Opening weekend at Apental kicked our butts... I think I'd forgotten how to ski in fresh powder! Snoqualmie wasn't nearly as technical, and the whole area is quite a decent little ski area for being so close to Seattle. Definitely small tho, I imagine if you had more time, a trip to Stevens Pass would be much more rewarding.
Dinner at Bourbone and Bones was a solid glimpse of how good Southern-style BBQ could be in Seattle, sadly just about everything we had was a little overcooked or otherwise off enough to prevent me from recommending the place. Well ok except maybe the fried chicken, which was delicious if you're a fan of lots of breading and skin.
Bar hopping at Barnacle, Percy and Co., and The Noble Fir afterwards. Barnacle had some superb sea cow oysters in addition to the Lays' potato chips and the mostly bitter-ish cocktails, although Erik and Katie both love the place. Percy and Co. afterwards was more of a traditional big-bar-and-cocktail scene with a pretty decent ginger snap, deviled eggs, and a rather sauce-heavy but still decent brussel sprouts with bacon. Wrapped up the night at The Noble Fir, which is a wine and beer only place complete with their own mini-library and the most modern vibe of the three. Not a bad night, but just proof that old farts like Erik and I are too old to go bar hopping without paying the price the next day!
There was some late-night pizza in there from somewhere as well, sadly I can't remember where.