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A great place to finish that run would be at Fremont Brewing on 34th.
The standard running loop around Lake Union is a touch over 6 miles. With the addition of a side loop around Portage Bay, you can bring it up to 8 and a half, taking in a bit of UW's campus and crossing over the cut into Montlake. Sticking to the water's edge keeps the terrain nice and flat, ...
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Today is Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.  The Google Doodle to celebrate the day is well done.  
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Man, we're really going to miss this guy next year.   #soundersfc  
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"The single-entity (SE) structure that it has adopted makes it more like a workers co-operative – not a business model that has dominated any global market outside of sports. And in the world of sports it only works in leagues like the NFL, MLB and NBA which are unquestionably the dominant leagues in their sport and have long been so. Because football is global market with dozens of seriously competitive leagues, the cosy arrangements of the majors will not work for soccer."   #mlssoccer  
My argument that MLS is really “Minor League Soccer” continued to stoke some controversy over here in the US last week. Judging by the reactions on twitter, most of those who follow MLS do not really contest the point. Serious football fans in the US know their soccer, they watch games in ...
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Maybe, maybe not.  But he was brilliant at times, showing novice fans like me what is possible in the beautiful game.  
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Artisan has changed hands, and the after making an appointment with Josh--the new owner--he sent his partner Kiro to do the job. Kiro arrived at the appointed time to clean the gutters and windows (including wooden storm windows, inside and out) on our Fremont craftsman, and he did an excellent job. He was polite, conscientious, and professional. The price was reasonable, and I didn't have to deal with the anxiety of thinking about how much it would suck if I fell off the roof while trying to do the job myself! I intend to use these guys again the next time I have dirty gutters and windows, and that's as good an endorsement as one can give any business.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
I've had the pleasure of traveling to Thailand on multiple occasions, but I've only once experienced the pleasure of Suvans Kitchen. We stuck to the Thai / Lao dishes--thinking that the Chinese dishes are included for the uninitiated. That is, those who haven't taken a culinary adventure through the world of fish sauce, galangal, lemon grass, fiery hot chilies, and their yin counterpoint: lovely, aromatic sticky rice. (If the restaurant is busy, you might ask your waitress to save you one while she's taking your drink order. I think they occasionally run out.) Get the sticky rice. Get a salad. We enjoyed the Khowpoon Nam Pong (Lao noodle salad). On my next visit we'll try the 'larb' or papaya salad. If you're a meat eater, don't miss the house made sausage. The pasty condiment which accompanies the sausage is sublime. We also enjoyed the green curry and Pad Kra-Pow (stir fry). The only forgettable dish was the Tom Kha Gai, which was only merely better than the stuff served at the legions of bad Thai restaurants found in every big city. We are a nation of immigrants, and those immigrants have changed the culinary landscape for the better in towns and cities across the country. One can get a lovely Persian meal in Twin Falls, amazing kogi tacos in Seattle, and delicious Southeast Asian cuisine in Lompoc. Thank our immigrant brothers and sisters; they've made this country a better place.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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This was our second visit to Rose's Cafe. Yes, like the other reviewers have indicated, the food is delicious if not a bit overpriced. Yes, the service is decent if not overly friendly. These are not criticisms, and only repeat what most of the other reviewers have already said about this restaurant. But at least one reviewer touched on something that we encountered, which one of my fellow diners call "petty greediness". We were a party of four adults, one well behaved child and one sleeping infant. We had just finished our dessert and were not quite done with our coffee. We had spent about $100, and had been seated at our table for just over an hour. Instead of asking if our coffee cups could be refilled, a hostess came over and tersely asked us to leave so that they could accommodate a large party. If not for the shock of her rudeness, one of us would have, should have, responded rudely in kind. Opportunity missed, all we have is this forum and Yelp to say that petty greediness is not what one would or should expect from a restaurant of this caliber. But that was our experience, so don't be surprised if this is what you encounter: a well prepared (not inexpensive) meal, served up in a businesslike manner, with an ungracious hostess asking you to leave immediately after you've paid your bill. There are other dining options in Eastsound. We're back to Orcas again in September with four others. We will not be coming here again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago