Monday, April 1, 2013

Seattle | Part 3

After checking out the market and having our fill of caffeine, we set out to explore more of Seattle. We kept saying over and over that, if we were looking to move to the west coast, this might be our spot. It's a perfect-sized city, with plenty to do without being overwhelming.

We basically walked all around the city, exploring downtown, the International District, the waterfront and, of course, we went to see the Space Needle. We also made our way over to Capitol Hill, where tattoos, skinny jeans, and coffee shops are commonplace - we always fall for the hipster neighborhoods because they tend to have the coolest restaurants and coffee shops (on a related note, check out this Huffington Post article on hipster neighborhoods, where Capital Hill made the list).

As for food, we hit up Dim Sum King in Chinatown for lunch, then had a super enjoyable al fresco dinner at The Pink Door, where Taras took down a whole fish and I devoured some seafood pasta. The next day we biked from Seattle out to the area's wine country in Woodinville where the original Red Hook Brewery resides - their other brewery is located in Portsmouth, NH so we were stoked to see the original and enjoy a taste of home!

We could do post after post about Seattle, but to keep it from dragging out I've included a lot of pictures in this post...


See more Seattle posts here and more Washington posts here.

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