The June 2013 Issue

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A Kale-Filled Buddha Bowl at Thrive

The older I get, the more I notice the correlation between what I eat and how I feel. Invigorated or sleepy, energized or comatose: I can usually predict the outcome of whatever I put in the tank. So, after a night of omnivorous indulgence (and maybe one too many drinks), I balance it out with…

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Affordable Fare at Marination Ma Kai

Views, brews and affordable food on the waterfront: What’s not to like about the newest Marination location? Unlike its upscale neighbor to the south, Salty’s, Ma Kai has a workman-like dining room furnished with extra-long picnic tables and floor-to-ceiling windows. Or take a pint of Marination Brown Session Ale ($5) and perfectly moist cod in…

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Restaurant Review: Pizzeria 22

Hidden Italian gem Pizzeria 22 cooks up Neapolitan pies in West Seattle

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MOHAI’s Must-See Houseboat Exhibit

MOHAI dives into Seattle’s longfloating houseboat community

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Better with Age: Chinook Wines and Yakima AVA Turn 30

When Kay Simon and Clay Mackey first put down roots in Prosser in 1983, there were only about 40 wineries in the state, and the Yakima Valley had just been established as the state’s first American Viticultural Area (AVA). The inspirational couple behind Chinook Wines, Simon and Mackey went on to carve a niche for…