Navy Strength’s Coffee and Juice Bar is (Softly) Open

The tiki inspiration carries over to non-alcoholic drinks in this stylish Belltown cafe.

Anu Elford in her new tiki-inspired coffee and juice bar.

Chelsea Lin

How Local Luminaries Do Summer in Seattle

Favorite hikes, festivals and foodie spots that scream summer.

Deception Pass is a classic summer destination.

Seattle Magazine Staff

10 Seattle Subscription Boxes You Need to Know About

These trendy little packages offer monthly surprises from cupcakes to new wardrobes.

Because the world needs door-to-door cupcakes.

Caroline Craighead

5 Reasons to Visit the New Capitol Coffee Works

The cafe’s third location is softly open for cascara chocolates and perfect cappuccinos.

Everyone loves a good swing (and a cold brew).

Chelsea Lin

Coffee Lovers Unite at the 2017 Coffee Expo

A world of people nerded out to everything from nitro cold brew to sustainability in the coffee industry

Last week thousands of coffee lovers from around the world flooded Seattle’s Washington State Convention Center, making the pilgrimage to the nation’s coffee capital. The Global Specialty Coffee Expo, hosted by the nearly 30-year-old, industry nonprofit Specialty Coffee Association (SCA), gave coffee enthusiasts and experts the chance to learn about new industry trends and standards,…

Stephen Strom

Road Trip: Point Defiance Park

Museums, a gorgeous waterfront and good eats galore: Head south to Tacoma for a quick weekend getaway

Point Ruston Waterwalk near Point Defiance Park: super views

Rebecca Ratterman

Seattle’s 45 Best Global Dishes: African

Beef Suqaar—chopped beef with sliced bell peppers and onion dish from Somalia—from Juba Restaurant and Cafe in Tukwila. The banana is eaten alongside this dish as an accompaniment

Seattle Mag

11 Local Cafes Participating in ACLU Fundraiser This Weekend

It literally couldn’t be easier to help out

The Smoke-Ah Mocha at Slate Coffee’s U-District shop features Askinosie chocolate and is topped with smoked sea salt. Go!

Chelsea Lin

Pottery Northwest Exhibit Fuses Coffee and Clay

Upcoming exhibition displays Seattle's coffee obsession through ceramic art

Seattleites can’t get enough coffee. But the often forgotten and likely more important piece to this necessary beverage is its vessel. Pottery Northwest’s upcoming exhibit, “Coffee and Clay,” features coffee-related ceramic ware to demonstrate an intersection between seemingly separate mediums. It runs June 3 to July 1 and will celebrate 21 different artists, including work…

Carley Schmidt