Wedged between an auto parts store and Yuppie Pawn, this local Italian joint looks a little dubious from the outside. And in a metro area dominated by the likes of nationally-known restaurateurs Tom Douglas and Jonathan Sundstrom, it’s easy to see how a homey spot like this gets overlooked.
Seems like Lynnwood rolls up the carpet at 10:00 p.m. By then most of the good eating places are closed. Even Cliffhanger’s restaurant lobby is closed, but the good news is the kitchen is open until 1:00 a.m. They serve their full menu of homemade dishes — yes, even their signature $5.99 breakfast is available. So if you’re hungry, you’re in luck, and you don’t have to put up with cafeteria food from Applebee’s, Sheri’s, or Denny’s.
By Dawn-Marie HanrahanUnder a canopy of aged cedar trees, Pioneer Park in Ferndale, Washington, is home to one of the most distinctive collections of authentic log cabins in the United States. Built by early settlers in the 1800’s, these buildings were transported from various locations throughout Whatcom County to be preserved here in a village-like […]