A Few Seattle Hotspots for Your Weekend Plans

January 23, 2017

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Do you know what your weekend plans are yet? If not, that’s quite alright because we have a few hip hangout hotspots that are sure to make your weekend fun and memorable. When you get a bit bored of the nightclub scene, here are a few places to check out.

 

Rock Box

1603 Nagle Plaza, Seattle, WA 98122

This is not your ordinary nightlife hotspot. If you love cocktails and karaoke, then Rock Box is going to make you one very happy human. This Japanese-style karaoke club even has private rooms so you and your pals can sing to your heart’s content.

 

Unicorn

1118 E Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122

Ever been to a carnival-themed bar? Neither have we, but it sounds like the best night ever. Munch on a corn dog, sip your favorite cocktail, and see how much fun you and your friends have playing arcades.


Go on a Delicious Journey this Weekend in Seattle

January 16, 2017

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You don’t need us to tell you that there are plenty of ways to have fun in Seattle. If you’re looking for a few awesome ways to fill up your weekend calendar, then be sure to check out Edible City: A Delicious Journey.

 

What is Edible City: A Delicious Journey? We’re glad you asked. It’s basically a museum experience unlike any other and it’s definitely something that you need to check out. Plus, it’s for all ages, so it’s a perfect way to spend the entire day with the family. And the best part? The entire event revolves around food, something Seattle is known for.

 

Edible City: A Delicious Journey will explore the story of how people eat in Seattle and how urban palates have developed. You’ll have the opportunity to explore Seattle’s geography, history, and the great people who call it ‘home.’ The event will take place at the Museum of History & Industry, which is located at 860 Terry Avenue. Kids 14 and under get in free!

 


Convenient Property Features at Bowman Make Living Easy

January 09, 2017

We get it. You expect a lot from your apartment living community and Bowman Stoneway Apartments in Seattle wants to provide everything you deserve and so much more. From plenty of recreational activities to convenient amenities, Bowman Apartments is one of the best places to call ‘home.’

 

When it comes to recreational fun, Bowman has you covered. A sports lounge with ping-pong, shuffleboard, and even a foosball table will always ensure that there’s something fun to do. Set up a game of poker in the gaming lounge with your buddies or relax on the large rooftop deck with your friends.

 

Bowman also makes it easy to keep up with your active lifestyle. Spend some time in the cardio fitness room after a long day at work, or challenge yourself in the Crossfit/TRX Room. Here in Seattle, Bowman has it all. They certainly haven’t forgotten about your furry friends either. The dog run and dog wash area make taking care of your pet that much easier. Bowman Apartments has thought of everything and they can’t wait for you to be a part of it.


New Year’s Day Brunch in Seattle

December 23, 2016

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After a night out celebrating with your friends and family for New Year’s Eve, you’re going to want to replenish with a nutritious breakfast. Luckily, Seattle has you covered. Here are the top brunch hotspots for your New Year’s Day.

 

Cafe Flora

2901 E Madison Street, Seattle, Washington 98112

You can enjoy a wonderful brunch in a beautiful courtyard at Cafe Flora. With plenty of vegetarian options, this is the perfect place for those with dietary restrictions.

 

Palisade

Elliott Bay Marina Inc, 2601 W Marina Plaza, Seattle, Washington 98199

With sweeping views of Elliott Bay in an elegant space, it doesn’t get much fancier than this.

 

Salty’s on Alki Beach

1936 Harbor Avenue Southwest, Seattle, Washington 98126

You’ll still find gorgeous views of Puget Sound at Salty’s on Alki Beach, but if you want to get the most for your money, head to this brunch hotspot known for its bountiful brunch buffets.


Holiday Fun Near Your Seattle Apartment

December 16, 2016

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Here in Seattle, there are plenty of ways to celebrate the holiday season and we have a few upcoming events that are sure to make your season a memorable one.

 

Jazzin’ with the Classics by Candlelight | December 20, 2016 | University Christian Church

4731 15th Avenue, Northeast, Seattle, WA 98105

It’s a little bit of candlelight, some wonderful music, and a whole bunch of fun. Yes, it’s Jazzin’ with Classics by Candlelight presented by the University Christian Church. The event takes place at 7:00 pm and you can find more information here.

 

A Christmas Carol | Now through December 28, 2016 | ACT Theatre

700 Union Street, Seattle, WA 98101

What’s the holiday season without the classic story beloved by all? It’s the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, the curmudgeon who has to learn the hard way what the true meaning of Christmas entails. It’s the perfect way to spend time with your family and loved ones.


Eat Dinner at One of These Delicious Seattle Restaurants

December 08, 2016

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There are so many wonderful restaurants in Seattle just waiting for you to make a reservation. When it comes to date night, a birthday dinner, or a much-needed family gathering, there are a few dinner hotspots near your Seattle apartment that you definitely need to know about.

 

Flintcreek Cattle Co. | 8421 Greenwood Ave N

Meat-lovers can finally rejoice. Flintcreek Cattle Co. serves up the very best is venison, bison, wild boar, and so much more! From steakhouse classic chops like filet mignon and rib eye, you can be sure that your meal will be just the way you want it.

 

Asadero Sinaloa | 5405 Leary Ave NW

Homemade flour tortillas and stone-ground salsas are what you’ll find at Asadero Sinaloa. Serving up some of the most authentic Mexican food in Seattle, this place is one you need to check out, especially if you love carne asada, a dish they’re becoming known for.


Celebrate the Holidays Seattle Style This Year

November 27, 2016

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You don’t need to look very far to find fun and exciting holiday events in your own backyard. After all, you live in one of the liveliest cities around. This December, fill up your calendar with some excitement and fun. Here are a few ways to get started.

 

Christmas Radio Show

December 9, 2016 at 7:45 pm

It wouldn’t be Christmas without Charles Dickens’ holiday classic A Christmas Carol. Head over to Town Hall Seattle to watch a live radio production of this beloved story.

 

Christmas Jazz

December 17, 2016 at 7:30 pm

The Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra is featuring the Sacred Music of Duke Ellington. Renowned vocalists, singers, and performers will make your holiday evening complete.

 

A Christmas Movie

December 21 – 24, 2016 

White Christmas is a classic Christmas movie featuring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Rosemary Clooney. This event includes free jingle bells and a pre-film music video along with Christmas songs at the SIFF Film Center. There are multiple times available for this event so choose one that works best for you.


How to Roast Nearly Any Vegetable

November 20, 2016

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Thanksgiving is coming and so are the holidays, which means you’ll probably be in the kitchen a few times over the next few weeks. For those of us who aren’t experts in the kitchen, roasted vegetables are the way to go. Whether you’re bringing a side dish along or you simply want to try making a healthy addition to any meal, here’s how to roast nearly any vegetable.

Pick Your Veggie

You really can’t go wrong here. From tomatoes to parsnips to asparagus, every vegetable is worth giving a try.

Choose Your Oil

Olive oil is certainly a staple, but don’t be afraid to try other delicious oils like coconut or sunflower. Don’t be afraid to skimp on this step either. How much oil should you use? A good rule is until your vegetables are coated with a glossy finish.

Next, simply turn your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, spread those veggies on a cooking sheet and cook them until they’re slightly brown or toasted. Then, add salt and pepper to taste and you’re done. It’s really that easy.


Celebrate Culture and More This Friday in Seattle

November 13, 2016

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It’s time to make your Friday night unforgettable and when you live in Seattle, it’s easier than ever. With so much culture and diversity right in your own backyard, you can join in on celebrating what makes this city so great. Global Party is coming to Seattle and you definitely don’t want to miss out on the fun.

 

This Friday, November 18, 2016, head out to Global Party a high-energy performance at The Moore Theatre. This performance is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Featuring young and community Northwest performers, this show is one that will celebrate rich cultural traditions from around the world.

 

Whether you’re heading out with friends or family, this unique event will make the perfect addition to your weekend plans. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the show begins at 7:30 pm. The Moore Theatre is located at 1932 Second Avenue in Seattle Washington. Tickets are only $10 and you can purchase them here.


Make the Most of Bicycling in Seattle With These Tips

November 08, 2016

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Did you know that Seattle has been named the “Number 1 City for Bicyclists,” which makes it the perfect way to get to wherever you’re going. Well, now you do, which also means that it’s time to make the most of this highly accessible and healthy way to travel. It will also help you save on gas and help save the environment! Seriously, what’s not to love? Whether it’s a run to the grocery store or a morning commute to work, here are some tips to make sure you have an amazing biking experience.

 

Start Slow & Estimate Amount of Time

If you’re just starting out on the biking lifestyle then it’s probably not a good idea to start it off with a 10-mile bike ride. Start small. If you’re considering biking to work, try to bike through your route on your days off so you know just how long it will take you.

 

Preparation is Key

When it comes to a bike ride, you’ll want to be prepared for a few things. Be sure you know how to change a flat. If it’s a particularly hot day or long bike ride, consider bringing an extra pair of clothes so you can stay fresh. Looking a little cloudy? Prepare for rain by bringing a seat cover for your bike.