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The live-action, escape room adventure, Puzzle Break, opened its newest location earlier this year at 2124 Second Avenue in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. The 6,000-square-foot venue is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

Puzzle Break’s Belltown location has twin rooms, allowing for two teams of five to compete against each other—and the clock—as they try to solve the mystery and their way out of the rooms. The two rooms are digitally connected so each group can keep an eye on the other’s progress. A second Puzzle Break location is on Capitol Hill. The company can also bring the escape room experience to your group at an off-site location. 

Microsoft recently produced Solutions5, the seventh annual collaborative conference bringing together five premier food service associations: Association of Correctional Food Service Affiliation, Association for Healthcare Foodservice, Foodservice Consultants Society International, National Association of College Auxiliary Services and the Society for Hospitality & Foodservice Management.

 

Seattle’s Caribbean sandwich shop Paseo has been garnering national attention: Anthony Bourdain said it was a must-visit stop when in Seattle. Yelp named it the #3 restaurant in the United States. And the Food Channel awarded its Caribbean Roast sandwich the #2 sandwich in the country. And now, beginning this summer, you can enjoy its flavors at your next event thanks to its new catering offerings!

 

The most recent private venue to grace the streets of Seattle is anything but a brand new building. Originally a 1927 ice warehouse, Block 41 is a revamped two-level building featuring 13,000 square feet of event space. Located in the heart of Belltown, the hotspot offers three discrete indoor spaces and a landscaped outdoor courtyard.

“Block 41 is unlike anything else in downtown Seattle,” says Dan Temkin, owner and developer of Block 41. “I knew we had a special opportunity the moment I walked in the door.”