Culture

Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
You know it’s summer when the lines at Molly Moon’s (1622 N 45th St.; 206.547.5105; mollymoonicecream.com) stretch around the block and fleets of kites are flying high at Gas Works Park. Wallingford
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
Category: seattlepi.com teaser headlines  
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
With its ongoing construction (and a major Mercer Street overhaul set to begin this summer), South Lake Union still feels as if it’s in its infancy. But as summer events attest, this baby is ready to party. South Lake UnionCruise the Lake
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
There’s nothing like spending a warm summer day in Madison Park (“the village”), with Lake Washington lapping at the shore, Mount Rainier standing tall in the distance and an endless parade of people strolling between the beach and the shops.
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
When it comes to West Seattle summer scenes, most people picture Alki Beach or splashy antics at the outdoor, saltwater Colman Pool in Lincoln Park (8603 Fauntleroy Way SW), but there are plenty of other reasons to cross the bridge. Sun Worship
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
The highest of Seattle’s seven hills, Queen Anne offers spectacular views in every direction—one of many reasons to scale its heights in the summertime.
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
While this hipster haven doesn’t offer beach access or swimming pools, it’s still a highly desirable summer spot, thanks to a killer park and fountain, a tangibly youthful energy, restaurants with their patio doors flung open, nightlife that keeps on going and one of summer’s most anticipated music festivals.
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
Ballard continues to boom, with new restaurants, bars and shops still opening on a regular basis, a thriving art walk and farmers’ market, and, of course, the summer Seafood Fest (this year, July 10–11; seafoodfest.org), where the salmon booths pack ’em in like sardines.
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
Category: seattlepi.com teaser headlines  
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
 
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
In January, seattle magazine's Grey Matters columnist Knute Berger aired our dirty teriyaki-loving laundry all over the front page of The New York Times food section, when he was quoted in an article on Seattle’s love of teriyaki thusly: “Seattle likes to talk about local foods, about ridiculous things like fiddlehead coulis.
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
Category: Shopping + Fashion Articles  
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
Category: seattlepi.com teaser headlines  
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
Category: Shopping + Fashion Articles  
Thursday, 01/01/1970 12:30 AM
Category: seattlepi.com teaser headlines