For the benefit of wines rich and wines sweet, Cellar 46º unfolds a menu of savory indulgences. Pick up a mealtime preamble such as hot crab dip with artichokes baked under a melted sea of havarti cheese ($12) or the poached pear and gorgonzola salad marinated in red wine with cinnamon and nutmeg ($12). Larger cravings look toward roasted pork loin stuffed with spinach and mushrooms alongside whipped Yukon gold potatoes ($21), while veggie-minded diners can pair a glass of Villa Diana Pinot Grigio ($8) with the breaded eggplant Napolean, which is layered with roasted red peppers, spinach, and chevre ($17).
A bright, cheerful corn-puffing emporium, Popcorn Pavilion invites snack seekers to sample more than 16 different flavors running the sweet-to-salty gamut. Morsel mavens who opt for the classic gift box can treat friends, family, or grudge-holding ferns to a triple threat of charmingly presented classic caramel, kettle corn, and butter and sea salt popcorn (three quarts each; no substitutions permitted). Alternately, peruse your own corn-cloud medley (1.5 quart bags, $3.59 each), with diverse flavors such as the sweet-and-salty macadamia caramel, sweet banana loaded with sugar-glazed corn and banana chips, or jalapeño white cheddar, piquant jalapeño peppers tempered by mild sweet cheddar. A trip to Popcorn Pavilion allows patrons to reap the benefits of kernel-popping wisdom without having to go through the trouble of blowing up kernels themselves via breath-holding contests.
For over 30 years, 3 Day Blinds' technicians have sift through samples and unreel measuring tapes during in-home consultations, custom-fitting abodes with blinds, shutters, and shades. They handcraft and cut treatments such as faux wood blinds, vertical blinds, and flexcell honeycomb blinds that reduce light and are energy efficient. As they tailor-make each order, the staffers dress windows of all shapes and sizes, from an arch above a doorway to a misshapen wormhole in the attic. All of 3 Day Blinds’ products come with a limited lifetime warranty. After clients have made a selection, the team shows up just two days later to install the new window dressings or let customers do it themselves.
Dacels Jewelers & Galery, founded in 1978 by David and Celeste Michael has been bringing brilliance and beauty to the Northwest for over 30 years. Built on trust, value and relationships, we are family-owned and operated. A member of the Michael family is always on-hand to greet you at our showroom. At Dacels, in addition t
Gotta Have Shoes! brims with an extensive collection of one-of-a-kind footwear, sleek handbags, and chic accessories from more than 30 American and European designers, earning rave reviews from the local press. Give yourself an added boost while dancing the night away or attending a rock concert filled with Abe Lincoln impersonators in a pair of sequin-studded pumps from oh…Deer!, or stylishly attack a zebra-print couch in leopard-print high heels from Jessica Bennett. A glossy handbag ($55–$199) from Isabella Fiore or Helena de Natalio stylishly totes ladylike accessories ($15–$250), including a pair of 1950s-style Prada sunglasses. Gotta Have Shoes! often hosts glamorous events, such as fashion shows and anniversary celebrations, complete with bubbly beverages, hors d'oeuvres, and premium air molecules free for the breathing.
Richard Jamieson's childhood spent in his grandparent's log cabin had a strong influence on his career. It instills his pieces of hand-hewn furniture with a rustic, old-school aesthetic also displayed by the three NFL players who still wear a leather, facemaskless helmet. As a former USMC officer, renowned marksman, sawmill operator, and world traveler, the carpenter draws from a lifetime of adventure to create intricate latticework carvings and exotic monsoon wood.
As he shapes his materials into dinner tables, drawers, and bed posts, Jamieson animates an ecologically sustainable philosophy. He retrieves his wood from responsible sources such as salvaged teak, overshading mango trees, and invasive meh trees that overrun Javan rainforests without even offering to pay part of the rent. The designer infuses each piece with a masterful craftsmanship that can impart not only an artistic composition, but long-lasting solid wood construction. Jamieson adds strong dovetail joints and a 10-step hand-finishing process that protect the luxurious planks of tropical hardwood for years to come.