(600 employees + over 208,000 beautiful square feet don’t hurt.)
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“The big corporate agency mentality was frustrating us,” says Fred Weaver, of his decision to start Tank, a design and communications agency in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with co-founder David Warren in 1994. “There was this idea that smart people think and solve problems, then pony up a design team to ‘decorate’ the solution. But for us, design is much more powerful than graphic decoration. It’s actually a way of thinking.”
In the past year, we’ve seen some pretty interesting hair styles on guys — hello, man buns and top knots — and even wilder colors (we covered the trend here). But now it looks like the pendulum is swinging back to the other side.
Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or savory, light or gut-busting, here are seven treats you can’t miss when visiting the Queen City.
Because there’s so much to see, eat, and drink when you’re visiting Seattle, a proper night’s rest is of utmost importance. Below, 7 stylish and comfortable spots to lay your head.
Here are 12 dishes and drinks you can’t miss during your next visit to Sin City.
Fun fact: Seattle is home to more distilleries than any other city in America (24). Couple that with a dizzying number of local craft breweries, and you’ve got all the makings of a first-rate drinking town. Whether you’re looking for a beer-and-shot situation or a perfectly-prepared martini, here are the bars where you should wet your whistle.
Brunch is a phenomenon that knows no geographical boundaries. And while it may not possess the earned (and at times extreme) reputation for a weekend noon time meal of cities like New York or Portland, Seattle can brunch with the best of them. Here, the Queen City’s best brunches.
Whether you’re cozying up to someone new, or reigniting the spark with an old flame, here are seven spots in Seattle that prove sharing is caring.