April 2012

Monthly Archives

  • The Pink Door launches new lunch and dinner menu

    SEATTLE, WA – One of post alley’s favorite romantic destinations has recently launched a new lunch and dinner menu.  The 25 year old Italian-American restaurant known for its cabernet, fresh seafood, live music and a beautiful patio continues to create beautiful dishes and flavors.  New Menu: Spaghetti with Artichokes~ spaghetti, fresh artichokes, parsley, garlic & the […]

  • Cinco de Mayo at Poquitos

    SEATTLE, WA – Cinco de Mayo is Saturday, May 5, and Poquitos will be open from 11:30am until 2am for guests wanting to celebrate. Whether enjoying a beer in honor of Mexican heritage, or raising a glass to Mexico’s 1862 victory at the Battle of Puebla, or maybe just because you like tequila and it’s […]

  • Bastille Introduces “Meet the Producer” Happy Hour

    Photo credit to Captivespiritsdistilling – Captive Spirits Distilling Launches Series on May 7 SEATTLE, WA – On Monday, May 7, Bastille welcomes Ben Capdevielle, co-owner and distiller of Captive Spirits Distilling for the first in a series of interactive “Meet the Producer” Happy Hours. Ballard-based Captive Spirits, proud makers of Big Gin, is a partnership between […]

  • Seattle’s Cutters Crabhouse, Reimagined

    SEATTLE, WA — Cutter’s Bayhouse, a landmark restaurant adjacent to Pike Place Market since 1983, reopened on April 11th as Cutter’s Crabhouse, a reinvented crabhouse. Having undergone significant renovations during their two month remodel, the interior is simplistic and modern. The restaurant feels open and spacious, with large glass windows overlooking Elliot Bay. The menu has been completely […]