The Best of Seattle in 2019

A few of our favorite things
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This article appears in print in the December 2019 issue as part of our Best of 2019 cover story. Click here to subscribe.

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens… just kidding. This account of our 2019 highlights features none of Julie Andrews’ favorite things (though crisp apple strudel sounds like the perfect antidote to most of the year’s doom and gloom). What we’ve put together is a collection of top hits that includes everything from our favorite museum opening and best meals to the coolest innovations and Seattleites to make the news this year. Add your favorites to the conversation by tagging us on social media @seattlemag.

Favorite Light Show: September 7 Lighting Storm

Favorite Restaurateur: Melissa Miranda

Favorite Dishes: Editor-in-Chief Chelsea Lin's 10 Best Bites of 2019

Favorite Way to Chill: CBD Trend

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