Best of Seattle

The Pub Games and Dance Floors That Give Life to the Night

Seattle Weekly readers weigh in on their favorite after hours spots.

Illustration by Jose Trujillo

The Winners From This Year’s Reader Poll

Democracy in action.

Illustration by Jose Trujillo
Tomo Nakayama Tells Us Exactly What He Means

Tomo Nakayama Tells Us Exactly What He Means

Best Folk Act: Tomo Nakayama

Tomo Nakayama Tells Us Exactly What He Means
Jay Berger, left, and Jordan Zenisek. Photos by Duncan Hanron and Erica Leong

What Makes a Good Budtender … Other Than Good Weed?

Best Budtender: (tie) Jay Berger & Jordan Zenisek

Jay Berger, left, and Jordan Zenisek. Photos by Duncan Hanron and Erica Leong
Jay Cates at Vidiot. Courtesy of Vidiot

Whether Bartending or Babysitting, Jay Cates Is Master of His Realm

Best Bartender: Jay Cates at Vidiot

Jay Cates at Vidiot. Courtesy of Vidiot

Best Barbershop: Millheads

The people have spoken.

Best BBQ: Jack’s BBQ

The people have spoken.

Best Beach: Golden Gardens

The people have spoken.

Best Bicycle Shop: Gregg’s Greenlake Cycle

The people have spoken.

Best Bike Ride: Burke-Gilman Trail

The people have spoken.

Best Bookstore: Elliott Bay Book Company

The people have spoken.

Best Bottle Shop: Chuck’s Bottle Shop

The people have spoken.

Best Boutique: Velouria

The people have spoken.

Best Brewery: Georgetown Brewing

The people have spoken.

Best Brunch: Salty’s

The people have spoken.

Best Building: Seattle Central Library

The people have spoken.

Best Burger: Dick’s Drive-In

The people have spoken.

Best Camera Shop: Glazer’s Camera

The people have spoken.

Best Car/Rideshare: Uber

The people have spoken.

Best Charity: Planned Parenthood

The people have spoken.