Issue

July 2019

The Region’s Best Beers: Where to find the best lagers, saisons, sour beers, hazy IPAs, brewpubs, dog-friendly taprooms and more.

PLUS: Meet the visionary behind Seattle’s most talked-about new bar, the secret behind Pioneer Square’s hidden park, tasty new bites at local farmers’ markets and much more!

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From this Issue

This new West Seattle home offers distracting views of Elliott Bay

For $3 million-plus, these Bellevue, Laurelhurst and West Seattle homes deliver on the views

Waterfall Garden Park in Pioneer Square, Seattle, Washington

This hidden pocket park is an ode to the origins of a parcel delivery service

Seattle’s unique Democracy Voucher Program was designed to increase the number and diversity of local candidates. Is it doing the job?

Seattle’s unique Democracy Voucher Program was designed to increase the number and diversity of local candidates. Is it doing the job?

 The food at Violet is simple, refined, seasonal and internationally influenced

Chef William Belickis moves on (again), this time to a Capitol Hill home for his internationally influenced 'American omakase'

Custom furniture and housewares at Burien's Sitka Living

Open since February, Sitka Living features local artists and bespoke furniture

Knute Berger, recreating a historic moment, courtesy of the Museum of Flight’s Destination Moon exhibit

On the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, Knute Berger wonders where our space dreams will take us next

Steiner in his Ballard shop, where he sells his own handmade cards and jewelry pieces in addition to found objects, antique jewelry and other artists’ work

Artist and curator Curtis Steiner has spent a lifetime cultivating an eye for the beautiful and esoteric. This year, he celebrates 20 years of selling his style in Ballard

Maison Woof owner's dog Chloe

Fido’s sleeping arrangement just got a major upgrade

A local startup aims to take the stress out of outfitting your home

Seattle's food vendor Brothers & Co.

Now that we’re in the thick of farmers’ market season, these are the food vendor bites you shouldn’t miss

Look for Pili the plant truck at fests and markets this summer

Move over, food trucks. The next big thing is a plant shop on wheels

A local company steers the ‘farm to toilette’ beauty product concept

Guests at Minam River Lodge in Eastern Oregon can arrange for horseback rides

The lodge is open from late May through mid-October

Chris Morgan explores the coexistence of humans with wild animals in the modern world in his new podcast, The Wild

Ecologist Chris Morgan's podcast, 'The Wild,' discusses human encroachment on nature and the strategies we can adopt to coexist with the creatures who dwell there

In today’s dining scene, it’s hard to keep up with restaurant openings. But it’s our job (and our pleasure) to do just that. Here are a few new places worth checking out

Watch Studio Ghibli classic Kiki’s Delivery Service this month, part of the animation studio’s year-long celebration of its beloved films

Two films celebrate Studio Ghibli this month

Washington Smoke gives real-time smoke condition information for your area

As summer heats up, this website can help you monitor wildfire conditions in your neck of the woods

“Kingdome” woodcut by Lockwood “Woody” Dennis

Our handpicked list of the best bets for entertainment this month

We’ve switched things up for our annual beer awards— behold, our must-visit list of the best breweries, brewpubs and other hops-driven destinations for Seattle-area beer lovers