April 2010

 
   
 
 
 
   

Wellness is right down the aisle!
From its own quality branded natural products, to popular national brands, Metropolitan Market has greatly expanded its selection of health and body-care products, including natural and organic options for head-to-toe health and beauty. Discover natural and specialty items for total wellness that stand out from conventional, mass-market products, with an emphasis on the best from local manufacturers. A dedicated team will guide you through the vast selection of nutritional supplements, homeopathic remedies, herbs and more.

Five Seattle and Tacoma locations; Kirkland is coming in June!
www.metropolitan-market.com

   

Healthy and Happy
Eat right and your body will thank you. When things seem imbalanced, try to get more fiber, which a majority of Americans lack enough of in their daily diets. Vivagave, a soluble inulin from the organic blue agave, is a fiber that seamlessly dissolves in food and beverages. Its molecular structure feeds the probiotic activity in your gut which leads to good digestion and promotes calcium and magnesium absorption. Another benefit: it keeps you fuller longer because just one tablespoon yields 40 percent of one’s daily fiber. Unlike agave nectar, Vivagave is low glycemic (just 4!) and simply adds “mouth feel” to whatever it’s added. See what you’ve been missing?!

Find Vivagave at Metropolitan Market, Central Market and nationally in Whole Foods as a March featured product. www.vivagave.com. Follow Vivagave on Twitter: @VivAgave

   

Magnolia Lunch
Enjoy an elegant lunch at a beautiful location for only $15 with Palisade’s Magnolia Lunch special. The lunch includes a starter, entrée, and dessert. Begin your meal with a salad or soup, and then select from the Chef’s fresh fish selection, macadamia nut chicken, or oven roasted garlic prawns. For dessert, indulge in the refreshing guava passion fruit sorbet or banana spice ice cream. Palisade will also be participating in Seattle Restaurant Week, April 18 – April 29 so be sure to enjoy the 3 for $15 lunch and the 3 for $25 dinner!

2601 West Marina Place, Seattle. 206- 285-1000. www.palisaderestaurant.com.

   

Dine and Unwind
Beginning April 1, Terra Vista will be hosting a new Steak & Cigar night on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays ($75 per person). Begin your luxurious evening with a 14 oz “Delmonico” cut steak paired with a Northwest red wine, selected by the Terra Vista Sommelier Jon Sheard, and available by the glass or as a flight (wines include Fidelitas Cabarnet, Chester Kidder Bordeaux Red from Long Shadow Winery, and the “Doyenne” Syrah from DeLille) . Finish off your evening at the Cigar Lounge, “Lit”, with an after dinner drink (a choice of Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac, Talisker 10yr Single Malt Scotch, Taylor Fladgate 20y Tawny Porto) and a cigar selected by Lit Cigar Manager, Josh Weltmer.

37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie, 425-888-1234. www.snocasino.com.
Follow Terra Vista on Twitter: @TerraVistaSea

   

Amped up Happy Hour
Il Fornaio has always been a delicious happy hour spot! Now, it is even better with the addition of $5 pizzas and $5 well drinks. Order the classic pizza margherita with mozzarella, tomato sauce, oregano, and fresh basil or the pizza fradiavola with mozzarella, tomato sauce, Italian sausage, mushrooms, bell peppers, red onions, and spicy peperoncino oil. $5 antipasti are still being served, along with $3 beers on tap, and $4 red and white wine selections. Happy hour is Monday through Friday, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.

600 Pine Street, Seattle. 206-264-0994. www.ilfornaio.com.
Follow Il Fornaio on Twitter: @IlFornaio_sea

   

Golf naturally and experience Audubon aspirations
Oki Golf is following a landmark program for ecologically conscious golf courses; The Golf Club at Newcastle is Oki’s first property to pursue certification from the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses (ACSP-Golf), which will make it only the 12th course in Washington to obtain such credentials. Newcastle Superintendents Scott Phelps and Trevor Broersma took the lead last year to help demonstrate Oki’s unyielding commitment to protect the environment. Across its 350 acres, Newcastle stewards 22 acres of native grassland, 12.5 acres of freshwater wetlands, ponds and lakes, and 102 additional acres of undisturbed areas. Wildlife includes more than 70 bird species, black-tailed deer, raccoons, red foxes, coyotes, rabbits, frogs, and much more. Golf naturally!

15500 Six Penny Lane, Newcastle. 425-793-5566. www.NewcastleGolf.com.

   

Spring Beauty
Spring is right around the corner, which means now is the perfect time to freshen up your look! What could go better with your new, colorful wardrobe than a long, luxurious mane of hair? Donny Anderson, Marco Two Union Square’s hair extension specialist, is specifically trained to be sure that they look authentic and natural. Whether you are looking for a little more volume or for bombshell locks, the stylists will carefully evaluate your needs in order to select the best set of extensions. Get ready to welcome the sunshine with your fabulous new ‘do!

601 Union Street, Seattle. 206-628-8881. www.marcotwounionsquare.com.


   

Ridin’ Green
Spring is always green and beautiful in Seattle, and The Heathman hotel has recently launched a new initiative to help keep it that way! The hotel now offers green transportation for its business travelers, an initiative powered by the recent acquirement of a 2010 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid and a new contact with Seattle Green Limo. Not only eco-friendly, The Tahoe, equipped with two of the hotels’ new Clearwire USB WiMax modems, is also business traveler friendly! Guests can conduct their business needs while traveling in an environmentally conscious vehicle.

220 Kirkland Avenue, Kirkland. 425-284-5800. www.heathmankirkland.com.
Follow The Heathman Hotel on Twitter: @HeathmanHotel.

   

Not your grandma’s steakhouse
Remarkable hospitality. Incredible cuisine. Meticulous execution. Sullivan’s Steakhouse is putting down Seattle roots with a new, two-story restaurant and bar set to open early June at Sixth and Union Streets. With live music, great martinis, everything made from scratch daily, Washington wines and local purveyors (Grand Central Baking Co., Rosella’s, Penn Cove shellfish, etc.), Sullivan’s is giving its restaurant peers some stiff competition. Serving lunch and dinner, General Manager Schuyler Adams and his team of 125 look forward to serving you soon!

621 Union Street (at Sixth) in early June; www.sullivansteakhouse.com.

   

Rockin’ Lunch
With so many great pizzas, pastas, and salads to choose from at The Rock, it can be tough to narrow it down to just one order! With The Rock’s all-you-can-eat lunch buffet, you no longer have to choose. Pile your plate high with slices of all your favorite pizzas and helpings of mouth-watering entrees ($8.79 with a choice of pop or $9.99 with a cold Micro Brew). The buffet is served daily until 2:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

For a full list of locations, please visit www.therockwfp.com.
Follow The Rock on Twitter: @TheRock_WFP

   

All Things Beverage: Spill It!
From juicy sips to wine dinner tips, Wilson PR’s SpilI It! is your direct line to all things beverage. Find the happiest of happy hours, engaging tastings, inventive drinks, and more here
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Seattle Dances! raises $415,000 in donations
Plymouth Housing Group’s debut, signature fundraiser Seattle Dances!, a local celebrity dance competition, packed a crowd of 450 people on Saturday, March 13 at Fremont Studios to support housing programs for Seattle’s chronically homeless. The event, which raised $415,000, announced the following winners:

Judges Choice: Colette Courtion, Calidora Skin Clinic chief executive officer (alongside dance partners Ricki Mason and Tanya Harris) was name the most accomplished, personable and passionate.

Cyber Choice: Michelle Foreman Barnet, president of Columbia West Properties, was the dancer who raised the most in online donations, approximately $33,000.

People’s Choice: Cathi Hatch, founder of ZINO Society, raised the most donations through votes during the competition.

Congratulations to all who made it happen!


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Taking bows at Seattle Dances event at Fremont Studios are, from left, Tanya Harris, dance instructor, Century Ballroom; Colette Courtion, Calidora Skin Clinic Chief Executive Officer; Ricki Mason, Century Ballroom; Deron Hayes, Century Ballroom; Paul Lambros, Executive Director of Plymouth Housing Group; Joyce Taylor, KING 5 TV; Mark Kihara, Century Ballroom; Cathi Hatch, founder of ZINO Society; Marcelo Garces, Century Ballroom; Kathy Casey, Kathy Casey Food Studios; Josh Welter, Century Ballroom; Steven Goldfarb, President of Alvin Goldfarb Jeweler; Alison Cockrill, Century Ballroom; Greg Rolnick, Century Ballroom; Michelle Foreman Barnet, President of Columbia West Properties and Peter Boal, Pacific Northwest Ballet.

 

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