September 2017

These Old School Washington Farmers Are Making Farm-to-Table Even More Direct

More growers see the benefit of selling their products directly to the consumer.

Fresh Nature Foods hummus comes from young, green chickpeas farmed or sourced by the Davenport family.

Treva Lind

Seattle’s Sexiest Dessert is Evolving in Delicious Ways

Seattle's Best Restaurant Trends: The local gelato landscape has grown well beyond Gelatiamo.

D’Ambrosio’s strawberry ricotta gelato.

Seattle Magazine Staff

Once One of Seattle’s Highest Crime Areas, High Point Has Transformed Into a Thriving, Diverse Community

When West Seattle’s low-income High Point neighborhood was redeveloped more than a decade ago, it was a bold experiment to create a thriving neighborhood of residents from different income and demographic backgrounds.

High Point, on the southeast edge of West Seattle, offers residents plenty of room to roam outdoors with pathways and

Erica C. Barnett

Inside a Local Design Star’s Southwest-Inspired Mountlake Terrace Home

When it comes to the rooms we live in, mindful design choices can reveal a lot about us, says Moorea Seal, whose home decor book recently debuted.

Moorea Seal lounges on the sofa with golden retriever, Lemon, surrounded by decor items that show her appreciation for nature,

Nia Martin

These New-School Pantsuits Aren’t Your Mother’s Office Wear

Taking a cue from designer collections, pop culture and Seattle’s ambitious and entrepreneurial women, modern pantsuits are bold, powerful and anything but matchy-matchy.

The Row “Pamie” coat in neutral, $4,350; Majestic Paris sleeveless turtleneck in ivory, $120; Narciso Rodriguez pants in beige, $1,095;

Nia Martin

Step Aside, Chef. Seattle’s Service Industry Stars Aren’t Always in the Kitchen

Front-of-house staff make our restaurant experiences equally as memorable as the food.

From left: Adam Fortuna, April Pogue, Jason Coult, Kathryn Olson, Maik Tow, Rebecca Olson

Seattle Mag