Ask any Seattleite to meet at Pike Place Market on a Saturday afternoon, and the reply will likely start with laughter and end with a resounding, “No.” The thought of maneuvering through thousands of snaking
The largest Koreatown in the Pacific Northwest is not quite where you’d expect to find it. It’s in Lakewood, Washington, a 23-year-old city of 60,000 people just outside of Tacoma. There are frankly few
The Columbia River Gorge — a designated National Scenic Area — lies half an hour east of Portland, and in addition to offering one of the most dramatic landscapes in the country, it has orchards, vineyards,
Walla Walla is the centerpiece of the burgeoning Washington wine scene — it’s a charming town in the southeast corner of the state, surrounded by nearly 150 wineries, many of them less than a decade old.