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A series of articles about all facets of event planning with helpful hints, planning ideas, sample schedules and budgeting tips from the B&E Team.

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Monday
Sep152014

Restaurants: What To Consider

Restaurants in SeattleYou may know all the best eating spots right in your own neighborhood, but what happens if you are traveling or you move to a new area? Finding a good restaurant can be easier said than done if you don't know your way around the city. The good news is that you don't have to give up tasty cuisine simply because you are new to a place. We have tips for finding a good restaurant no matter where your travels might take you.

The first tip for finding a good restaurant is to check the Internet*. You will probably be able to find information about the establishment, including a menu and prices, as well as reviews of the place from previous customers and restaurant critics. Once you find an eatery that looks interesting, it is always a good idea to call first and make sure the place is still in business before making the drive.

*Speaking of the internet, be sure and check out the new addition to our website on the nav bar at the top of this page. Click on "eating out" to see top picks of the month for all areas in the region we service. If you find something special we would love to hear from you.

Another tip for finding a good restaurant is to check with the tourist center in the city you are visiting. In fact, some hotels will also provide this service through their concierge. You can usually find a variety of places through this method, so you can locate a restaurant for any palate and dress code.

If you just moved into a neighborhood, finding a good restaurant might be as easy as talking to the guy next door about the places he likes. When you think of the process of finding a good restaurant as an adventure rather than a chore, the search can be half the fun!