March 2013

Going to My Happy Place

Editorial director Rachel Hart reflects on the bigger picture of our latest issue.

When my husband and I first bought our home, we felt somewhat banished in pre-cool Ballard. (This was 2001, and…

Rachel Hart

Charming Brunch Options at Wandering Goose

Wandering Goose is a little slip of a place—and charming for it.

The charms of Heather Earnhardt’s Wandering Goose are many: church pews for banquettes, lampshades made of flour sacks, poppies blooming…

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Tanglewood Supreme: Eclectic Seafood

Dim lighting and a throbbing soundtrack aren’t exactly what you expect to find in a restaurant on a Magnolia side…

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What’s New at Coastal Kitchen

This Capitol Hill staple closed and reopened with some improvements.

After Coastal Kitchen’s 20-year run as a beloved neighborhood staple, its owner, Jeremy Hardy, closed the old girl for a…

Seattle Mag

Cupofsugar.com? Helpful Neighborhood Websites

A pair of neighborly websites help build community at the micro level.

Forget leaning over the hedge, that’s so Home Improvement. Seattleites who want to borrow a rake, report a loose dog or…

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The Power of Two: Joule and The Whale Wins

Joule and The Whale Wins join the growing trend of restaurants finding strength in numbers.

Restaurants and stores have long relied on shared traffic to drive business. As counterintuitive as it may seem, several restaurants in…

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