SEATTLE – Beth’s Cafe in Seattle said a man who was asked to leave the restaurant early Sunday hurled a “no parking” street sign through the diner’s window – sending glass flying inside as people were eating.
The 24-hour restaurant near Green Lake shared surveillance video with KIRO 7 in hopes of someone identifying the man who is seen on video quickly leaving in a car driven by someone else as people ran out of the restaurant.
The incident happened just after 5:30 p.m. Thursday in stand-still rush hour traffic at 2nd Avenue and Spring Street. Matt Reynolds, who sent KING 5 the video, said he started recording after the man jumped on his car, damaging it.
It was like he was on a mission like somebody might have been chasing him or he was going somewhere, but [when] the second the cop interacted with him, everything changed,” he said.
Seven sure-fire Seattle hotels, including Seattle’s only Forbes-designated Five Star hotel (The Four Seasons), two other luxury properties (The Forbes Four Star Fairmont Olympic Hotel and the Four Diamond Edgewater), and four more hotels that reflect the area’s music scene and unique attributes.
Each of these hotels is walking distance to Pike’s Place Market and other central attractions, with one intentional exception: The final hotel, Cedarbrook Lodge, is listed for anyone who needs to stay near the airport but wants a more colorful experience than a generic airport hotel can provide. Continue at Source: The Best Seattle Hotels
We’ve switched things up for our annual beer awards— behold, our must-visit list of the best breweries, brewpubs and other hops-driven destinations for Seattle-area beer lovers. If you frequent any beer-focused bar these days you’ve probably noticed that the selection of beers rotates constantly. That’s because many beer lovers continually look for something new, something different, something they haven’t tried yet. Like those ever-changing tap lists, our local breweries are responding to this recent shift in consumer habits, and while they may still offer some flagship beers, more and more breweries are expending a lot of energy to create new, limited-release and one-off beers. Continue at Source: Best Beer Destinations Around Seattle
Seattle has been on our family bucket list since last year. But since it’s relatively close to Los Angeles, we always preferred other destinations in expense of the Emerald City. It’s seemed appropriate to use longer vacations for faraway places. Seattle, in our opinion, was perfect for a weekend travel. This year, we finally decided to make this trip happen. Initially, long Memorial Day weekend was set as our ideal date for all the best things to do in Seattle. However, at the last moment, prices for air tickets skyrocketed and we pushed our trip back a week. But this time, we didn’t let anything else intervene with our plans and finally made to the Emerald City. Continue at Source: Family Travel: 16 of the Best Things to Do in Seattle – Roads and Destinations
Although Whidbey Island is only about 30 miles from Seattle, it feels much farther away. Find out the best things to do at this idyllic Washingston state escape.This picturesque island in the Puget Sound is the kind of place where you’re as likely to have a deer hanging out on your lawn as you are another person.It’s home to some of the Pacific Northwest’s most beautiful scenery, which is complemented by beautiful wooden buildings in pastel and earth tones.