Vancouver resident Libby Ek had been looking for a business opportunity to bring her back to her hometown of Battle Ground. When Opdahl Chiropractic moved one block south into a newly constructed building, it left the familiar storefront in need of 900 square feet to fill. Ek seized the moment and is now utilizing the extra space to fulfill another dream...Read More
The owners of South Pacific Café in Battle Ground are at it again and their newest venture brings bragging rights to North County.
On July 8, 38˚ Below opened next to South Pacific at the corner of Main Street and Parkway Avenue. This winter-themed watering hole boasts the first custom frost rail bar top in Southwest Washington...Read More
Returning to the NW Natural New Homes Tour in Clark County this year is the popular Chef Hop and Vine event. Held from 5-9 p.m. on Thursday, June 1 guests will be treated to a full sensory experience...Read More
The Stephanie Inn’s Executive Chef Aaron Bedard collaborates with Alma Chocolate, Jacobsen Salt and local artisans on new immersive guest experience program
The Stephanie Inn, Oregon’s premier four-diamond oceanfront boutique hotel located in Cannon Beach, has introduced a series of one-of-a kind edible excursions and guided adventures with executive chef Aaron Bedard. Beginning in May, the Stephanie Inn Sojourns guest experience program will immerse guests in the spectacular culinary world along Oregon’s stunning North Coast, with unique collaborations between premier chefs, makers, artists and outdoor experts.
“From cooking and molding confections alongside one of the best chocolate makers in the country, to learning how salt is made at Jacobsen Salt capped off with an indulgent ocean side feast, we’re taking the guest experience at the Stephanie Inn to the new level with our Sojourns program,” said Bedard. “By combining unique hands-on culinary education with unforgettable coastal adventures, Stephanie Inn Sojourns really provides our guests with experiences they can find nowhere else.”Read More
A 40-Year Vision to Complete the Market Historic District
Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market operates as one of the oldest public markets in the U.S. (1907) and makes up a vibrant neighborhood in the heart of downtown Seattle. As one of the city’s premier travel destinations, the Market receives more than 10 million local, regional, national and international visitors each year. Filled with hundreds of vendors, residents and businesses, the Market also includes farmers, craftspeople, independent shops and buskers. The Market currently boasts more than 200 unique owner-operated shops and more than 80 restaurants.
For the first time in 40 years, Pike Place Market is growing with a $74 million “MarketFront” project. The MarketFront project realizes a long-held vision of Market advocates, who won historic designation for the 9-acre neighborhood in 1971. The MarketFront will complete the historic district after more than 40 years of study and planning.Read More