More Fun Things To Do In The Seattle Area That You May Not Have Thought About

Teatro ZinZanni:  "Engages, transforms, educates and delights our audiences with a unique celebration of cirque, comedy and cabaret in an intimate live experience.  Teatro ZinZanni's main event is part circus, part dinner theatre, and always magical. Described as 'the Kit Kat Klub on acid' and 'the hottest ticket in town', Teatro ZinZanni is a night out unlike any other. It is a three-hour whirlwind of international cirque, comedy, and cabaret artists all served up with a scrumptious multi-course feast and elegant libations."

Julep Nail Parlor:  "Every woman loves to get a fresh mani-pedi and if you live in Seattle, you know that Julep Nail Parlor is the absolute best place to go. Gather up all your girlfriends and spend the afternoon treating yourselves to some time together. Julep is always filled with the best, positive female energy -- usually with chick-flicks like Sex & The City playing in the background -- making it the perfect place to celebrate!"

Flower Booths At Pike Place Market:  "Flowers when you're dating or married are practically a requirement.  Try something different by going to the flower booths at Pike Place Market and getting to pick your own bouquet from hundreds of beautiful, colorful arrangements. If you can't decide between two, buy them both -- most of them are in the $15 range, a fraction of what you'd pay for the same bouquet from a florist. After you've picked your perfect flowers, stroll the market and pick up fresh ingredients -- vegetables, spices, seafood, and bread -- to make her gourmet dinner at home. Don't forget dessert -- try something from the French bakery across the street."

Christmas Ship Festival (November 28th – December 23rd, 2014):  "Whether you’re a native of Seattle or new to the Emerald City, the Christmas Ship Festival is one Northwest holiday tradition that never gets old. Starting the day after Thanksgiving and running through December 23, the ship parade route covers over 45 different waterfront communities around Lake Washington and Puget Sound. To help you map out where to see the ships, we’ve rounded up the best viewing spots on shore (‘round a roaring bonfire), on board (with St. Nick) or at a waterfront restaurant."