The Greatest Love of All: Valentine’s Day Menu Specials

The Greatest Love of All: Valentine’s Day Menu Specials
If you haven’t booked your dinner plans yet, you are late to cupid’s beautiful sap fest. But purveyors of love and good food, fear not. There are still some reservations left. Avoid getting stuck cooking chicken parm at home again and find a Valentine’s Day option that tickles your fancy. Here are my picks for foodies and fun lovers: Tilth For pairs with a conscious palate, Tilth’s Valentine’s Day pre-fixe is for you. Cuisine is prepared with certified-organic or wild ingredients. Chef Maria Hines emphasizes the importance of community and the intent behind Tilth is to serve food that makes diners feel comfortable. The Valentine’s Day pre-fixe includes four courses with three different options for each course. Options include Seared St. Jude’s Albacore Tuna with maitake, fennel, blood orange and Porcini Ash-Crusted Venison with swiss chard, anson mills corn polenta,...
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Seattle’s December 25th Miracle Menus

Seattle’s December 25th Miracle Menus
The holidays can be demanding; full house of guests, high tension, and too many cooks in the kitchen. Lucky for Seattleites, there are dining options to get you out of the house and into someone else’s dining room. This year consider skipping the drama and bringing the loved ones out for the gift of good service and festive holiday cheer – stress free. Trellis 220 Kirkland Ave Price per adult: $80 Create a new family ritual this year at Trellis. Trellis is home to the year-round English-inspired afternoon tea and this season there’s one more reason to stop by and enjoy the seasonal specialty of the famed Heathman Hotel. Dungeness Crab and Winter Squash Soup are intriguing ways to kick off the thoughtful 4 course meal. Palisades 2601 W Marina Pl Price per adult: $62 A Christmas Day buffet gets...
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Top 7 Holiday Movies For Holiday Cheer

Top 7 Holiday Movies For Holiday Cheer
Holiday movies are the best way to get you in the holiday spirit. Every year new movies come out right in time for the season, but there's nothing like the classics. So get in your lounging clothes, pop some popcorn, sit back and binge on these holiday treats.  1. It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) George Bailey is an extremely generous man who lives in the town of Bedford Falls. He has spent his entire adult life trying to protect the city from the rich and corrupted Mr. Potter. It’s a constant battle and one day George reaches a very low point. He contemplates suicide and as he is standing on the bridge he is visited by Clarence, an angel in training, who hasn’t yet received his wings. Clarence shows George visions of Bedford Falls without George’s presence. The nightmarish town...
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