Vida Vegan in Seattle
We’re just about halfway through our seminar.
You know what that means…………………
From the one and only Veggie Grill, naturally.
It wouldn’t be a blogger’s seminar without taking pictures of lunch.
And we’ll now resume our regular programming.
I just need ONE more piece of carrot cake….
We at Vida Vegan HQ love the Seattle Central Library. It’s oddly-shaped and weird and just so so unique and cool.
When we visited in April 2012 to research the best venue for the one day Tech Seminar, once we toured the library, we knew right away this was the right spot for us.
With stunning architecture and a central location, The Central Library is gorgeously awkward. Just our style!
The coolest part, for us, is the Red Room on the fourth floor.
This is where the meeting rooms are located.
The Tech Seminar this Saturday will be in a conference room on this red level, so for those of you that are coming, be prepared to get all “Red Room Red Room” up in here. (It’s Halloween season, so this The Shining reference totally fits. Apologies for the creepy link!)
Our bright and cozy meeting space!
See some of you this Saturday! Any last minute suggestions for places to eat?
Possibly what Seattle is known best for (unless you follow sports; I bet Seattle has some famous sports team or something), Pike Place Market lives up to it’s reputation. With a beautiful view of Puget Sound, Pike Place is filled with cobblestone streets, little specialty shops, and a big market filled with fresh flowers, fresh pasta and fresh produce (Nevermind the ‘fresh’ fish; ugh).
There’s also the little thing known as the Gum Wall nearby.
A cute shop sells authentic grenadine. Grenadine is traditionally made out of pomegranate, but now most brands just use red coloring and sugar water. I loved finding this.
A cozy little bookstore located in the market center.
The famous Gum Wall:
Yep, all gum.
We love Pike Place Market. What are some of your favorite spots in Seattle?