian Rockies. We came up from Seattle to Vancouver then on to Banff via a Canadian sightseeing train called the Rocky Mountaineer: think domes, cars and gourmet food while cruising on rails through the wilderness. It was a smooth and splendid ride. I'm also spending time in Banff, Jasper and Lake Louise because, well, someone has to do it. Read more »

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