Our last two days in Seattle were possibly some of the most jam-packed on our trip. On our third day, we headed back out of the city to an area called Woodinville to visit the Redhook Brewery and some independent wineries.
Before this though, we took our friends puppy to the BIGGEST dog park I have ever seen in Redmond, WA. It is referred to as “Doggy Disney” and is located in the Marymoor Park. He played, we played; all in all it was a great time. If you live in the Seattle area or are visiting with your Pup – I highly suggest treating them to this park. It has trails, ponds, fields, and hills, as well as a food truck with both people and pup refreshments.
After the pup was worn out for the day, we headed to the Red Hook Brewery for some refreshments and brews. We were happily surprised to find out they had plenty of vegetarian options on the menu for us to choose from. I had the portabella plate with rice and broccoli, while the hubs had the veggie burger.
It was getting late in the day, so we stopped by a winery for their last tasting of the day. The winery was called Matthews Winery. They had several different wines to taste. Our favorites were two of the red blends. I was also partial to a white blend, since I tend to like sweeter wines.
We headed back into the city for dinner at Plum Bistro, a vegan restaurant in the heart of Seattle. Unfortunately, we didn’t take any pictures, but this was by far the best vegan meal I have had. I split the vegan mac ‘n yease and smoky charred kale with my friend. The hubby had the double dipped seitan with asparagus and smashed potatoes. Our other friend tried one of their delicious pizzas. I really regret forgetting the camera for this stop, because it was fantastic. If you are in Seattle, vegan or not, go there.
After that we called it a day and went home to rest before our final fun-filled day in Seattle. Stop back by for the final installment of our Seattle trip and then stay tuned for a fall recipe and a Hawaii recap.
Peace and Love,