These eateries are about more than just food. A combination of aesthetics, eats, and classic Seattle vibes make them pop!
These awesome parks are great for more than just lounging lakeside (or sound-side). What are your favorite parks to explore and adventure?
Columbia City has many hidden surprises! can you find them all?
Another natural beauty, this park is dedicated to the local communities that have found this area home!
Seward Park covers 300 acres and is located in southeast Seattle in the neighborhood of the same name (map). The park occupies all of Bailey Peninsula, a forested peninsula and former island that juts into Lake Washington. It contains one of the last surviving tracts of old-growth forest within the city of Seattle. The park is named for former U.S. Secretary of State William Seward. Columbia City and surrounds, located just west of Seward Park, offers a variety of local restaurants.