There's a season for everything. Be thankful in November, giving in December. Today? Give in to temptation.
Cupcake Royale's featured Valentine’s Day treat is the “deathcake”($6.65). Made with Theo Chocolate, Stumptown espresso ganache and chocolate cake, it will be available at all four locations through February 14 (Capitol Hill, Ballard, Madrona and West Seattle: You're lucky). You can also buy their V-Day-themed "Sweetheart" 4-pack or "babycake" 6-pack.
You don't have to do all the work this February 14. Check out some entertaining options that will help score you major points with your belovedWhat's a day of love without the most famous star-crossed lovers? Benaroya Hall will present Tchaikovsky's Romeo & Juliet: A Valentine's Day Concert at 2 p.m. Prices vary.
Lucky for you, Seattle restaurants have got your back this Sunday, February 14. Here are just a few of the special menus being offerend around town on Valentine's Day.
(Note: The prices listed below do not include tax and gratuity).
When Seattlites say the weather is for the birds, they may mean it more than they know. To wit, the profusion of avian life that takes over the Skagit Valley each and every winter. The fallow farm fields leading into the shallows where river meets sea makes for a veritable all-you-can-eat buffet for both passing and resident birds.
Matt Dillon's not exactly leaving Eastlake.
Not entirely anyways. He's part-owner of Nettletown, which is opening in the Eastlake stripmall location where his beloved Sitka & Spruce (which closed at the end of the year, to reopen on Capitol Hill in the next couple of months) once lived.
If you're kicking yourself for missing recent killer performances at On the Boards, such as Reggie Watts & Tommy Smith's Transition (laugh-out-loud funny and true), or Diana Szeinblum's Alaska (stunning athleticism and emotion), or Allen Johnson's Another You (oh-my-god brutally good), well, you should still kick yourself, actu
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If you are into tilling your backyard flower or vegetable patch, you definitely don't want to miss the Northwest Flower & Garden Show at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle beginning Wednesday February 3 and running through the weekend.