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  • 💦 Get Your Sweat On

    Up for a challenge? Fremont fitness concept The Sweat Studios has your back (and core and glutes). Now officially open, boutique studio created by local trainer Jade Tabares offers four different workouts focused on different areas and goals: Full Body Sweat, Sweat Your Booty Off, Sweat to Your Core, and Sweaty Restore. So, grab your favorite workout buddy and get ready to be put to the test!

  • ⚡ Max Hype

    The day has finally arrived — long-awaited poke restaurant Sam Choy’s Poke to the Max is finally open in Sea-Tac Airport! Headed up by the self-proclaimed “Godfather of Poke”, you can now dig into deliciously fresh, Hawaiian-style poke dishes whenever you find yourself at Concourse D. Indulge in customizable plates (make it a bowl, salad, wrap, or even a taco!) and authentic island favorites like loco moco and Spam musubi. Stop by the new spot to try it out!

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    Flatstick Pub Pioneer Square 2020 .5K Fun Run


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    Clēēn Craft is Serving up CBD-Infused Soda in its Belltown Speakeasy

    Kiley Beck

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  • 6️⃣ Running Through The Six

    It’s time to slip on your flyest shoes and coolest leggings — fitness studio The Six is expanding to Ballard. Bringing high-energy HIIT classes, yoga flows, and an always A+ hip-hop playlist, the neighborhood has a lot to look forward to. Plus, the new facility will feature a larger space and, of course, their signature in-house juice bar for that post-workout energy boost. Check their social media for more details.

  • 🍕 OMG, GPK!

    Get this on your radar, gang. Guerilla Pizza Kitchen, a pop-up slinging mostly vegan and vegetarian slices, has been cropping up monthly at Captain Blacks in Capitol Hill and they. are. HOT. To give you an idea of what we mean, last month GPK sold out in just two hours. And it makes sense, the pop-up was started by Cameron Hanin, the genius behind local restaurants Supreme and New Luck Toy. Touting naturally-fermented and naturally-leavened dough, the concept also sells a few soups, salads, and sometimes desserts. Keep an eye on their Instagram for details on their next appearance.

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    Calm Your Mind at Sanctuary, Seattle's Immersive Yoga & Meditation Micro-Retreat

    Kiley Beck

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    My Better Half Annual Marathon


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    Popular Boutique Rowing Studio, Row House, Makes Seattle Debut With Three Area Locations

    Kiley Beck

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  • 😅 Power Up

    Prepare to bend, flow, and tone those muscles, Belltown, because CorePower Yoga has arrived. If you’re new to yoga, we recommend starting out with their C1 class, which will get you familiar with the basics while still delivering a darn good workout. If you’re looking for something beginner-friendly but want a little added heat, try their Hot Power Fusion class. No matter what you decide, just remember your water bottle! You’ll need it.

  • 💅Stay Beat-iful

    The best workouts are the ones that feel like a party, and that’s exactly what you can expect at Upbeats, the latest fitness studio to open in the Ballard neighborhood. Every workout features 50 minutes of straight-up hits, so you’re always in for a good time. And when it comes to classes, they’ve got options. Sign up for everything from Barre Beats and Upbeat Yoga Sculpt to MixxedFit, Pop Pilates, and more. Seriously, there’s a class for any mood and fitness level. Not sure where to start? Check out this handy chart, and get ready to leave it all out on the studio floor.

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    Shred415 is Bringing Its Hardcore HIIT Workouts to Denny Triangle

    Madeline Crider

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  • 🥛 A Match Made In Heaven

    If you haven’t gotten on board the oat milk bandwagon yet, now’s the time because Stumptown Coffee Roasters has teamed up with Oatly to bring us cold brew with oat milk. The creamy collaboration will be available at all their cafes (like the one on 12th Ave. in Capitol Hill), online, and in select stores. If you know anything about the popular coffee chain, you’ll understand why we’re so excited — this is about to be top notch. So, get those taste buds ready for the Original Oat, Horchata, and Chocolate flavors, and stay on the lookout for more details about the official release.

  • ⛰ Climbing To New Heights

    Time to chalk up because major climbing gym Seattle Bouldering Project is expanding to Fremont. Anyone who’s been to the original location on Poplar Pl. S knows how busy it can get, so this expansion might just mean more space for you to crush those crags and leave it all up on the wall. With sights set on a summer 2020 opening, the new spot will not only offer everything you’ve come to know and love about the original, but it will also feature a smaller satellite gym they’re calling the Upper Walls. Keep an eye out on their social media for updates.

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    All The Best Spots For Vegan-Friendly Ice Cream in Seattle

    Kiley Beck

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  • 🍲 Keen On Keto

    If you’re unfamiliar with the ultra-popular ketogenic diet, or have heard of it but feel unsure, local food truck Best of Both Worlds is a great introduction. Self-proclaimed as America’s first keto-focused mobile eatery, they offer low-carb comfort food, including mouth-watering plates like Pesto Alfredo Chicken Pasta and Asian Chicken Salad. Catch ’em at local farmers markets around King and Snohomish counties.

  • 🚲 Good For The Soul

    Get excited, gang, because super popular cycling chain SoulCycle now has a location in the U-District’s University Village. The new studio marks their third in the Seattle area, and trust us — this spot is sure to be buzzing. With state-of-the-art bikes and rockin’ playlists to jam out to while you work up a sweat, you’ll be riding an endorphin high after every sesh. So, whether you’re a 7am or a 7pm cyclist (they’ve got classes for both!), clip in and prepare to get your heart pumping at their latest space.

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    Stretch 22 is The Latest Recovery Studio to Hit Seattle

    Kiley Beck

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