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The Most Delish Bakeries in Seattle

The Most Delish Bakeries in Seattle

Sweet or savory? This city is blessed with hardworking, award-winning bakers who get up before the sun to make sure you have the pastries you need to start the day off right. God bless ’em. A lovely micro-bakery in Capitol Hill’s equally lovely Chophouse Row, Amandine Bakeshop is classic in…

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Where to Slurp Oysters in Seattle

Where to Slurp Oysters in Seattle

Olympias, Kumamotos, Pacifics, Virginicas — just to name a few. One could argue that Washington State has the market cornered when it comes to superb oysters. Then again, who has time to argue when there are half shells to be devoured? A Seattle mainstay, The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster…

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Tiki-tastic Libations

Tiki-tastic Libations

Sometimes, a drink full of rum, coconut, fruit and a little umbrella is exactly what you need. Get your fill of all things tiki with these bars from Seattle to Chicago to Amsterdam. Cane & Table – New Orleans The sophisticated Cane & Table is proto-tiki in all the right…

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Sweet Summery Treats

Sweet Summery Treats

Craving something sweet? We’ve rounded up the best spots for ice cream, gelato, sorbet and sno-bliz from San Francisco to Singapore. Al’s Diner – Shanghai Summer temperatures regularly top 40°C (100°F) in Shanghai. When coupled with the accompanying humidity, it’s all HUNT Shanghai writer Sophie Friedman can do to crawl…

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Al Fresco Dining across the U.S.

Al Fresco Dining across the U.S.

Summertime is in full swing, which means city-dwellers are spending as much time out of doors as they can handle. Check out our writer’s recommendations on where to dine al fresco in cities all across the U-S-of-A. Anable Basin Sailing Bar & Grill – New York City Summer in New…

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48 Hours in Seattle

48 Hours in Seattle

It’s been said that Seattle, like Rome, is defined by seven hills. A stretch perhaps, but in the 15 years that HUNT Seattle writer Jenise Silva has lived there, she’s witnessed a dizzying number of events that have helped shape the town from the  WTO protests in 1999, the first…

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Father’s Day Dining Guide

Father’s Day Dining Guide

This Father’s Day, instead of wracking your brain trying to figure out the best present (Another tie? Another barbecue sauce trio? More golf balls?) treat the father figure in your life to an incredible meal at one of these restaurants across the globe. Café de Klos – Amsterdam Looking for…

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North America’s Hippest Hotels

North America’s Hippest Hotels

Choosing a hotel can be an overwhelming experience – there are so many options and so many booking sites that it can be hard to know where to even start. That’s where we come in. Check out our picks for the hippest hotels in North America, from Austin to Vancouver,…

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Eco-Friendly Everything, No Matter Your Destination

Eco-Friendly Everything, No Matter Your Destination

    Though Earth Day is this weekend, sustainability is not just something to celebrate on one day – it’s a lifestyle that extends way beyond remembering to separate plastic from paper when taking the recycling out to the curb. When traveling, be sure to check out these makers, kitchens…

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Best Seafood Spots for Good Friday

Best Seafood Spots for Good Friday

Whether you’re observing Lenten traditions this Good Friday, prescribe to a pescatarian diet or are simply craving a dose of Omega 3, The HUNT Guides can help you figure out where to eat, no matter where you may be. Barcelona Though La Cova Fumada is rumored to be where Barcelona’s…

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