Midday Matters

Can Mr. Saigon Win Over the Lunch Crowd?

A familiar name in the Chinatown–International District wants to make banh mi a downtown lunchtime essential.

02/14/2019 By Haley Gray

Neighborhood Guide

8 Great Places to Shop in Ballard

From vintage utopias of bygone threads to contemporary catch-all boutiques, this northwest corner of Seattle has something for everyone.

02/12/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik and Rosin Saez

Housing and Homelessness

New Study Shows the Racial Impact of Washington's Housing Crisis

In King County, data suggests one in 11 black adults was evicted between 2013 and 2017—and it's even worse in Pierce County.

02/12/2019 By Haley Gray

Sales & Events

Wear What When February 11–17

This week, dive into winter sales and all things romance with a certain holiday just around the corner...

02/11/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sweet Treats

7 Local Chocolate Bars to Satisfy Any Sweet Tooth

These Seattle chocolatiers craft one-of-a-kind bars.

02/11/2019 By Jaime Archer

Housing and Homelessness

7 Questions Answered About Seattle's Fight Against Eviction

Seattle City Council members say they plan to combat the "eviction crisis."

02/06/2019 By Haley Gray

Sales & Events

Wear What When February 4–10

This week: Save on designer shoes and luxury handbags, Ballard shops gather for a Hullabaloo sale, and a fashion show raises awareness for domestic violence.

02/04/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Lunch In Session

15 Places to Grab a Bite During Jury Duty

Porchetta sandwiches, transcendent pasta, and Middle Eastern grain bowls—all less than a 10-minute walk from the courthouse.

02/04/2019 By Nosh Pit Staff

Housing and Homelessness

Advocates Call for State Protections Against Eviction

A new study published by Washington Community Action Network surveyed more than 800 tenants about their experiences with rental housing.

01/30/2019 By Haley Gray

Good Buys for Best Friends

A Shop Talk Galentine's Day Gift Guide

For the poetic, noble land-mermaids in your life.

01/29/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When January 28–February 3

Closing out the month: Eco Collective hosts the ultimate clothing swap and Kick It Boutique preps for Valentine's Day.

01/28/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Go Green

9 Seattle Plant Shops to Create an Indoor Jungle

From air plants to those inescapable monstera leaves, houseplant fever isn't going anywhere. Here's where to stock up.

01/24/2019 By Seattle Met Staff

Sales & Events

Wear What When January 21–27

This week: Kari Gran hosts a lifestyle workshop, Swift Industries holds its yearly garage sale, and Stock and Pantry introduces us to local artist Jennifer A...

01/21/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When January 14–20

This week: Workshops focus on wellness, Pipe and Row serves up some vintage goods, and Filson shows you how to perfect your leather.

01/14/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Plant People

Glasswing Just Opened a Lush Greenhouse on Capitol Hill. And It's Beautiful.

Hello, we have this thing for plant lovers: The doors are open and this time, it’s all things green.

01/10/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When January 7–13

This week: An Instagram pro wants to teach you her wise ways and The Dress Theory is ready to host its 2019 brides.

01/07/2019 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Sales & Events

Wear What When December 31–January 6

It's sale season! A new year cometh! And plenty of parties to go to this week...

12/31/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik

Year in Review

Seattle Met's 12 Bites of Christmas

Our favorite food memories from restaurants that came onto the scene in 2018, rounded up in the form of a classic Christmas carol.

12/25/2018 By Allecia Vermillion and Rosin Saez

Style File

Jeanette Svensk Li Is a Fashion Phenom

The Cute Like Mad designer won this year's Bellevue Collection Independent Designer Runway Show. So who exactly is this style champion from Mercer Island?

12/20/2018 By Rosin Saez

Sales & Events

Wear What When December 24–30

If all that Christmas cash is burning a hole in your pocket, this week's roundup of events will help.

12/20/2018 By Elizabeth Podlesnik