Posts filed under: Washington

  • Agua Verde
Lunch on the water: Agua Verde Under new ownership and with a new chef. Plus…….the Marina Cantina is also new and outback, on the water, pass the paddle club and the place to be if you are looking for an alfresco experience near the UW Medical Center Montlake Campus. Indoors not much appeared to have......
Delightful little spot: Farm to Table Bakery. A bit off the beaten path but worth a short drive off I5 or as another route to Bellingham since it’s just south of Chuckanut Drive. I’ve passed this place many times on my bicycle but never stopped in, until recently. It’s a small place with good baked......
Szechuan on Capitol Hill: Chuan on Capitol. I had heard a bit about this place and it’s only a short walk from the light rail station so it seemed like a reasonable spot for lunch. The menu comes to the table via an iPad…or the QR code at each table that you can scan with......
Happy but a bit sad: Bistro Shirlee. Recently acquired by Renee Erickson, Saint Helens has been remade into Bistro Shirlee. While I’m sad to see the loss of Saint Helens, Shirlee is a great remake of the former. The space is the same, including the deck area and fire pit. It remains a great space......
Afternoon snack: Pane d’Amore. Heading back to Seattle from the Peninsula and no need to get on the ferry hungry. This place is a bit off the beaten tourist track down on the waterfront so, you’ll have to Google it to find it. It’s a place to grab something to go….a few seats outside are......
  • NetShed No. 9 Street View
Brunch: NetShed No. 9. We were visiting Gig Harbor…for the first time despite living here for almost 20 years! This place sounded interesting…..and the space and views can’t be beat. What’s a netshed? This town was originally a fishing village and it’s where the nets were stored. They dot the harbor and this one has......