South Sound Magazine captures the lifestyle of South Puget Sound in six full-color issues every year. Subscribers gain insight into the people, places, plants, and penguins that help to define the area with a wealth of lifestyle tips for redesigning the home and garden, or updating the wardrobe with trips to local boutiques and tailors. South Sound's staff of entertaining writers scour the region for interesting new restaurants and time-tested recipes, as well as cozy bars and scenic Washington wineries. Whether you?re a newcomer or a lifelong resident who?s memorized every blade of glass in the tri-county area, South Sound magazine makes it easy to keep track of local happenings, goings-on, and what-occurred-here-recentlys.
425 Magazine celebrates the people, businesses, nightlife, and culture that make living in the Eastside fun. Insightful articles cast a spotlight on up-and-coming art studios or eateries serving organic fare, craft beers, and local wines. A wide range of activity suggestions and lifestyle tips help readers get the most out of their life in the Eastside, from recommendations for stylish rainwear, to insider peeks at nearby spas, gyms, and cultural events.
With plenty of soft playground equipment and ample room to run, WiggleWorks Kids Bellevue pushes tots to burn off energy and develop motor skills through social play. The indoor play center's design is based on BLD Oriental's kinetic Yu Kids PlaySystem, and most of the padded structures incorporate motions that mimic natural activities. On the playground floor, toddlers and preschoolers can clamber atop multicolored climbing structures, and find seats on spinning carousels. The facility also features a separate seating area, changing room, and birthday party room.
Spice Route melds traditional Indian cuisine and modern takes on Subcontinent sustenance to give diners a menu with a myriad of options. Starters include 12 vegetarian options such as paneer tikka, comprised of marinated cheese grilled in a clay oven ($12.95), as well as non-veggies such as the tandoori chicken, cooked in the traditional Indian oven and browned over a volcano out back ($11.95). Visit south India without piling into the family jumbo jet by sampling regional items––try the masala dosa, a thin rice crepe piñata-packed with a spicy potato filling ($7.95), or the adai avial, a spiced-up lentil pancake served with a mixed-vegetable stew ($8.95). Chicken lovers can voice their vote with an order of chicken curry ($10.95) or chicken tikka masala ($11.95), whereas herbivoyeurs can spy on the veg chettinad, a Spice Route specialty dish featuring veggies cooked in a spicy south-Indian masala blend ($9.95). Finish feasting with fried dumplings in sugar syrup ($2.95), or discuss your favorite letter of the alphabet over a cup of chai tea ($1.75).