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Four Drinks to Make for Your 2014 Oscars Party

By: 
A.J. Rathbun
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The Captain's Blood cocktail

It’s time to roll out the red carpet for all those you’ve invited over to watch the 2014 Oscars (and hopefully it’s a bunch of folks, cause it’s always more fun to watch with a crowd). But to ensure that your Academy Awards party is the winner, serve up one of the following drinks. Two of these bevs match up nicely with films up for Best Picture, and two hearken back to silver screen goddesses of the past, if you're feeling a little nostalgic. Read more »

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Matt Dillon's Second Wave of London Plane Now Open in Pioneer Square!

By: 
Julien Perry
London Plane: The Sequel

Well played, Occidental Plaza. You managed to get yourself three pretty fantastic anchors courtesy of one of Seattle's most lauded restaurateurs.

London Plane, the long-awaited sequel to Matt Dillon's (Sitka & Spruce, Corson Building, Bar Sajor) wine bar and retail shop of the same name opened at 8 a.m. this morning, completing his two-tiered collaboration with Katherine Anderson of Marigold & Mint. Read more »

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UK Designer Extraordinaire Tom Dixon Drops into Inform Interiors on Saturday

Tom Dixon has left his mod mark from Amsterdam to Barcelona, as well as, most recently, in Paris' trés swanky Eclectic Restaurant (see it here). On Saturday (3/1), 5-8 p.m., Dixon stops at Seattle's Inform Interiors (South Lake Union, 300 Dexter Ave. N; 206.622.1608) as part of his new North American tour. Read more »

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Thaw Out! Local Hot Springs and Saunas Where you can Warm Up and Relax

Hot Springs Cove

Spring is just barely upon us, but you may still need to shake out those winter chills after a long and dreary season. In our March issue, we wrote about road tripping it to Sol Duc Hot Springs and Resort, which is nestled in a valley carved by the mighty Sol Duc River in the Olympic Peninsula and embraced by old-growth evergreens. But we couldn’t just stop at one. Here are a few of our favorite not-too-far-away places to soak up the healing hot mineral waters. Read more »

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Revamp Report: Dot's Delicatessen Reopens Tonight as Dot's Charcuterie & Bistrot

By: 
Julien Perry
The "old" Dot's

Back in January, Allison Scheff broke news that Dot's Delicatessen would be closing its Fremont doors to make way for a revamp that would ultimately see it transform from corner deli to Dot's Charcuterie & Bistrot. And tonight, ladies and genteleman, is the night of the grand revealRead more »

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