I’ve always loved participating in this every year! Seattle food and Seattle restaurants never cease to amaze me. Start making dinner plans and making dinner dates now! For the full list, click here.
- Seattle Restaurant Week began! This year, it runs through April 8-19. Check out the participating restaurants here.
- We viewed Death Cab For Cutie’s live music video for “You Are A Tourist.”
- We read some news and stuff.
- Madewell debuted their Fall 2011 collection and it was glorious!
- I got a little antsy about summer wedding season. Ashley and I spent 45 minutes watching wedding/proposal videos this evening.
- I wanted to buy some things. What else is new?
- There were a few things that I was obsessing over and they were awesome. Enough said.
- This infographic already told us what we already knew about the Pacific Northwest.
- This book was pretty cool.
- I wondered why Washington never had any cool prints made for them like this one.
- This is the best excuse I’ve ever seen.
- Bloggers are making their mark on the world! The Man Repeller’s Leandra Medine will be releasing a new book slated for next year. [Source]
- Pinterest puts their foot down when it comes to thinspiration images on their website. [Source]
- Could H&M be on the verge of launching a luxury brand? [Source]
- The lyrics slay me.
- Britney Spears is joining X Factor y’all! [Source]
- Maroon 5′s new album “Overexposed” will be released in June. [Source]
- A new MGMT record will be released this September! [Source]
- Australian music group, Jet, has decided to part ways. [Source]
- Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros will release their second album together by the end of the year. [Source]
- A Hunger Games vacation. [Source]
- JJ Abrams isn’t letting anyone see Star Trek 2 before it comes out! [Source]
- The Weinstein Company has decided to retaliate against the MPAA and will release the new documentary, “Bully,” as unrated. [Source]
- Direct R.J. Cutler (The September Issue) will direct yet another fashion-based film. [Source]
- We said goodbye to one of my favorite series, Skins. [Source]
- Teen Mom 2 star Jenelle is going under the knife. [Source]
- Mike “The Situation” has checked into rehab for prescription pills and alcohol. [Source]
- 30 Rock will do another live episode next month. [Source]
- Lifetime has pulled a controversial episode of Dance Moms featuring the young girls as little showgirls. [Source]
- Jo Rivera from Teen Mom 2 attempts a rap career. [Source]
- Here’s a first look at AnnaSophia Robb as a young Carrie Bradshaw. [Source]
- Camille Grammer is not returning to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. [Source]
- ABC Family has picked up the network rights to The Hunger Games – will air in 2014. [Source]
- Jimmy Kimmel will host the Emmy’s! [Source]
- Everyday Music has officially moved across the street. [Source]
- Ballard burger spot, The Counter, has closed. [Source]
- A store I recently discovered while in San Francisco, Bevmo, will open up two locations in Washington in Silverdale and Tacoma. Um…I think they really meant Seattle, but that’s not happening. [Source]
- Seattle Restaurant Week begins April 8th! [Source]
- There is a Vintage Wedding Fair going down this weekend. Swoon swoon swoon. [Source]
- Miami Heat show their support for Trayvon Martin. [Source]
- Jason Russell’s naked meltdown was because of a brief reactive psychosis. [Source]
- Tori Spelling is pregnant again. [Source]
- Kim’s flour shower. [Source]
- Megan Fox has spent $60K + on plastic surgery. [Source] Yikes.
- Hilary Duff gave birth to son Luca last week.
- Khloe Kardashian turns her back on PETA after her sister’s incident. [Source]
- VS Angel Adriana Lima is also pregnant. [Source]
From April 10-14 and 17-21, 150 restaurants in Seattle will be participating in Restaurant Week! For those of you who are unfamiliar with this event, it means that you can dine at any one of the featured restaurants and get a 3-course meal for only $28. Some restaurants are even allowing $15 lunches.
There are so many restaurants on the list that I have always wanted to try out including: Serious Pie, Quinn’s, Poppy, Barrio, and Taste so hopefully I’ll make it out to at least one. However, if any of you need recommendations, I suggest Purple Cafe, Oddfellow’s, Wild Ginger, or Salty’s, but I’m sure all of them are just great!
For the complete list and details, click here.
Here’s the deal:
Eat at one of the 126 participating restaurants from October 17-October 28th and get a 3-course meal for just $25.00 What a deal! Eat at more than one restaurant if you wish. There are even some restaurants that are offering a lunch alternative for just $15.00
To view the list of participating restaurants and their menus click here!
The Seattle Times and the best restaurants in Seattle have decided to collaborate for Seattle Restaurant Week. For ten days only (April 18-29) the selected restaurants will offer up this special deal that includes three courses for only $25. That’s quite generous considering the fact that there are restaurants around here that charge $25 for one course. It’s nice to take advantage of nice things sometimes isn’t it?
For more information on the event and the participating restaurants, click here