Interested in getting the lowdown on the newest hot spots in Queen Anne? From a business using cryotherapy to a studio offering permanent makeup, read on for the freshest spots to check out in this part of Seattle.
Celsius Cryotherapy LQA
229 Queen Anne Ave. N, Suite 101
Celsius Cryotherapy LQA is a cryotherapy and infrared light spa and sauna. In three-minute increments, visitors can lower their skin surface temperature by 30-50 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature within the chamber gets as low as -250 degrees.
On its website, the business says, "There is no other therapy known to elicit such a powerful, positive and holistic response."
This new spot's sauna uses far, mid and near infrared rays in hopes of giving benefits that include: lowered blood pressure, relief from chronic pain, removal of toxins, pain relief and anti-aging.
It's still early days for Celsius Cryotherapy LQA, which currently holds five stars out of two reviews on the site.
Yelper Breezy C., who reviewed the new business on June 6, wrote, "Love this place! Location is clean, modern and chic. Cryo is my favorite ever for post workout recovery. The NormaTec room is another favorite: dark room, comfy couch and Netflix!"
Amanda B. noted, "Phenomenal for pain relief and mood boosting. Celsius is a beautiful, clean facility. I love the NormaTec and infrared sauna too!"
Celsius Cryotherapy LQA is open from 7 a.m.–8 p.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m.–2 p.m. on weekends.
Basilic Essentially Thai
352 Roy St.
Basilic Essentially Thai is a restaurant that specializes in artfully crafted cuisine.
Expect menu options like yellow and green curry; traditional pad Thai; summer salmon topped with mango; or the house fried rice with beef, chicken, pork or tofu topped with egg and fresh veggies. The full menu can be seen here.
"We believe good quality products make the food speak for itself," the restaurant shares on its website.
Basilic Essentially Thai's current Yelp rating of 4.5 stars out of 29 reviews indicates positive attention from users.
Yelper Miranda P., who reviewed the eatery on May 5, wrote, "This place is awesome! I have not found many restaurants in Seattle where I felt 100 percent content with the food and service, but this Thai restaurant is now added to that list."
Joey K. added, "This place is great! Haven't even eaten my meal yet and I am sold! Take all of your family and friends here! Take all my money Basilic Essentially Thai!"
Basilic Essentially Thai is open from 11 a.m.–3 p.m. and 4–9 p.m. on Tuesday-Friday and noon–3 p.m. and 4–9 p.m. on weekends. (It's closed on Monday.)
Sal Y Limon
10 Mercer St.
Sal Y Limon is a bar and Mexican spot that is serving up regional Mexican fare.
On the menu, look for Pollo Con Rajas (chicken breast cooked in chipotle salsa and topped with peppers and mushrooms), as well as vegetarian dishes, desserts and appetizers like bacon-wrapped prawns and shrimp ceviche. Libations include beer, wine, sangria and tequila cocktails.
The restaurant features handmade tortillas, slow-cooked pork and, on weekends, offers menudo: "a specialty dish that is so time-consuming it is hardly found north of the border," the eatery says on its website.
With a 4.5-star rating out of 46 reviews on Yelp, Sal Y Limon has been getting positive attention.
Seneca G. wrote, "Nice to have some authentic tasting Mexican food in lower Queen Anne! There are already a few other options nearby, but none have tortillas or salsa that taste as good."
Yelper Mark T. wrote, "Super happy to have Sal Y Limon in the neighborhood. The chef is reportedly Michoacán, so I recommend any of the Michoacán specialties."
Sal Y Limon is open from 11 a.m.–11 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday and 11–1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
8 Boston St., Suite 10
Sangha Yoga is a yoga studio offering classes inspired by modern mindfulness teachings and Eastern philosophy. This new establishment offers special deals for newcomers: one free drop-in and $45 for unlimited classes for two weeks.
Run by Scott and and Heather Falkin, Sangha offers classes in a wide range of styles, including traditional practices like Vinyasa, Yin and Family Fun Flow; a modern Kicksana class set to an upbeat playlist; and even a prenatal session.
Sangha Yoga currently has one five-star Yelp review.
Yelper Melissa K. wrote, "I have taken yoga all over the United States and it was definitely a top-three experience. Super friendly staff, elegant sequencing, great temperature, seductive lighting, great community price."
The business' hours were not available at time of publication.
Lady Wolf Studio
1817 Queen Anne Ave. N, Suite 307
Lady Wolf Studio is a permanent makeup, waxing and eyebrow service spot owned and operated by Ashley Leffler.
Leffler is an esthetician and tattoo artist specializing in permanent makeup by a practice called microblading.
On the business' website, Leffler says she "became fascinated with the stunning difference eyebrows can make in a person's appearance. They can create balance, enhance features, and help restore what may have been lost due to a multitude of reasons and conditions."
See Leffler's work and inquire about pricing here.
With a five-star rating out of six reviews on Yelp, Lady Wolf Studio has been getting positive attention.
Yelper Ingo P. wrote, "Ashley's microblading skills are life changing! She spends as much time as it takes to design the perfect shape for your face, ensuring that you are getting the look you want, not a template or a copy of someone else's brows."
Yelper April T. wrote, "Ashley is amazing. I truly can't say enough. Speaking as someone who is not blessed with naturally full brows, I spent my whole life filling in my brows and praying it didn't rain and wash it all off."
Lady Wolf Studio is open from 9 a.m.–6 p.m. on Monday-Wednesday. (It's closed on Thursday-Sunday.)
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