We went to Jon with questions about starting our own business and how the taxes would change, deduction, etc. He is very knowledgable in this area. He came highly recommended by several friends. I trust him and he has standard rates.
Cara is a very nurturing massage therapist. She has just been licensed for a year or so, but listened well to what I was wanting, and she has a very nice touch.
Elaine is a very experienced massage therapist. She's been doing it nearly 13 years, and incorporates great energy work, hot stone massage if your order it ahead. Really great practitioner.
Youngstown Arts Center has a variety of classes. I have mostly been in their movement studio. I appreciate the variety of classes that they have. Prices are on the high end. Like the fact that they have Nia!
I really enjoyed my Nia class with Lesley. She is an experienced Brown Belt (3trd level) Nia teacher. Her class was playful, fun and energizing. She and Jill teach classes around W. Seattle. Check them out.
Excellent Mexican food. I had the chicken tamales and the sauce was very flavorful. Nice atmosphere in this restaurant for hanging out and visiting. Music but not too noisy. They had great salsa and guacamole. Not as spicy as I'm used to but I've lived in the Southwest.
Nothing fancy, but we enjoy the food. Like going local and ethnic when we are downtown rather than to chains. The service is most usually friendly and the food flavorful.
It's just one of those experiences, wandering around and seeing what you can find in this bookstore. I agree, not the latest, but yes definitely reasonably priced.
Los Chapines Restaurant and also a bakery has Guatamalan food, a first for me. Was pretty much like Mexican food. The atmosphere was low key, relaxed, and the service was the same. I would recommend.
Player's Zone has a restaurant/deli feel. Good for a speedy lunch. Not elegant by any means but we like to stop in when we are downtown and need a bite. Good food, no fluff.