This boutique and restaurant mall, inhabiting the nearly condemned, refurbished old Wallingford grade school, is the hub of the area....
This calm yoga studio in Fremont comes highly recommended. A set of four introductory classes ($60) is specifically geared toward...
Seattle Rose Garden
The 2.5-acre Seattle Rose Garden, near the entrance road to the zoo off N 50th St, was started in 1924 and contains 5000 plants,...
Teahouse Kuan Yin
For a switch from the coffee shop routine, the Teahouse Kuan Yin has an impressive selection of black, oolong, green and herbal teas, as...
The only ingredients on chef Maria Hines's menu that aren't organic are those found in the wild, like mushrooms and seafood. Everything...
Lonely Planet review
With a name like Bizzarro you’d never guess that this Wallingford hotbed is an excellent neighborhood Italian cafe. When you learn that it’s actually someone’s garage crammed with kitschy art and weird antiques, the name makes sense. Deliciously buttery pasta dishes, a good wine list and frequent live music add to the experience.