October 2019

In this issue:

Fall Road Trips: Explore hidden gems this season from the Cascades to the Oregon Coast. (Pick up your copy on newsstands now!)

PLUS: Where to find the season’s best rain gear, explore south Seattle’s most vibrant neighborhood, visit to the Halloween capital of Washington and much more!

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From this Issue

Kitanda uses Brazilian traditions as its foundation, tweaking them to appeal to new audiences

A longtime fixture in the Seattle fashion scene, Anthony Tippins proves that refined elegance is always in style.

According to an old Scandinavian saying, ‘There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothes.’ We agree—invest in a few stylish, functional waterproof garments and gear and you’ll be set through the next eight months of unpredictable rain

A Q&A with the local authors about the entrepreneurial guide

Explore hidden gems this season from the Cascades to the Oregon Coast

Seattleites have been looking to the skies to innovate since the Klondike Gold Rush—Knute Berger explores our deep aviation roots

You won’t find hotels, restaurants or shops on Red Mountain. But the state’s most petite wine-growing region does have a generous community of makers and growers, with a recreational playland a stone’s throw away

A drive to the southern Oregon coast offers plenty of diversions, from wine to charming towns to elk watching

Located between Seattle and Portland, these two cities offer history, shopping and outdoor attractions

A dream drive through an under-the-radar Oregon wonderland, from lowland forest to Mount Jefferson

Whidbey’s charming Langley provides a vacation’s worth of enjoyment—and delicious food options—in a half-day excursion

Many urbanities are opting to rent—not buy—in luxe style. At $10,000 and up, the sky’s the limit

Small towns, farm goods and recreation beckon just outside of the city

This charming destination offers family-friendly island fun without the ferry

Just below the Canadian border, B’ham offers plenty for outdoors junkies and beer geeks

Forget yachts and kayaks—it’s all about the Venetian gondola in Gig Harbor

A new company offers affordable hop-on jet service to the public

Combining their musical talents and passion for the outdoors, Anastasia Allison and Rose Freeman play trailside concerts for hikers and trees alike

Afshan Abbas is creating a market for Pakistani artisans—and bringing unique pieces to Seattle

In Boo-coda, Halloween is celebrated all month long

In today’s dining scene, it’s hard to keep up with restaurant openings. But it’s our job (and our pleasure) to do just that. Here are a few new places worth checking out

The owners behind Navy Strength, Rob Roy and No Anchor jump into the natural wine game with Vinnie's Raw Bar

A beautification effort provided art for city maintenance entries

This flavorful gluten-free sandwich uses flattened, fried plantains in place of a bun

Molly Moon Neitzel is at the forefront of state and national efforts to tackle systemic pay inequity

This classic drink’s popularity remains high around town, whether in traditional or updated forms

Our handpicked list of the best bets for entertainment this month

Kirkland-based Roam Beyond's camping trailers

Camp off the beaten path in comfort