NOTE: The first part of this post is not about Monsoon. It’s about Restaurant Week and why, I recommend, being careful simply assuming it’s amazing. “Top Restaurant Week Pick – Monsoon”
If the sultry, hipster vibe is expected, the not-so-Seattle take on Thai is not. Casting aside the standard phad Thai and red curry fare, “SOI”
This surprise proposal at the Kirkland waterfront featured a massive sign and giant crowd. It took the bride-to-be a few minutes to stop giggling with “Bev and CJ Surprise Proposal”
The red and white theme of this Bell Harbor wedding was as stunning as the love the bride and groom shared.
Blurring the lines between a double-date and an engagement session, my husband and I joined Melanie and Jed for an adventure at the Green River “Melanie & Jed”
Combining two cultures, this sweet wedding featured the traditional goodness of a white wedding dresses and an Indian Saree.
Big windows flooded the open restaurant with light. Wine bottles adorned the limited walls and stacks of freshly baked goods rested beside the cash register. “Vif”
Like a man whispering, “Lets take this slow,” the smells from Stateside’s kitchen are moan inducing. I’ve always found tempering such anticipation is best “Stateside”
Don’t come expecting a place to sit. There may be four bar stools, but there’s only enough room at the small counter for two “Saturday Steals: Slab Sandwiches + Pie”