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    Emily Malone

    culinary arts grad. nutrition facts lover. vegetarian chef. marathon runner. country music maniac. failed dog trainer. barre fanatic. loving mama.

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    A Look Back.



Seattle’s Best.

We moved to Seattle in May 2011, and in the relatively short time we’ve been here we have really grown to love it. I have a feeling that locals talk about the weather being so bad all the time, simply because they want to keep Seattle’s beauty and charm a secret. Yes, it rains here. But there are also gorgeous mountain views, scenic water ways, fantastic restaurants, and endless opportunities for outdoor adventures.

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The following list of my Seattle favorites is by no means complete – I’m finding new hidden gems here all the time. I’m sure there are many places that others would add, but listed here are my family’s personal favorite things to eat, see, and do in the Emerald City.

Where To Eat

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The Great Outdoors

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Things to See and Do

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As we continue to explore and find new things to eat, see, and do – I will continue to update this page to reflect our adventures!  If you’re planning a trip to Seattle, I hope you find this to be a helpful resource.  Feel free to email me if you have any other questions or need help planning your trip!  Welcome!

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I’m a new follower of your blog, and I also happen to live in Seattle! I’m delighted I landed on this list of goodies, and I can’t wait to share in your experiences. :) Please keep sharing Seattle love. Your blog is wonderful.

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Michelle     at 8:54 pm

Hi Emily, just wondering what neighborhood you recommend staying in. We will be visiting Seattle in September and are a bit overwhelmed with where to stay. Thanks!

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Emily Malone Reply:

Depends on what you are looking to do, but Greenlake, Fremont, Queen Anne, and Ballard are all good spots that are walkable and central — so easy to get all around! Let me know if I can help more specifically. The Ballard Hotel is an awesome location with the Sunday farmers market right out the front door!

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Michelle Reply:

Thanks Emily! We’re actually coming to Seattle to do the Oatmeal’s half marathon on September 12th! So we’re doing that on Saturday and just want to explore the area on the other days. We want to do a little of the touristy things (like see the Space need and Pike’s Market) but really want to experience the different neighborhoods and outdoor activities.

Let me know what you think it worth checking out :)

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Emily Malone Reply:

Oh wow how fun! I ran that race last year — very cool. :) Will you have kids with you or no? Affects my answer, haha.

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Michelle Reply:

Nope, no kids. Just two “adults” :)

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