Sales and Events

Wear What When: January 16–22

Receive extra savings with Anthropologie, spend happy hour with Morrea Seal, and save the date for a plant-based workshop at Glasswing.

12:30pm By Amanda Raschkow

Bang for Your Buck

Cheap Week: January 16–22

Visit Seattle Art Museum during its free weekend, curl up by the fire at Seattle Arts and Lectures' Local Voices, and deal with your inauguration blues with help from Dan Savage and Eli Sanders.

12:10pm By Jane Kidder

Morning Fizz

Jayapal Won't Attend Trump Inauguration

Running for city council, boycotting Trump, and cancelling bike share.

9:23am By Josh Feit

Join the Pack

SoulCycle Is Opening a Studio in Bellevue

Get those gams ready. Its first Pacific Northwest location opens this month.

01/13/2017 By Amanda Raschkow

Beer Dispatch

Big Al Brewing Closes in White Center

One of the upperclassmen of Seattle's beer scene says farewell this weekend.

01/13/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

Skin for the Win

Herbivore Botanicals Debuts in Nordstrom This Weekend

From humble beginnings in a home kitchen to the shelves at Seattle’s own retail juggernaut.

01/13/2017 By Rosin Saez

Morning Fizz

Friday LIKES and DISLIKES: Democrats Dislike Democrats

The race for the party chair, transgender rights, Muslim rights, and car sharing.

01/13/2017 By Josh Feit

Shifts & Shakeups

This Week in Restaurant News: So Much U Village

Plus, barbecue, beer, and maybe another cat cafe.

01/13/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

The Weekend Starts... Now

The Top Things to Do This Weekend: January 12–15

'Finding Neverland' musically explores the creation of 'Peter Pan,' Seattle Opera stages a sophisticated and streamlined 'La traviata,' and Rat City Rollergirls return to the rink.

01/12/2017 By Seattle Met Staff

Morning Fizz

Numbers About Health Care, the Homeless Crisis, Zoning, and Amazon

San Francisco mayor visits Seattle University to discuss the homeless crisis.

01/12/2017 By Josh Feit

Critic's Notebook

6 Seattle Restaurants Where You Won't Need Reservations

Because spontaneous is fun.

01/12/2017 By Kathryn Robinson

TV Talk

'Real World Seattle' Recap: My Only Friend, the End

Bidding a less than fond farewell to the reality show's stint in Seattle.

01/11/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Fun With Listicles

7 Restaurants for Bookworms

If you think about it, a ton of local eateries take their names from great literature.

01/11/2017 By Jane Kidder

(Formerly) Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Shane "Swerve" Strickland

The indie pro wrestler (known as Killshot on 'Lucha Underground') and Tacoma native returns home to face Cody Rhodes at Washington Hall's DEFY1 Legacy.

01/11/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Wedding Dispatch

The Duo Behind Bahtoh Brings Bridal Bliss to the International District

Bobbie Yanoupeth and Michael Sing aim to open shop come this spring—when love is in the air, naturally.

01/11/2017 By Rosin Saez

Morning Fizz

Affordable Housing Plan Threatened by Fake Math

Sightline pushes mayor to stand by development goals.

01/11/2017 By Josh Feit

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: January 11–17

The week in which: a Jewish deli pops up in Stoup Brewing, we eat birthday cookies for Volunteer Park Cafe's 10th anniversary, and Ray's Boathouse hosts a shellfish feast.

01/11/2017 By Rosin Saez

Afternoon Jolt

Big News at Cola HQ

A big change for me.

01/10/2017 By Josh Feit

Coming Soon

What's Next for the Former Martino's Space: Opus Co.

Mark Schroder, formerly chef de cuisine at Trove, writes a meaty new chapter for the old Martino's space.

01/10/2017 By Allecia Vermillion

Morning Fizz

Patty Murray Vets Sessions, Capitol Hill Vets Streetcar Extension, GOP Vets Trans Rights, and You Vet Buskers

Women's rights, transit, trans rights, and the arts.

01/10/2017 By Josh Feit