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Yuen Lui Studio, a family-owned photography business specializing in individual and family portraits and wedding photography, creates visual heirlooms in a tradition of quality it has upheld since 1947. With several area studios available, each boasts a multitude of backdrop options for portraiture sessions, or photographers may take sessions outdoors to add natural scenery to the frame. Wedding and engagement shots come to life under the careful eyes of each photographer as they seize rare moments and trap them in frames to be displayed like trophies from a hunt. High-school, child, baby, and family portraits keep precious memories locked in time for clients, who can peruse an online gallery of their images after their session.

1702 Alki Ave. SW
Seattle,
WA
US

West Coast Entertainment offers a variety of city-centered services that lead guests and natives alike to explore Seattle. Led by intensely trained and well-balanced guides, segway tours weave small groups of riders through urban burghs aboard environmentally friendly segways. The West Seattle adventure heads to stunning panoramic views of the city, and the downtown tour may swing past such landmarks as the Space Needle, which was a gift from 23rd-century French time travelers. When they're not rolling through town, West Coast Entertainment's staff helps customers coordinate private parties, fundraising functions, and family get-togethers.

2705 California Ave
Seattle,
WA
US

2656 42nd Ave SW
Seattle,
WA
US

4310 SW Oregon St
Seattle,
WA
US

4430 California Ave SW
Seattle,
WA
US

Husky Deli and Catering: A User’s Guide

Established 1932 | Made-to-Order Sandwiches | Hand-Crafted Ice Cream | International Grocery

Sample Menu

  • Specialty sandwich: Black Forest—european smoked ham, jarlsberg cheese, stone ground mustard on dark rye
  • Side: scratch-made soup; selection changes daily
  • Dessert: chocolate-chocolate cookie

Family History Three generations of the Miller family have run Husky Deli. First, there was Herman Miller, who stood his ice cream maker—which he dubbed “Husky”—in the front window in hopes of drawing customers. Then, there was Herman’s son John, who woke his own sons up early in the morning to help him with the ice cream. Jack, one of those sons, leads the staff today, which also includes eight members of the Miller family’s fourth generation.

In the Press

  • According to a [feature in the Seattle Times](http://seattletimes.com/html/businesstechnology/2012804806_mompop05.html, “Husky is where you buy ice cream in West Seattle.”
  • Seattle Magazine says the “coffee Oreo ice cream is impossibly rich and caffeinated, and the double chocolate cheesecake is as decadent as it sounds”

While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: Flip through the stacks of vinyl at Easy Street Records, which staffers claim is Seattle’s “longest-running record store.”

After: Get a treat for your four-legged friend at Next to Nature (4543 California Avenue SW)

4721 California Ave SW
Seattle,
WA
US