Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Seattle's Where I Live

About Seattle: Seattle is the largest city in both the state of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region of North America. According to U.S. Census data released in 2019, the Seattle metropolitan area's population stands at 3.98 million, making it the 15th-largest in the United States.

 Where to Eat & Drink in Seattle

These are all places on my list for the New Year, as soon as it's healthy!

Mighty O Donuts

The very best Donut shop in Seattle. Possibly the world. Vegan and made entirely from certified organic ingredients. Thoughtful and interesting flavors and creations. Can’t go wrong here!

Plum Bistro

This incredible restaurant smack dab in the middle of Capital Hill is one of the best vegan restaurants we’ve ever experienced. Preparing and presenting vegan food in a way that makes anyone salivate, including non vegans is no easy task! The awesome team at Plum pulls this off every time. You can expect super creative and well balanced dishes that won’t leave you feeling heavy or gross.

The London Plane

The London Plane is a beautiful market, cafe, bakery, and floral shop in downtown Seattle. The outdoor seating is an awesome way to enjoy incredible Seattle weather in the sunny months. The staff is super friendly and knowledgable and anything your order will be made to perfection.

Thai Tom

This is the last place you’d expect to find the most legitimate Thai food in Seattle. It’s tucked in right off of bustling University Way in UW district. When you walk in you’lll no doubt ask yourself, “wait, is this it?” There are only maybe 10 seats total and they are very close to the always busy kitchen. The staff works fast and they work determined. The food is always delicious. Just a warning, flames will be shooting out of the kitchen 90% of the time. There isn’t really a website so click the button for directions.

What to do in Seattle

I've been to these places many times, and can't wait until I can again. 

Pike Place Market

Probably the most famous market in the world. Home of the first Starbucks and the flying fish market. Truly a special place but there are a few things you may not know of… The best mac and cheese you’ll
ever eat at Beecher’s. The most incredible mini donuts on the planet. The widest selection of teas and spices. Incredible deals on beautiful floral arrangements. Just to name a few. There are tons of hidden gems here that must be discovered by you.

Seattle Public Library

This architectural marvel must be seen while you’re in Seattle. It must be experienced from the inside looking out. The seemingly never ending twisting glass is mesmerizing. You would think it’d be distracting but it makes for the perfect place to sit and read. It has a certain warmth, a comforting aura.

Gas Works Park

Gas Works Park - WikipediaThis crazy, abandoned, rusted over monstrosity oddly makes for a beautiful backdrop to Gas Works Park. It’s right on the water and has a few soothing rolling hills to climb and relax on. The wind hits the park just right making it ideal for flying kites. It’s the perfect place to grab some food and drink and just chill for the evening.

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