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Inspired by Chef Maria Hines' love for the Mediterranean coast and her culinary and cultural travels to Italy, Agrodolce showcases expertly created handmade pasta (created from house-milled flour) and the bright flavors of Southern Italy’s coastal cuisine in a casual and welcoming trattoria. It is the third restaurant from the James Beard Award-winning chef and similar to its sibling restaurants, Agrodolce is certified organic by Oregon Tilth and serves the finest organic and sustainable ingredients in the Pacific Northwest. | facebook | twitter | instagram

America's oldest and finest Audi dealer. Audi Seattle has been a dealer since Audi's first days in the U.S. in 1968. Freeway Motors Inc, now known as Audi Seattle and University Volkswagen, has been a fixture in Seattle's University of Washington District since the late 1950's. Founded by Bob Will, a University District native, Audi Seattle has remained in the neighborhood it began and is family owned today by Bob's son Rob. Located at 4701 11th Avenue NE, Seattle. | facebook | twitter | instagram

Named after the former capital city of 13 imperial dynasties in central China, Xi'an is a crossroads for the greatest Chinese cuisines. Inspired by the city, Baron's Xi'an Kitchen & Bar offers traditional and innovative preparations of Crackling Crisp Roasted Peking Duck, fresh La Mian Noodles, grass-fed Wagyu Beef, fresh local seafood, authentic Stir-Fried Rice and much more. Drawing on premium ingredients of the Pacific Northwest and throughout the globe and served in contemporary plating styles, Baron's offers an unforgettable culinary excursion at Bellevue's Lincoln Square South for lunch and dinner in a luxurious, modern setting. | facebook | twitter | instagram

Serving up hand-crafted beer, pizzas, The Burger, and salads in the heart of Seattle’s Belltown Neighborhood. At Belltown Brewing, they strive to cultivate a community of warmth and welcome in everything that they do - from hand-crafting their own beers on site, to curating a unique and diverse selection of guest taps, to providing excellent hospitality to all their customers. They offer daily familiar classics in a space where people gather to enjoy a meal and each other's company. Belltown Brewing is your neighborhood brewhouse. | facebook | twitter | instagram |

Since opening its doors in Madison Valley, Cafe Flora has been at the forefront of utilizing local, organic and sustainable produce and herbs and building strong and direct relationships with Washington farms. Its culinary team draws inspiration from international culinary traditions along with the availability of an abundance of locally grown produce to create imaginative and dynamic vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free cuisine. The winning combination of eco-friendly philosophy, community based involvement and cutting edge, dynamic vegetarian cuisine has brought tremendous success. Cafe Flora remains Seattle's premier vegetarian restaurant. Located at 2901 E. Madison Street, Seattle, 98112 in Seattle’s Madison Valley neighborhood. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, happy hour and weekend brunch. | facebook | twitter

Eden Hill is a chef-owned and operated New American restaurant situated in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood. Chef-owner Maximillian’s menu is defined by intriguing yet simple flavors. His avante garde interpretation introduces the experimental or unusual, ranging from technique, to beautiful plating, to the blending of local ingredients in imaginative combinations. His seasonal menu features Pacific Northwest farmers, fishermen, vintners, and brewers offered in an approachable, yet refined setting intended for everyday, exceptional dining. Located at 2209 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109. | facebook | twitter | instagram

A group of ethnic business owners founded The Ethnic Business Coalition (EBC) in order to amplify the voices of immigrant and minority-owned businesses in the Seattle area. They created, a one-of-a-kind website that serves as an engaging resource for locals and visitors alike to discover Seattle’s various ethnic communities, spotlighting Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Hispanic, East African, Japanese, Filipino and Cambodian cultures. The original content focuses on Seattle’s expansive ethnic areas, including the International District, Central District, Rainier Valley and West Seattle. The site introduces and uncovers the latest ethnic food offerings, trends, products, services, cultural events and more. EBC invites you to explore the many layers of Seattle. | facebook | twitter | instagram

After 25 years in Seattle’s Madison Valley neighborhood, the beloved vegetarian restaurant Cafe Flora is opening Floret, a full-service restaurant and bar located at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Floret will feature both sit-down and grab-and-go options as well as coffee from Stumptown Coffee Roasters. This is the first exclusively vegetarian and vegan restaurant to open at Sea-Tac, and only one of a handful of vegetarian airport restaurants in the nation. Find Floret located in the main terminal at the intersection of Concourses A and B starting in September 2017. | facebook | twitter | instagram

Inspired by travel, hospitality, and family gatherings, Chef Ryan Donaldson opens Gather with the goal of creating a family style menu of both intriguing and familiar flavors with a global influence, in a setting that invokes feelings of comfort. Indulge yourself with family and friends while you create new memories and share in old ones. They have crafted a list of cocktails made with scratch bases, a selection of local craft ales, and food friendly wines. | facebook

Since 1986, The Herbfarm has specialized in nine-course chef-selected menus featuring seasonal and regional ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Menus have themes that change every few weeks and are matched with local wines or hand-crafted herbal, non-alcoholic beverages. The Herbfarm believes that supporting local farmers, foragers, cheesemakers, wineries, and fishermen helps preserve local foods. The Herbfarm is located at 14590 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA. | facebook | twitter

Honey Skin Spa is an intimate, boutique medical spa founded by Megan Sevcik, offering decadent, effective facials tailored to guests specific skin needs, and resulting in beautiful, vibrant, glowing skin. Honey focuses on taking extra care with each guest, and his or her skin needs. Each receives a personal, one-on-one skin consultation on the date of their first facial appointment, to create a custom facial and skin plan for lasting results, well beyond beauty. Honey Skin Spa is located in Madison Valley at 2812 E Madison Street, Suite IV, Seattle. | facebook | instagram

The original I Love Sushi, which opened 30 years ago and to this day, continues to offer Japanese cuisine and premium sushi created by a talented team of chefs. Using fish from the best Japanese fish markets and from local waters prepared by expert sushi chefs, I Love Sushi also has a full menu of authentic Japanese dishes. Set on the picturesque Lake Bellevue with a full bar featuring seasonal sake, private dining rooms, outdoor patio, spacious dining room and sushi bar. | facebook | twitter

Kokkaku, a “Japanese inspired Meat House” where whole beast butchery is the focus and local sourcing of farmed, foraged, and artisan craftsmanship is at the forefront of interpretation and creativity. With a variety of cooking preparations including hot pot, Kokkaku uses fresh ingredients to maximize flavor, especially its meats, and has a reverence for high quality that shines through in every dish. Kokkaku also offers a unique steak by-the-ounce program, allowing customers to order beef flights, or just a taste of a given steak, including the much-coveted Wagyu. Food is served family-style, reinforcing the Japanese custom of dining. | facebook | twitter | instagram

Local 360 is a sustainable restaurant in the heart of Belltown. Their emphasis is on local sourcing, with the majority of the ingredients falling within a 360-mile radius of Seattle. Their products are always sourced from the most humane farms they can find. Ideally, 90% of the raw ingredients come from within 360 miles of Seattle. Dishes feature American comfort food classics crafted with a modern twist, as well as local seafood and steaks. | facebook | twitter | instagram

Mama’s originally opened in 1974 when Seattle was the last big town on the way to the Alaskan frontier. Planes, fishing and transportation were the way most people made a living. Mama’s isn’t fancy Mexican (even though we source a good chunk of our ingredients locally). It’s a place where you can still get a great plate of spicy old school Mexican, a couple of cold margaritas, and possibly hook up with someone. Mama’s Cantina opens daily at noon offering their Famous Wet Burritos, tequilas and mezcals, and nachos. | facebook | twitter | instagram

The mission of Northwest Harvest is leading the fight for hungry people statewide to have access to nutritious food while respecting their dignity and promoting good health. Their vision is ending hunger in Washington. Northwest Harvest is the only nonprofit food bank distributor operating statewide in Washington with a network of 375 food banks, meal programs and high-need schools. Through this network, they provide more than 2 million meals every month. | facebook | twitter | instagram

Jenny Harding, founder and producer of the One Love Wedding Showcase, launched One Love in October 2012 with the goal of creating a space that welcomes ALL couples in love, and celebrates the continued journey of marriage equality throughout the country. Since the onset of One Love, Jenny has hand-selected gay-owned and ally wedding experts based on their professionalism, quality of service or product, and involvement and support in the LGBTQ community. One Love 2018 is February 18, 12-4p.m. at the King Street Ballroom by Embassy Suites Pioneer Square. The event is free for guests to attend if they register in advance on their website. | facebook | twitter | instagram

The Pure Barre Technique is a total body workout that lifts your seat, tones your thighs and burns fat in record-breaking time by fusing elements of ballet, Pilates and weights in a 55 minute intense session. Small isometric movements set to fantastic music make Pure Barre the fastest, most effective, yet safest way to change your body. Students see results in just 10 classes. Pure Barre is intelligent exercise. The workout launches a full blown attack on the areas of the body all women struggle with: abs, hips, seat and arms. It defies gravity by tapering everything in and lifting it up. | facebook | twitter

Located in Ballard, on the water’s edge at Shilshole Bay, Ray’s Boathouse, Café and Catering delivers artfully composed plates, elevating the freshest local seafood with precision. Sip craft cocktails or local wine while capturing stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound. Enjoy Ray’s waterfront patio for exceptional outdoor dining and happy hour, spring through fall. Ray's is located at 6049 Seaview Avenue NW, Seattle. | facebook | twitter | instagram

Named after Route National 74, the major thoroughfare passing through the heart of France's Burgundy region, RN74 is an urban wine bar and restaurant by Michael Mina located in downtown Seattle. Executive Chef Ben Godwin executes modern interpretations of refined American and regional French cuisine using local, seasonal ingredients. The menu is complemented by an extensive, award-winning wine list highlighting the Burgundy region of France and boutique wine producers from the Pacific Northwest. Located at 1433 4th Ave. & Pike St., Seattle. | facebook | twitter | instagram

In 1994, Master sushi chef, Shiro Kashiba, opened his namesake, Shiro’s Sushi Restaurant, in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. The same tradition that opened the restaurant and established a legacy over 20 years ago still exists today with the blending of classical Japanese technique and the Pacific Northwest’s wealth of local seafood and ingredients. The masterful chefs source their abundant seafood selection from local fisherman and global waters, applying artisan sushi craftsmanship and advanced, deeply rooted Japanese technique, training and culinary experience. Led by Chef Jun Takai and his culinary team, Shiro's continues to be a well-known Seattle landmark with national and international acclaim. Located at 2401 Second Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121. | facebook | twitter

Tilth features New American cuisine prepared with certified-organic or wild ingredients sourced from as many local farmers as it is able to support. Executive chef and owner, Maria Hines, is a James Beard Award winner for Best Chef of the Northwest, as well as one of Food Wine Magazine’s 10 Best New Chefs of 2005. In 2008, The New York Times deemed Tilth one of the best new restaurants in the country. Tilth received its organic certification from Oregon Tilth, an unaffiliated organization that promotes sustainability. Chef Maria Hines also owns Golden Beetle and Agrodolce restaurants. Located at 1411 North 45th Street, Seattle, WA 98103. | facebook | twitter | instagram | instagram

Established in 1991, The Washington Asparagus Commission promotes Washington Asparagus both domestically and in the foreign markets, monitors and addresses trade issues, and advances environmentally sound production and practices through research. The Washington Asparagus Commission represents the growers' interest in areas and issues relating to the asparagus industry. The Commission invites the public, retailers and restaurateurs to share their Washington fresh asparagus enthusiasm via social media with the hashtags #getfreshwithus and #WAfreshasparagus. | facebook | twitter

The mission of the Washington State Potato Commission is to support an economically and environmentally sustainable Washington State potato industry by providing strong leadership and innovation, and building partnerships to meet the demands of global consumers. The Washington State Potato Commission and its members work to the benefit of all 250 Washington potato growers through trade opportunities and advancing environmentally sound production and cultural practices through research. | facebook | twitter | instagram