T-Mobile Homemade Ball Park Food
Hot dogs, garlic fries, cracker jacks — one thing we will miss about going to a ball game is the food. Since Mariners fans will not be in the stadium this season, T-Mobile Park’s Executive Chef, Taylor Park, and Seattle restaurateur, Ethan Stowell, are hosting a YouTube cooking demo of all your ball park favorites at noon Friday, July 31. Learn how to make the Hempler’s sausage sandwich, the Marco Pollo sandwich, a fan favorite ice cream sandwich, and even some specialty cocktails like the Mariners Margarita. Join the demo by heading to Mariners YouTube Channel.
Issaquah’s First Brewery and Biergarten
Issaquah’s first brewery and biergarten is now open for inside dining. Formula Brewing offers remarkable “in glass” and “out of glass” experiences, from the changing line of beers (in-glass) to their taproom and beer garden setting (out of glass). Its selection of fresh craft beer, Woodstone oven pizzas, and fresh salads are also available to-go. You can visit Formula Brewing Sunday through Wednesday from 12 to 9 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday from 12 to 10 p.m. To learn more about Formula Brewing, click here.
Quench Your Thirst With CHERRiSH
Health and wellness are key things in focus right now. CHERRiSH is a Bellevue-based beverage brand that provides powerful all-natural health properties that is said to strengthen your immune system. Their unique blend 96 whole Montmorency tart and sweet Bing cherries deliver the highest antioxidant score of any beverage on the market right now. You can find additional health benefits here. CHERRiSH is available in any Albertsons/Safeway store and has now expanded its distribution to all QFC stores in Washington and Oregon.