Guide to Seattle Art Walks

If you like interesting art, visiting with artists, wandering through neighborhoods, museums and cafés, an Art Walk is a great activity, no matter what time of year.

These Art Walks offer a free and easy opportunity to enjoy the arts in neighborhoods across the city, and by bringing the community together, they support both Seattle’s talented artists and small businesses. Interesting Fact: the First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square (started in 1981) was in fact the first in the nation, and set the stage for over a dozen Art Walks now held regularly throughout the city – and nationwide!


Ballard (2nd Saturdays)

Belltown (2nd Fridays)

Capitol Hill (2nd Thursdays)

Columbia City (Summer only)

Fremont (1st Fridays)

Georgetown (2nd Saturdays)

Phinney/Greenwood (2nd Fridays)

Seattle Farmers Markets Guide

Farmers markets have traditionally been a gathering of the tribe as much as a collection of freshly harvested fruits and vegetables.  In recent years the culture and excitement behind farmers markets has expanded to become kind of a low-key celebration of urban community and country food. It’s a place to eat, drink, enjoy music and network with neighbors. So grab your tote bags and head out to one or more of Seattle’s fantastic markets!


OPEN: Sundays, year round
10am – 3pm
22nd Avenue NW and NW Market Street


OPEN: Sundays, year round
11am – 3pm
Broadway Ave E and E Pine St


OPEN: Wednesdays, May 4th to October 12th
3pm – 7pm
37th Ave S & S Edmunds St, just off Rainier Ave S., in South Seattle, 98118


OPEN: Thursdays, June 9th to Sept 29th
3pm – 7pm
NE 125th & 28th NE, next to the Library off Lake City Way, 98125


OPEN: Fridays, Mid-May through the end of September
3pm – 7pm
in the parking lot of the Madrona Grocery Outlet, at the corner of Martin Luther King, Jr. Way and E. Union Street


OPEN: Saturdays, June 4th to Oct 8th
HOURS: 10am – 2pm
LOCATION: 33rd Ave W & W McGraw St in the Magnolia Village


OPEN: Sundays, June 5th through Nov 20th
HOURS: 10am to 3pm
LOCATION: 1/2 mile south of I-90 on SE 32nd St at Mercerdale Park (between 77th and 78th Ave SE)


OPEN: Fridays, June 3rd to Sept 30th
HOURS: 3:30pm – 7:30pm
N 67th St & Phinney Ave N, in upper lot at Phinney Neighborhood Cntr, 98103


OPEN: Saturdays, year round
HOURS: 2pm to 6 pm
LOCATION: University Way NE (the “Ave”) between 50th & 52nd, 98105


OPEN: Thursdays, June 2nd through Oct 13th
3pm – 7:30pm
West Crockett Street at Queen Anne Avenue North (between Bartell’s and Menchies)


OPEN: Wednesdays, from late May through late September
3:30pm – 7pm
located in Meridian Park at the corner of Meridian Avenue N and N 50th Street


OPEN: Sundays, year round
10am – 2pm
California Ave SW & SW Alaska, in the heart of the West Seattle Junction, 98116

Soi Brings Authenticity to Cap Hill

08Craving something new? Soi on Capitol Hill is bringing authenticity to our city in the form of delicious Thai food. Their focus is the cuisine from the Northeastern plateau region of Thailand called Issan. Soi believes that Seattle deserves more than your typical, generic Thai food and we aren’t the kind to disagree!

Though their focus is on Issan Style Thai food, they also provide food from five different regions, such as Nahm Khao Tod (Crispy Rice Salad), Som Tum Issan (Papaya Salad), and Kor Moo Yahng (BBQ’s pork collar) from Issan, Khao Soi (curry noodle soup) and Pad Ped Pla (stir-fired cat fish in a non-coconut milk curry) from Chiang Mai in the North, Gai Yahng (BBQ’d chicken on an actual rotisserie), and Kor Moo Krob (crispy pork belly) from central Thailand.

Discover what it’s really like to eat in Thailand in this modern, airy space for lunch, dinner, and happy hour. 05Actually, their happy hour is one of our favorites. Located at 10th and Union, Soi’s happy hour is daily from 3-6pm, Sun-Thurs 10-11pm and Fri/Sat 10pm-midnight! Perfect for those late night munchies (and their drink menu isn’t bad either).

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Luxury Lookout: Capitol Hill


803 E Prospect St.

Capitol Hill

$2,499,000 | 5 Bed | 4.25 Bath | 6,810 SQFT

Grab a towel before you click through to see this listing so you don’t drool all over your keyboard. This 1922 historic Harvard-Belmont Tudor was designed by noted architects Woodruff Somervell and Joseph Cote, while the exterior grounds were designed and landscaped by the famed Olmsted brothers. Patti Payne from the Puget Sound Business Journal says that the “incredible hand-carved Siberian oak trim, leaded glass windows and ornate Italian plaster ceiling” are what makes this place truly unique. Checkout her “Cool Pads” column to see what else she has to say about it.

In our opinion, this house is the perfect mix of cute and sexy. That’s it. We’ve died and gone to house heaven.

Explore Capitol Hill with us!  


Spend a night at Needle & Thread for a red-hot trip back to the roaring twenties.