I sold the Renoir and the TV set; don’t want to be around when this gets out
This may seem like a corny place to visit but it’s fun seeing the monkeys up close. You can feed them from inside a caged house while they roam around outside - a novel inversion. Be prepared for a 20 minute uphill hike from the ticket booth.
Arashiyama Monkey Park Iwatayama
61 Arashiyama Nakaoshitacho, Nishikyo Ward
Newly opened at end of 2018. The chef’s specialty is rice roll - be sure to order one of the “Chang Fen” appetizers to start any meal here.
670 South Weller ST, Seattle
Restaurants | Comfort Food
Omakase is the way to go
86 Pine ST #1, Seattle
Restaurants | Sushi
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Great backdrop for “gritty” urban portraits. There’s usually artists at work that you can watch do their thing. Or bring your own cans of Krylon and add your own flavor to this enormous evolving canvas.
Graffiti Park at Castle Hill
1008 Baylor ST, Austin
Places | Public Art
Modern interpretations of Filipino cuisine served in an conversational, intimate bar setting by a husband/wife team. Optimized for seasonal, local ingredients. 10 course omakase/prix fixe. Comparable to the Willows Inn experience. Book at least 4 days in advance on their website.
5607 Rainier Ave S, Seattle
Restaurants | Filipino
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