Sunday, July 24, 2016

Scenes from Seattle

My feet are finally planted back in New Orleans, but I am already missing the fresh air and temperatures in and around Seattle. You cannot beat the Northwest in the summer.

Here are some other photos that were in my phone from last week's trip to Seattle. Enjoy!

I cannot help but putting my toes in the sand no matter where I roam.

Bye, Bye Seattle!

Check out my other Seattle 2016 posts:

Seattle Scenes, y'all!

Saturday, July 23, 2016

Eating through Seattle

I am so glad that Seattle is a walking city because I certainly needed to walk after the intake of many calories from the great selection of eats. And with the wonderful temperatures of Seattle, walking is a joy.

Posh tri-level fixture known for chef Thierry Rauturaeau’s creative spin on classic French cuisine.
Address600 Union St
Website: Loulay

Purple Cafe & Wine Bar
Purple Café and Wine Bar pairs a global wine selection with a menu that combines classic American styles with seasonal Northwest ingredients.
Address:1225 4th Avenue
Website: Purple Cafe

MOD Pizza

MOD Pizza is a chain of fast casual pizza restaurants based in the United States. Founded in Seattle, Washington in 2008, MOD currently has more than 90 locations in the United States with plans to expand into the United Kingdom in 2016.
Address: 1302 Sixth Avenue

Website: MOD Pizza

Cafe Nordstrom
Address: 500 Pine Street

Website: Cafe Nordstrom

Fonda La Catrina
Modern Mexican restaurant & bar with an industrial-chic vibe in a funky storefront setting.
Address5905 Airport Way S
Website: Fonda La Catrina

Southwestern-Mexican cuisine & margaritas served up in a hip, colorful setting with ocean views.
Address2820 Alki Ave SW
Website: Cactus

Local seafood leads the seasonal menus at this New American spot with views in the Edgewater Hotel.
AddressThe Edgewater Hotel, 2411 Alaskan Way
Website: six|seven

Back to walking.............................................................

Eating in Seattle, y'all!

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Shopping Seattle {Watson Kennedy}

I have been following the daily blog, Ted Kennedy Watson, for a while, so last year during my first visit to Seattle I made a bee line to his two shops. I was not disappointed. Both shops are filled with fine selections of found goods, natural curiosities, accessories, and culinary delights.

The shop is filled with lovely vignettes neatly organized in colors of green, orange, red, yellow, and blue. 

Though I did not see Ted this year (here's a photo from last July), his employee John was as helpful and friendly as could be. I look forward to receiving my purchases as I know they are always handled with care.

Here are some of my favorite things:

You must make your way over to Watson Kennedy when you visit Seattle. My favorite location is on First Avenue. The other location is located at the Inn at the Market on Pine Street.

Watson Kennedy is a feast for the senses.

In my honest opinion: I guess my only disappointment was that I probably could have used the same blog post from last year as both stores looked similarly appointed. I like when stock is moved and vignettes reworked as it just seems refreshed, and the offerings appear "new".

Watson Kennedy, y'all!
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