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9 Essential Seattle Tea Shops

$$ Global 1910 Post Alley

$$ Global 85 Pike St

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$$ Global 2015 NW 85th St

$$ Global 4228 Stone Way N

$$ Global 202 Broadway E

$$ Global 416 Maynard Ave S

$$ Global, Sandwiches/Deli 5405 Ballard Ave NW

$$ Global 506 S King St

    9 Essential Seattle Tea Shops
    Calling all Seattle caffeine lovers who just can't seem to find their rhythm with espresso. And yes, such a person exists. If your quest for a morning loose-leaf brew has forced you to resort to generic grocery store tea bags with much dismay, we're here to lead you through a variety of local tea shops and spice-stocked shelves to prove you can steep otherwise.
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Where to Toast to Freedom This Bastille Day

$$ French 1600 Post Alley

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$$$ French 5307 Ballard Ave NW

$$ French 2800 E Madison St

    Where to Toast to Freedom This Bastille Day
    Downtown Seattle's RN74 is offering up a rare opportunity: Gorge yourself on French treats for a good cause! The restaurant's holding a raffle for and donating half of the proceeds to FareStart ( their seventh annual Bastille Day celebration which, ahem, gets a new CEO this year).
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GOOD MORNING, SEATTLE: Today, our friend Jenn...

GOOD MORNING, SEATTLE: Today, our friend Jennifer Lankenau heard saxophone music -- so she went out to her balcony at 2nd and Wall in Seattle -- and saw this. (SOUND ON 🔊) “I couldn’t see where it was coming from, until I saw pedestrians pointing their phones upward. So epic.” Thanks Jennifer for sharing this great video with us.

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    GOOD MORNING, SEATTLE: Today, our friend Jennifer Lankenau heard saxophone music -- so she went out to her balcony at 2nd and Wall in Seattle -- and saw this. (SOUND ON 🔊) "I couldn't see where it...
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Jul 07

GOOD MORNING, SEATTLE: Today, our friend Jenn...

GOOD MORNING, SEATTLE: Today, our friend Jennifer Lankenau heard saxophone music -- so she went out to her balcony at 2nd and Wall in Seattle -- and saw this. (SOUND ON 🔊) “I couldn’t see where it was coming from, until I saw pedestrians pointing their phones upward. So epic.” Thanks Jennifer for sharing this great video with us.

Jul 07

Capitol Hill Community Post | David Schomer’s Urban Cycling

...late. It’s a nearly perfect bike trap. And, it happens all the time descending Pike and Pine. Go very slowly around the donkeys if they are stacked up...

    Capitol Hill Community Post | David Schomer's Urban Cycling
    Nothing beats a bicycle for urban transportation. A bike is fast and small, never boxed in, and you park it right in front of wherever it is you were going. You smell the air and feel the weather, lungs and legs pumping. It is blissfully quiet and ultra-cheap to own and operate.
    http://www.capitolhillseattle.com

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Thousands to crowd Seattle streets for annual Pride parade

...ASL interpreters will be available at both the Westlake Park Announcer Stage and at the Fourth and Bell Street announcer stage...

    Thousands to crowd Seattle streets for annual Pride parade
    Hey #seattlepride revelers, check out this helpful map for Sunday's parade. Includes parade route, locations of accessible seating, restrooms, and 🍻gardens! We are expecting upwards of 300,000 people - so plan ahead! #Pride2018 pic.twitter.com/G6DKoK1OVm - SeattleNeighborhood (@SeaNeighborhood) June 20, 2018 As many as 300,000 people are expected to attend the annual Seattle Pride Parade, beginning at 11 a.m.
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Jun 24

Seattle Pride Parade hits downtown Sunday

There will be accessible viewing areas at Westlake Plaza and at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Bell Street, and American Sign Language interpreters will be at both locations.

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Paradegoers will step off at Fourth Avenue and Union Street and head to Seattle Center, walking along Fourth Avenue before turning west on Denny Way.

    Seattle Pride Parade hits downtown Sunday
    The parade will start at 11 a.m. at Fourth Avenue and Union Street and head to Seattle Center. It's expected to last about four hours. Share story The 44th annual Seattle Pride Parade will make its way through downtown Sunday, starting at 11 a.m.
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Jun 22

How about some fried eggs with your latte? Coffeehouses now do lunch and brunch

Cafe Opla: 2200 Alaskan Way, Suite 120, (downtown) Seattle; 206-728-6062, cafeopla.com

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Brother Joe: 5629 Airport Way S., (Georgetown) Seattle; 206-588-2859, brotherjoegt.com

    How about some fried eggs with your latte? Coffeehouses now do lunch and brunch
    Brunch without the wait? Try the new Brother Joe in Georgetown or, for a cheap weekday fried-egg breakfast, hit Café Opla by the waterfront. Share story Coffeehouses have evolved into serious breakfast spots, with eggs and even Bloody Mary buffets.
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