About: Alexandria Maruska
Alexandria has managed to balance her nerdy love for all things tech with her insatiable lust for the finer things in life. Gourmet food and wine, travel, and high-tech harmoniously exist in Alexandria's world. What better skill exists than being able to listen, analyze and prescribe the perfect tech solution for a client while being able to recommend the best travel spots and Michelin starred restaurants at the same time.
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Stop whining. There are plenty of places with fantastic wine to explore in Seattle. Here are a few of our favs. Four Seasons It goes without saying that you’ll be well taken care of at the Four Seasons. Goldfinch Tavern is an Ethan Stowell restaurant with a nice view of Puget Sound located in the…Read more
Circadia is Seattle’s Hottest New Restaurant
Photo: Facebook/Circadia It’s as if Seattle grew up and became a sophisticated city overnight with the recent opening of Circadia. Circadia is located downtown on the corner of 7th and Olive. This restaurant has changed the Seattle restaurant landscape in a number of ways: service, sophistication and creativity. The team behind this extraordinary creation is top notch.…Read more
Don’t Miss Cork, Fork and Support This Thursday!
There are still a few tickets left for "Cork, Fork and Support" this Thursday, October 20th. This event supports Northwest Hope & Healing (NWH&H). NWH&H is a local nonprofit organization that provides immediate financial assistance to women undergoing breast or gynecologic cancer treatment at the Swedish Cancer Institute, who are struggling to meet their basic needs. NWH&H’s patient assistance…Read more
Feast at the Market is October 4 and it’s Going to be Delicious
Join us on a magical tour through Pike Place Market on Tuesday, October 4th at Feast at the Market. This unique event is an opportunity to become familiar with many Pike Place Market restaurants while supporting local, non-profit organization, Neighborcare Health. Neighborcare Health is the largest provider of primary health and dental care for low income…Read more
Where To Eat in Pioneer Square
Back in the 1850s early settlers built sawmills to use the available timber resources and moved the logs by “skidding” them down steep hills in the area, hence the name Pioneer Square-Skid Road Historic District in downtown Seattle. Often an afterthought, Pioneer Square is becoming one of Seattle’s most interesting foodie neighborhoods. There is much…Read more
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