Nue

Nue has been a staple of Capitol Hill for many years. I first went to this spot about 6 years ago when I first moved to Seattle. It caught my eye because it said “street food from around the world.” Instantly I was intrigued and wanted to know more. I scoured their menu and foundContinue reading “Nue”

Sweet Notes

Sweet Notes is tucked away in a little shopping center in Kent, WA right next to the Trader Joe’s. I go to TJs every week, even multiple times a week, but have never been to this cafe. Over the weekend, I found myself wanting to grab a bite to eat but didn’t want to goContinue reading “Sweet Notes”

Olmstead

Olmstead is a vibrant spot for all things brunch and cocktails. Located in the bustling Capital Hill, you might miss it if you’re walking too fast. This spot has some very instagrammable vibes between the beautiful colors and decor to the artfully prepared dishes and drinks. During the weekends they have a delectable brunch sceneContinue reading “Olmstead”

City and State

City + State is one of OKC’s newest restaurants! It opened just a few weeks back and is a great place to grab Sunday brunch, happy hour drinks, or a nice dinner. They have a beautiful downstairs dining area and a great open patio upstairs along with a bar and lounge areas. It has aContinue reading “City and State”

Cafe Hagen

Cafe Hagen is a cafe inspired by Scandinavia, which is considered one of the happiest places on Earth. This cafe is no exception – it has a calming atmosphere, filled with large windows to allow in the natural sunlight and features lots a greenery. They have two locations in Seattle – South Lake Union andContinue reading “Cafe Hagen”

Mission Cantina

Mission Cantina is located in West Seattle and is a great spot for weekend brunch. I don’t come here as often as I used to, but that is mostly due to the West Seattle bridge construction that is forever taking. This is a great spot to grab brunch with friends. This place used to offerContinue reading “Mission Cantina”