Synopses & Reviews
Best Places is the original guidebook series to Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, started in 1986. Best Places editors and reviewers are all local residents who know and love the city, which makes for more trustworthy content. Restaurants are reviewed with a 4-star rating system—all are recommended (if its not recommended, its not in the book). Now with 300+ shopping reviews, Best Places Seattle serves residents and visitors. Three Day Tours offer up getaway itineraries for the length of time most people currently take for vacations, and a simple icon system calls out bargain, family-friendly, romantic, and uniquely Seattle establishments.
This best-selling guide, substantially updated for this edition, contains all the information locals or visitors need to maximize their experience of Seattle. Candid, trustworthy advice on where to dine (with 4-star rating system), stay, and play is included, along with 300+ shopping reviews and profiles of three-day getaways. A simple icon system highlights bargain, family-friendly, romantic, and uniquely Seattle spots, while witty sidebars devoted to everything from taco trucks to spas to the gay scene reflect the quirkiness of America's own Emerald City.
This bestselling guide features a simple icon system highlighting bargain, family-friendly, romantic, and uniquely Seattle spots, while witty sidebars--devoted to everything from taco trucks to spas to the gay scene--reflect the quirkiness of America's own Emerald City.
About the Author
Monica Fischer is a former editor for Seattle Magazine and is the current the editor of Northwest Source, the online information website of The Seattle Times. She lives in Seattle.