Anyone is welcome to nominate a business who they think deserves to be recognized.
In 2018, we will submit the finalists to a vote by the community to see who will claim the Heart of Seattle Awards for each category. The winners will be revealed at the Heart of Seattle Awards Party in April 2018, an epic celebration featuring 25+ local food and beverage producers and restauranteurs.
Be sure to include your email address, and we'll contact you when it's time to vote and to send you an exclusive invitation to the Heart of Seattle Awards Party. We'll continue to update as more great partners are added.
Are you a Seattle business that might qualify for these awards?
Food Service Operations
EXAMPLES: Restaurants | Bakeries | Cafes | Catering | Food Trucks
Non-Food Retail Operations
EXAMPLES: Home & Garden | Fashion | Gifts | Health & Wellness | Outdoor | Book Stores
Non-Food Service Businesses
EXAMPLES: Cleaning | Home Repair | Massage | Salons | Exercise
Manufacturers and Producers
within 200 miles of Seattle
EXAMPLES: Food | Beverage |
Furniture | Outdoor Gear
Apparel | Jewelry
Food & Beverage Retail Operations
EXAMPLES: Natural and Organic Grocers | Specialty Grocers | Butcher Shops | Wine Shops
EXAMPLES: Performing Arts | Museums | Attractions | Tours | Classes
Sponsorship opportunities still available. Please contact us if interested in partnering.
The Stranger defines, defends, and sometimes defies the culture and politics of Seattle.
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The Stranger is unpredictable, and we’re not always nice. But we are unmistakably on the side of our city and our readers. We love Seattle so much that we want more of it: more housing, more transit options, more bars and restaurants, more people. We take our reporting seriously—we won a Pulitzer Prize for feature writing—but we are just as committed to gleefully f###ing around.
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PCC Farmland Trust is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) land trust whose mission is to secure, preserve, and steward threatened farmland in Washington, ensuring that generations of local farmers productively farm using sustainable and organic growing methods. We take our mission one step further by innovating on traditional conservation tools to provide access to affordable farmland.
Harriet Bullitt started Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort in 1995 to protect the natural beauty of a property near her Leavenworth home. Prior to her purchase, the site had been used as a base by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the 1930s, as a dude ranch and as a Camp for the Catholic Youth Organization. In 1991, Bullitt purchased all 67 acres to preserve the land and redeveloped the property into a mountain resort and retreat that embraces the site’s natural setting for visitors seeking an experience off the beaten path. In 2010, Sleeping Lady received B Corporation certification from B Lab, a non-profit committed to using the power of business to solve social and environmental problems, further underscoring the resort’s commitment to the environment and the community. Rates start at about $280 based on double occupancy, and include all meals. For reservations and more information, call (800) 574-2123 or visit www.sleepinglady.com. Follow Sleeping Lady on Facebook.
Built Green® is an environmentally-friendly, non-profit, residential building program of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, and is designed to help homebuyers find quality, affordable homes that offer opportunities to protect the health of their families and the Northwest environment. Built Green homes are designed to provide homeowners with comfortable, durable, environmentally friendly homes that are cost-effective to own and operate. These resource-efficient homes are crafted to exceed building codes and provide homeowners with years of healthy, quality living, while protecting our families and the precious Northwest environment.
PCC Farmland Trust is a nonprofit land trust working to secure, preserve, and steward threatened farmland in Washington, ensuring that generations of local farmers productively farm using sustainable and organic growing methods. They take their mission one step further by innovating on traditional conservation tools to provide access to affordable farmland. They are currently leading a call to action to protect near-urban farmland in the Puget Sound region: Our Farms, Our Future. Learn more about how we conserve farmland and the farms they've protected across the state.
EnviroStars is brought to you in part by the City of Seattle. EnviroStars is a free, one-stop hub for Washington businesses to get information, help, and recognition for actions that protect their workplace, the community, and the planet. Led by a large coalition of cities, counties and utilities, EnviroStars links businesses to local environmental programs and incentives that can help them take green actions and get recognized for it. By joining the EnviroStars program, businesses experience more efficiency, lower utility bills, greater comfort, improved worker safety, and a more healthy and productive workplace.
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