February 13, 2012

Seattle Tree Lust






Experiencing Seattle tree lust. Walking and wandering, taking in the perpetually misty air that saturates the ground, the air, the trees.

Our Seattle Premiere at Neumo's was a smash hit. 500+ people, dancing their bodies into sweaty oblivion. During the days we're planning our next events, but are also eating and exploring. We've had some good bites so far at:

The Fat Hen (more on this soon), but beautiful brunch, pastries, wainscotted walls, deep gray enamel light fixtures and geode-shaped sugar cubes
Delancey: gorgeous blistering pizza, homemade fennel pork sausage, great local beers on tap, (and hey! we're having an event here tomorrow night)
Smith: great pub fare and a beautiful beer list down in Capitol Hill. Taxidermy and random found portraiture on the walls (sound like Brooklyn? Anyone? Anyone?)
Cafe D'Arte: ugly interior, but a good cup of coffee. A few blocks from Pike's Market.
Lowell's: A tourist haven, yes, but lovely view overlooking the Puget Sound and great for the fish n'chips sort of fare that you just need sometimes.
Honore: Very sweet French bakery / boulangerie next door to Delancey in Ballard. Get the Kouign-Amann, an outrageous salty-sweet pastry originally from Brittany that combines the best of a danish with the best of creme brulee.

2 comments:

  1. These trees have some character. I especially like the 2nd one.

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