I'd love to but I am slammed with work for the next month and my evenings are packed. I'll know for sure by the weekend what my schedule looks like next week. Right now it's hard to tell.
I was gonna say others - like Linga - have been in this region much longer than me and probably have better options.
FYI- Holy Mountain and Urban Family are known for their Belgium sour beers and they do an incredible job with them. Fremont brews great IPAs and stouts and everything else is solid. Cloudburst and Reuban's are also good breweries. As for Fremont - Paseo is close by as is the Brouwer's Cafe. I'd say Paseo and Fremont would be a solid evening. Holy Mountain and Urban Family are both in odd locations -- worth it for the beer, but not surrounded by restaurants within walking distance.
Another option might be the Beer Junction. It's a beer bar/bottle shop with a massive tap list that is south towards the airport. You could try beers from all the Seattle breweries and across the west coast, but I don't know the food options in that part of the city - http://www.thebeerjunction.com/tap-list
Also, if you're looking for a place with a big beer selection and pub food there's Brouwer's Cafe, Toronado, The Pine Box, The Noble Fir, etc
The traffic should be clear heading to the city from Bellingham at 6pm. I live in NE Seattle and could offer some recommendations for places to grab food and a drink. What do you like? If want to try out the best breweries in town swing by Fremont, Holy Mountain, or Urban Family. If you want seafood, I'd recommend Chinook's, Ray's Boathouse, or The Walrus and the Carpenter (probably my favorite place though it's usually packed with a long wait).
Some other food recs: Un Bien or Paseo for incredible Caribbean sandwiches, 45th Stop and Shop Poke Bar for the best Hawaiian Poke in town (highly recommend), Yoroshiku Ramen for Japanese noodles, Delancy's or Dino's (get the Sicilian) for the best pizza in town, Chuck's Hop Shop if you want to grab some west coast beers to take home (1000+ beers), Little Uncle for Thai, Rainier Restaurant and BBQ for incredible Vietnamese.
These are my Seattle foodie highlights and you can google them for menu and directions, but there is good food and drink all over this city. Enjoy!
I hope Urban has an open competition and I hope that JT wins it. Well I hope the best qb wins regardless. But I know no one will work harder and keep more focused than JT. He's a true competitor and Buckeye. He goes hard until the end -- look at all the games over the past few years he got this team through in the 4th and OT by willing it (eg. PSU overtime in HV and The Game this year). I have no doubt he can get it fixed, especially with the new coaches on board to help. It's also about the Oline and WR corps improving. If he doesn't get it together then I hope Urban goes with the next man up. I have no doubt JT will support his decision and be a leader regardless. He's the man.
I miss those days. With a wife/kids, a career, etc my New Years weekends are much more calm to say the least. But damn the mid-late 90s were a good time - part of my mind is still somewhere in the enchanted forest at big cypress. :) Glad to see kids can still have fun. I'd bet he's just now falling asleep...
I'd hate to see any of these guys leave, but they do deserve promotions for the damn good job they've done in Columbus. I'll definitely miss Fickell and Coombs if they head to UC. Hopefully Schiano sticks around for another year or two.
I think Vance Bedford would be a solid hire for the DBs if Coombs leaves. It'd be a step back for him but he is currently out of a job. Maybe he'd also have to get that co-DC tag. He has strong crootin connections in Texas and Florida, and he coached for Urban at UF.
I knew we were in trouble when he said he was 110% committed to 11W a few months back.
The Grown & Sexy Lounge?
Can't believe this is the first I've seen of the reddit Evan Turner quote page. Amazing
It's difficult to tell because of the yellow pants, but I think it might be Green bay.
It was Keith Hernandez
Not sure if this has been posted or but, but here's a solid interview with Daelin Hayes. He's one of the more well-spoken, modest recruits I've heard. Seems like a great kid. Plus he has some good things to say about the Bucks.
I wish I could go with you, but I have to skip Blossom. Got too many things going on this summer. Magnaball will be it for me
JT throws a damn fine ball. Love his placement. My favorite pass in recent memory is at 4:06: huge play on 3rd and long and placed perfectly. We got it good
It's a delicious bourbon. My go to's (as a poor phd student) are EC 12, Bulleit, and Elmer T. They're all very reasonably priced and delicious neat, which is my usual method.
Ha! Yep, came in to post something something red bull Coach Coombs something something planting flags.
Hoping Felder picks the Bucks, but if he does he needs to change that Twitter handle!
Ha! He said with Notre Dame you don't always win but it comes even more with that education aspect. Judging from his comments about Ohio State it seems like he wants to win, so hopefully that's a good sign.
Armani with a nice shot