The Stranger Guide to Seattle: The City's Smartest, Pickiest, Most Obsessive Urban Manual

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Sasquatch Books, 2001 - Travel - 258 pages
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Attention: Smart-Ass Crossing Zone. America's most outrageous alternative weekly has a mission: to tell you what's hot and what's snot in the city of Seattle. Part guidebook, part rant, The Stranger Guide to Seattle dishes about all the good places to go and things to do for Seattle's hip set. Whether you're into the low brow (Coors-fueled bowling, low stakes gambling, punk rock karaoke, down and dirty thrifting) or the high brow (chi-chi restaurants, sipping highballs, readings, film, and art galleries), this book has secrets to reveal. Also covered: 24-hour joints, outdoor sex, independent stores, gambling, skateboarding, and scads more!

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Compiled by staff members of Seattle's independently owned alternate weekly the Stranger, this fun guide to the Emerald City resembles conventional travel guides in that it has sections for ... Read full review

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Paula Gilovich is a contributing writer for The Stranger and writes for the New York Times. Traci Vogel is the Associate Editor/Books Editor at The Stranger.

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