January 2017

Seattle’s Pot Shops Get Fancy

Pot stores aren't all equal, but they're doing all right

Vela’s sleek interior. Experts predict U.S. cannabis sales will reach $50 billion by 2026, close to wine’s $50.8 billion

Tim Appelo

Clean and Serene, This Point Roberts Home Is One Light House

A Point Roberts family home emphasizes fresh air and natural light

Facing south towards the Strait of Georgia and the San Juan Islands, the Point Roberts home of Sonya and David Liu is laid out around a long, L-shaped plan to best angle major spaces, like the large trellised terrace, towards the southern sun

Maria Dolan

Food We Love: Sea Wolf Bakery

Chocolate croissants hide Valrhona chocolate so bittersweet it’s a (welcome) surprise at first bite

The lastest buttery temptations to hit Seattle’s bakery scene

Chelsea Lin

15 Ways to Survive Seattle’s Winter

Curling up with a good book in front of a fire isn’t the only way to get through Seattle’s long, dark winter. That works too, but we’ve found plenty of other ways to brighten your days

It may be dark outside, but the Fairmont Olympic pool downtown offers a warm space to welcome the day

Seattle Magazine Staff

Ramen Nirvana: Ramen Bushi-Do

Oodles of noodles from the Dough Zone folks

Miso ramen, with a slow-cooked egg and chicken potstickers on the side

Chelsea Lin

Georgetown’s Equinox Studios Gathers and Grows a South End Arts Gang

Equinox Studios is luring big names to Seattle’s latest arts hot spot with innovative deals

Fire art at Equinox

Tim Appelo