Foxglove Guesthouse

117 18th Ave East, Seattle, Washington, 98112, United States
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What's brewing in Seattle?

by DJStarr

I saw a great article on beer tasting spots in Seattle - http://52perfectdays.com/articles/seven-breweries-two-days
Does anyone know of any other great spots that might have been overlooked, or how about great wine tasting "pubs" in the northwest?
DJ Starr

Re: What's brewing in Seattle?

by bocmaxima

The author did a good job on this. He hit what I think are the three best in town: Elysian (although the Capitol Hill location is better, but the same beer), Jolly Roger and Elliott Bay. He missed the Pike, inside Pike's Place Market. It's touristy, but they have some really good beer.
Red Hook is just outside of town, if you can get out there. Harmon in Downtown Tacoma is pretty good. But there are SO many good breweries in Washington...
I wrote up something very similar about a year ago, but by public transit: http://www.tripadvisor.com/GoListDetail-i19717-Seattle_Beer_Tour.html
Try beermapping.com for more. It's what I use for brewpub tours when I travel.

Re: What's brewing in Seattle?

by Sunshine64

Two comments about beer:

Jolly Roger (Maritime) is moving to a larger space sometime in the near future, so make sure you verify the location before you visit.

I don't know if this is the kind of place you are interested in, but I love Brouwer's in Fremont. And its not far from the Jolly Roger - in either its current or new location. It's a Belgian style pub, with 64 beers on tap and tons more in bottles. Includes both local brews and great imports.
http://brouwerscafe.blogspot.com/

And now wine:

There are tons of wine "bars" in Seattle. If you are looking for one that is lower key, Portalis in Ballard is good. And has good snacks. And is also a wine shop. In an old brick building, with a more pub-like atmosphere.
http://www.portaliswines.com/

Travel Tips for Seattle

Seattle Weekly

by cwest03

To see what's going on in Seattle check out the Seattle Weekly website. In addition to finding this handy weekly guide on the web you will also find it around town in newspaper form. Here you'll find local news and information on everything from music and the arts to where to eat and how much a local apartment rents for. You can even find a companion in the personals section.

I always take a visitor to the...

by kcaldwell

I always take a visitor to the Space Needle as the views are fantastic. (Not recommended for those afraid of heights or elevators) A ferry ride is a must and if you can make it to one of the San Juan islands, all the better. When I am away from home, I miss the green, the mountains and believe it or not, the refreshing rain. You can always tell a person who has grown up here, we do not use umbrellas.

Totem Poles in Pioneer Square

by meteorologist1

You can find many totem poles in the Pioneer Square district, but not as many compared to what you'll find up in British Columbia. The totem poles are part of the Pioneer Square's history, a lot of influence from the natives who inhabitated the Pacific Northwest a long time ago. A great sight to see; great photo opportunities here.

Seattle Science Center

by Carmanah

A fond Seattle memory of mine was being with my family in the courtyard of the Pacific Science Center. While we were waiting to enter the Titantic Artifact Exhibit, we tried out all the interactive water experiments the Science Center had to offer. It's kind of cheesy, but good wholesome family fun at the same time. Yes... that's my sister, my grandfather and my mother in the picture. My sister's pushing a button that jets water through a founter in the pool. Wheee!

Get Your Caffeine Fix

by cwest03

On any given block or in any given shopping center in Seattle you're bound to find one or more coffee shops. From Starbucks to Tully's to Seattles best, you won't have any problem finding a fresh, hot coffee drink and even something to eat.

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