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SEATTLE WEDDING IN NOVEMBER

November, 2007 in Seattle
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Ceremony: Sacred Heart Chapel - Villa Academy
Reception: Reception: Palace Ballroom

Ceremony:

Sacred Heart Chapel - Villa Academy

5001 NE 50th Street
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 524-8885

Reception:

Reception: Palace Ballroom

2100 5th Ave
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-5542

Hotel:

Hotel Max

620 Stewart St
Seattle, WA, USA

Hotel:

Ramada Inn Downtown

2200 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-9785

Hotel:

Seattle Westin

1900 5th Ave
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 728-1000

Restaurant:

Barolo Ristorante

1940 Westlake Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 770-9000

"Located in the Metropolitan Tower, this upscale Italian restaurant offers house-made pastas, grilled meats and seafood, 300 notable wine labels and a broad selection of Italian grappas."

Restaurant:

Brasa

2107 3rd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 728-4220

"Chef and co-owner Tamara Murphy cooks with French restraint and a lusty Mediterranean abandon. Hope for squid ink risotto, roasted pig, seared scallops and lamb chops on the dinner menu. In the bar, graze on thin-crusted pizzas, perfect frites, a Moroccan steak sandwich and Manila clams steamed with chorizo and chickpeas. Desserts are lovely, but the cheese table is the grandest finale. The wine list is notable for its originality. Reservations at http://www.opentable.com/single.aspx?rid=129&restref=129"

Restaurant:

Cafe Campagne

86 Pine St
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 728-2233

"Chic, scuffed tables, mellow lighting and a long bar for eating and chatting up neighbors combine for a casually sophisticated, intimate feel. Regulars drop in for relaxed Parisian-style lunches, such as ham and Gruyere sandwiches or Spanish tuna served on butter lettuce, while weekend crowds pack the Pike Place Market cafe for the popular brunch, featuring bourbon-battered French toast, baked eggs and steak served with pommes frites."

Restaurant:

Daily Dozen Donut Co

93 Pike St # 7
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 467-7769

"Tucked into the market across from DeLaurenti's are the best donuts in Seattle. Get a dozen mini doughnuts presented to you hot out of the fryer and shaken with cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar in a brown paper bag. Stop by DeLaurenti across the way to get a large cup of fresh-brewed Caffe Umbria coffee to wash it all down."

Restaurant:

Le Pichet

1933 1st Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 256-1499

"This tidy French cafe--named for the pitchers from which wine is poured--is a casual, sophisticated neighborhood place to bring friends to eat and drink well. Dishes include the country-style pork pâté (with honeyed walnuts and grain mustard), a simple plate of earthy local tomatoes, tapenade and warm goat cheese or sturgeon surrounded by a delicate corn-fennel broth."

Restaurant:

Marjorie

2331 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 441-9842

"The seasonal, globe-trotting menu offers eclectic items like salty plaintain chips with grilled pineapple guacamole, curried mussels, pan-seared scallops with vanilla bean-infused cream and five spice confit of muscovy duck leg."

Restaurant:

Matt's in the Market

94 Pike St
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 467-7909

"Short, funky and fun is a description that extends to owner Matt Janke as well as to his second-story Market aerie. With its brief seafood-heavy menu, two-burner stove, a handful of tables and just-enough elbow room at the lengthy counter, this is the Market "find"."

Restaurant:

Matt's in the Market

94 Pike St
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 467-7909

"This tiny, cool spot stares into the Pike Place Market clock - located on the second floor in one of the Market building. Fresh ingredients from the market, a real unique Seattle restaurant."

Restaurant:

Oceanaire Seafood Room

1700 7th Ave # 100
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 267-2277

"The Oceanaire Seafood Room in downtown Seattle is quickly becoming a premier seafood destination with its well-stocked oyster bar, stylish setting and menu that reflects airfreight's incoming tide."

Restaurant:

Rehearsal Dinner - Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizza

4411 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 633-3800

Restaurant:

Salumi Artisan Cured Meats

309 3rd Ave S
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 223-0817

"Only open Tuesdays – Fridays 11am – 4pm. Armandino Batali's thin-sliced salumeria is way too small, has too few seats, too many fans and is hardly ever open. So shoot him. Bet you a buck he'll come back to life to pour another glass of vino before turning his own carcass into a house-cured haunch of something delicious. Well, get me a glass and a fork and save me a seat because if Armandino's around, it's where I want to be. He woos me with sage-scented gnocchi, wows me with grilled lamb sandwiches and finesses finnochiona — his fennel salami — sold, as is much of his custom cure, by the pound. The pig sign hanging outside this Pioneer Square hot spot could have come from the Middle Ages--appropriate, as owner Armandino Batali cures meats and makes sausages the way Italians have been for centuries. Crowds of regulars make the communal dining table an entertaining experience."

Restaurant:

Serious Pie

316 Virginia St
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 838-7388

"Tom Douglas’ newest addition to the area serves a crispy (slightly on the other side of done) delectable and rich pizza with decadent toppings, clams with lemon thyme, anchovy, and foraged mushrooms with truffle cheese, the usual suspects are missing but there is the classic margarita."

Restaurant:

Shea's Lounge

94 Pike St # 34
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 467-9990

"A casual bistro attached to the fancier Chez Shea, tucked up above the market near Matt's."

Restaurant:

Shiro's

2401 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 443-9844

"He's the granddaddy of sushi chefs, the mentor of many, an entertainer, piscatorial encyclopedia and, to legions of fans, the undisputed king of the local sushi scene. He's Shiro Kashiba, and the best seats at his compact corner shop are at the sushi bar, where putting yourself in the master’s hands can result in a memorable meal."

Restaurant:

Steelhead Diner

95 Pine Street
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 625-0129

"Making the most of its prime Market location, this stylish diner offers familiar ingredients like Beecher's cheese curds, Uli's sausage, Dilettante chocolate and Full Circle Farms lettuce. Diners share booths or sit at one of the long, communal bars and watch chefs in the open kitchen or view sidewalk crowds outside. The seasonal menu offers items like a Dungeness crab cake sandwich, Walla Wall roast chicken and Pike Place Kilt Lifter fish and chips."

Shopping:

Great Jones Home

1921 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 448-9405

Shopping:

Macy's Seattle

1601 3rd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 506-6671

Shopping:

Nordstrom Flagship Store

500 Pine Street
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 628-2111

Shopping:

Pacific Place

600 Pine St
Seattle, WA 98101, US

"Pacific Place is downtown Seattle's premier shopping, dining and entertainment center. Featuring Tiffany & Co., MaxMara and Coach along with J. Crew, Chico's, Ann Taylor, Helly Hansen, L'Occitane, Restoration Hardware, Barnes & Noble, Williams-Sonoma, and an 11-screen AMC Theatres complex."

Shopping:

Sway & Cake

1631 6th Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 624-2699

"After years working as a stylist in New York City, native Seattleite Tamara Donaghy returned home with a mission to open a boutique stocked with little-known lines that complement her sleekly feminine, superhip aesthetic."

Shopping:

Tulip

1201 1st Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 223-1790

"With the scent of spicy candles in the air and a mellow, relaxing vibe, Tulip combines great shopping with the atmosphere of a calming spa."

Shopping:

Velocity Art & Design

2118 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 781-9494

Shopping:

Watson Kennedy Fine Living

86 Pine St
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 443-6281

"Located in the courtyard of the Inn at the Market, this little gift shop has a light and airy sort of French country feel. The emphasis is on fine soaps, candles, and small gifts. Owner Ted Kennedy Watson has such an eye for gifts and interior décor that he was called on to help out with Bill and Melinda Gates's wedding. Displays are beautiful."

Attraction:

Crocodile Cafe

2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 448-2114

"The crowd depends on the band--sometimes it's weekend warriors, other times fashion-forward scenesters. Considered by many to be the epicenter of grunge culture in the early '90s, the Crocodile hosts local music and traveling indie acts."

Attraction:

First Date - Guild 45th Theatre

2115 N 45th St
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 633-3353

"The Guild 45th Theatre was the location of our first date, to see the movie A Mighty Wind."

Attraction:

Olympic Sculpture Park

2901 Western Avenue
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 654-3100

"A nine-acre expanse with sweeping views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains (hence its name). Pedestrians move on a Z-shaped walkway toward 900 feet of restored beachfront, passing by large-scale, permanent sculptures by some of the best-known names in contemporary art: Alexander Calder (his “Eagle”), Louise Bourgeois, Ellsworth Kelly, Claes Oldenburg, Mark di Suvero, Tony Smith — but the largest piece, and perhaps the park’s signature, Richard Serra’s 300-ton “Wake.”"

Attraction:

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

Attraction:

Seattle Public Library

1000 4th Ave
Seattle, WA, USA

Attraction:

Showbox Music Club

1426 1st Ave
Seattle, WA, USA

"By far, the best place in Seattle to hear live music. Intimate club with incredible sightlines to the stage."

Attraction:

Space Needle

Space Needle

Bars:

Black Bottle

2600 1st Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 441-1500

"Black Bottle has a great selection of top-shelf liquor - and Anonymous loves the broccoli blasted."

Bars:

Lava Lounge

2226 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 441-5660

Bars:

Mecca Cafe

526 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 285-9728

"A great diner plus dive bar rolled into one."

Bars:

Rendezvous

2322 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 441-5823

"Recently restored and upgraded, the Rendezvous is a classic dive bar with strong drinks. This 80-year-old mainstay feels old and decaying — in a good way. The bartenders pour strong, a full menu is available, and its JewelBox Theater regularly hosts film screenings, burlesque shows and more."

Bars:

Two Bells Tavern

2313 4th Ave
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 441-8190

Bars:

Zig Zag Cafe

1501 Western Ave # 202
Seattle, WA, USA
(206) 625-1146

"Famed drinks from this established watering hole are made with exotic liqueurs and fresh-squeezed juices. Bartenders chat easily with the crowd--mostly regulars from Pike Place Market, spiked with an occasional well-dressed couple."

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