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When it comes to garage doors, there hasn't really been a whole lot of innovation in the past 40 years. The best garage door is the one that opens, closes, and doesn't give you any guff in between. Sound Door Service?a Seattle-based, locally owned and operated company?understands this, and that's why a good number of their doors come with life-time warranties. But that's just the beginning. They stock a massive selection of doors that range from classic steel doors that get the job done to Heritage Classic carriage style doors, hand-crafted by retired race horses.

Of course, sometimes things go wrong, so Sound Door Service keeps a team of techs on hand. They can fix up damaged sections, install an entirely new unit, or swap out rusty springs for new ones. Techs can also correct door torsion and repair extension springs, and lend assistance and expertise to owners shopping for a new door.

15617 160th Ct SE
Renton,
WA
US

Family patriarch Nordy Rockler opened the doors of his first store in 1954 to supply his fellow craftsmen with knowledge, friendly advice, and a large selection of tools for at-home woodworking projects. Now, the chain of retail outlets brims with more than 20,000 tools and specialized woodworking equipment. Next to a steely rainbow of hinges, casters, and screws, a supply of lumber and exotic hardwoods provides planks for building tree houses or just leaving around as a warning to uncooperative trees. The tenor buzz of power tools operated by newly knowledgeable guests drifts from educational sessions on operating equipment and woodworking.

3823 Stone Way North
Seattle,
WA
US

Keystone Windows & Doors' entry artisans outfit homes with high-quality, name brand, and customized windows and doors. Keystone offers free estimates and consultations for all design projects and promises a lifetime warranty on all labor. Apply $600 toward any window order of 10 or more windows (total of 200 square feet or more) or a fiberglass-door system outfitted with french ($4,500) or french-rail patio doors ($4,500). A six-panel double-entry door system with new hardware, including a deadbolt ($3,500), can fortify homes, and new vinyl, fiberglass, or wood bay windows give couches a clear view of the neighbors next door ($7,500).

2215 4th Avenue South
Seattle,
WA
US

Dish it up! stocks shelves with a smorgasbord of kitchen utensils while filling its culinary classrooms with the aromas of creative and classic meals prepared by students and featured chefs from across the country. A class calendar brimming with weekly courses sends students on step-by-step tours through the creation of gourmet burgers, chocolate truffles, and far-flung fare such as Middle Eastern street food ranging from chicken fatta to baba ghannouj. Classes last up to three hours as featured chefs explain a particular culinary tradition or meal through demonstration, hands-on preparation, or a combination of both. During the Sustainable Sushi class on November 18, chef Hajime Sato of Mashiko Restaurant splits his time at the podium expounding on sustainable fishing and demonstrating techniques for using sushi-making tools to construct, roll, and cut the freshest sushi possible.

2425 33rd Avenue West
Seattle,
WA
US

Phinney Ridge Kitchen Cabinet Company upgrades abodes with custom kitchens. With today's deal, its experienced designers will draw up designs after a site visit to the client's home. Then they'll select from four cabinet lines, choosing custom options to clothe cookeries in hundreds of different door styles, materials, stains, and fruit flavors.

8003 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

Four Things to Know About The Walrus and the Carpenter

In 2013, Bon Appetit named The Walrus and the Carpenter one of 2013's 20 most important restaurants in America. Here are some reasons the seafood eatery has garnered so many accolades:

  • The name pays homage to Through the Looking-Glass. In the book's famous poem, "The Walrus and the Carpenter," the titular characters befriend a group of oysters, only to devour them rabidly.

  • The menu changes daily. Found soaking in icy baskets throughout the dining room, new oysters grace the menu every day in raw and cooked forms. The remaining menu encompasses everything from locally harvested mussels to duck and pork rillettes.

  • The drink menu also changes daily. Along with an assortment of wines and brews, bartenders craft cocktails such as the spaghetti western, a blend of rye, Campari, sweet vermouth, and ginger beer wrapped in a giant poncho.
  • It has an elegant vibe. In addition to gazing at the aforementioned oyster baskets, Seattle Magazine recommends admiring "the sheer gorgeousness" of the restaurant's interior, including the "brambly chandelier" hanging above the bar.

4743 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle,
WA
US