Strawberries and Plums and Peaches..Oh My!
Nothing beats the delight of taking a bite out of a fresh, seasonally ripe peach! Luckily, in Magnolia you can partake in such a treat by getting out and taking a stroll through the Farmers Market. Fresh fruits and produce abound and there are deals to be had. If cheese is your weakness, they’ve got that too — and it’s local! Other temptations include: baked goods, meats, preserves and honey. Throughout the market season, shoppers can also participate in cooking demos, produce tasting, live music and activities for the kids.
Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood is a very pedestrian friendly which makes walking to the Farmers Market on Sunday morning a must do event for all.
Visit the Magnolia Farmers Market website at:
Great Food In the Heart of Magnolia!
If a tasty lunch is what you’re looking for, then Wheeler Street Cafe in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood is where it’s at!
Located in the alley-like Wheeler Street just south of the Magnolia Playfield, Wheeler Street Cafe is a gem of a place where soup and sandwiches are the king and queen. Proprietor, Gregory Campbell’s (formerly the executive chef for Kirkland’s Third Floor Fish Cafe) original focus for the restaurant was on making out of this world soup – special soup – soup to dream about. The 1200′ space that the cafe is located in was too big just for soup so…..then came sandwiches. Yum!
One of the many advantages of living in Seattle’s prestigious neighborhood, Magnolia, is the pedestrian village filled with shops, banks and some wonderful restaurants.
Check out Wheeler Street Kitchen. You’re sure to be pleased!
Just one example of Magnolia’s beautiful waterfront
Magnolia is one of Seattle’s oldest view neighborhoods. It offers panoramic views of Puget Sound, West Seattle and the marina. Drive along “The Boulevard” and take in the beauty of the Madrona trees and the salt water vistas. Enjoy dining at The Palisades and Maggie Bluffs below.
This Seattle community is a town unto itself. The central village offers a range of boutique shops, restaurants, banks, service stations, full service grocery stores and a Bartell Drugs (a Seattle icon).
Magnolia is a pedestrian friendly neighborhood where residents walk their dogs along the well groomed sidewalks or take a side trip to the trails of Discovery Park. Magnolia people are friendly and welcoming and there is a real sense of community here. Join one of the community clubs or meet up for friends at the local pool.
Let me know if you want to look at homes for sale in Magnolia.
Let’s go for a drive!