Are you ready to show someone some love on Valentines Day this Sunday, February 14th? Whether you want to get a gift to show appreciation to your mom or take your sweetie out on the town, Wedgwood has multiple venues for food, fun and entertainment for the celebration of love.
Take a look at the delicious food selections at the Wedgwood Broiler, located in the shopping plaza by the QFC at NE 85th Street. The Broiler is on the list as one of Seattle’s best restaurants for prime rib.
The Wedgwood Ale House at 8515 35th Ave NE and the Fiddlers Inn at 9219 35th Ave NE are renowned for good grub and a lively music scene.
If you would like to cook a romantic meal at home, you are in luck because fresh, healthy and delicious food is available at LaPasta, 9118 35th Ave NE in the Morningside Market building. Ready-to-cook fresh foods are packaged with instructions and can be prepared in less than thirty minutes. LaPasta has a selection of side dishes, sauces, wines and chocolates, too.
It’s tax season and every year, scammers think of new ways to convince people to send money. The latest scam reported on the Fraud Watch Network is a phone call “from the IRS” with threats of fines and even jail time if the person does not pay immediately. The caller will instruct the victim to get money orders to be mailed to the address given.
The IRS will NEVER phone anyone with demands for payment. If you receive a phone call about payment, assume it is a scam and hang up immediately. Info on common phone scams is also available from the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Washington.
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Open house on Saturday, 10 to noon, to see design plans. . . . → Read More: 2016 Update on Planning for a New North Precinct Police Station
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