Welcome to a new week folks! There are plenty of things to do in Seattle between concerts, eats, and art. End your April on a high note and enjoy some of the best of what the city has to offer. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this week.
Money Frog is the newest spot from the folks behind Taurus Ox and Hangry Panda. They serve up pan-Asian cuisine in the former location of Capitol Hill’s Vios. You can dine on items like condensed milk peanut prawns, soft shell chili crab, and green beans. You’ll also find menu items like fried frog legs, cacio e pepe with yakisoba noodles, and curry ketchup fried rice. Our mouths are already watering.
Where: 903 19th Ave E
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 4 pm-9 pm
Ready for patio season? We’re right behind ya and that’s why we made a list of some of our favorite waterfront patios around the city. Because what’s better than a patio on the water?
Haven’t had the chance to check out Climate Pledge Arena yet? Reggaeton artist J Balvin will be raising the energy in CPA with his lively tunes.
When: April 26th
Where: 305 Harrison St
The Lyrids are known for being solidly reliable, producing at least 10-15 meteors an hour. That being said, sometimes they like to show off meaning that if you get lucky you might catch a burst with closer to 100 meteors, no guarantees though. Worth a look right?
When: Until April 29th
This is a hybrid plant sale happening both online and in person. The plants are grown by students and the sale features plants like vegetables and herbs, fuchsia baskets, petunias, million bells, and much more.
When: Until April 30th
Where: 11605 132nd Ave NE
Cat towers are a necessary accessory for cat owners but they aren’t exactly the best looking. This unique group show focuses on Frank Crow’s invention of the cat tower. Yes, the works are inspired by the thing your cat dulls its nails on.
When: Until May 1st
Where: Museum of Museums, 900 Boylston Ave
Down The Rabbit Hole is centered around the themes of Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland. You’ll get to watch as your favorite tales like “The Walrus and the Carpenter” and “The Stolen Tart” are set to original music and performed by a local cast. It’s an experience designed to cater to all the senses.
When: Until May 28th
Where: 103 South Main Street
Cost: $95-$105 per person
The Woodland Park Zoo, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, and Northwest Trek Wildlife Park are asking folks to join the City Nature Challenge 2022. It’s a nature observation event using the iNaturalist app. Have fun while being an observer or by helping others identify their observations.
When: April 29th-May 2nd
Where: Seattle-Tacoma Metropolitan Area
A new month means tons of new additions. May’s Netflix additions are a mix of new originals and some old favorites. While it may not be as big as January’s additions it’s still well worth checking out. You can also see what’s leaving Netflix in May as well.
The Frye is showcasing work from local “gay folk artist” Jeffry Mitchell. This show highlights his work with lotus bulbs and is sure to be one of the better shows that you see this year. Think bright, happy, and fun pieces.
When: Until July 24th
Where: 704 Terry Ave
Look at all of the things to do in Seattle! Have a great week folks.