The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of August 18.
A SPLENDID LONG WEEKEND IN SEATTLE
The Wall Street Journal has published a guide for experiencing the multifaceted offerings of Seattle, all in three days. The Emerald City has never sounded better as a tourist destination in this long weekend itinerary. All of the activities are accessible by foot, taxi, or boat, so it is recommended to skip the rental car. Among sights suggested are the Olympic Sculpture Park, Chihuly Garden and Glass, and the Ballard Farmers Market, along with a variety of favorite local eateries in different neighborhoods.
SEATTLE’S FOURTEEN MOST ANTICIPATED RESTAURANT OPENINGS
If you’re looking for a silver lining to summer ending, look no further than the list of fourteen most anticipated restaurants opening in Seattle this fall. Across multiple neighborhoods and culinary styles, the Seattle restaurant scene is prepping for exciting new players. Among the list are: Meat & Bread in Capitol Hill, Nate’s Wings & Waffles in Rainier Beach, 7 Beef in the Central District, and Hommage in Queen Anne.
PLANNING FOR SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING SUCCESS
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