BREANNE KOSELKE

I believe The Triple Door to be the most romantic place in Seattle—lush darkness and twinkling lights, an antique gold-framed stage with plush red curtains, live music (with a remarkably eclectic roster ranging from the heart-wrenching Antony and the Johnsons to reggae star Yellowman), and—best of all—food from Wild Ginger (1401 Third Ave, 623-4450) brought to your table. This winter, if just for one night, trade in the dark hovel of your living room for The Triple Door's cozy womb of booze, food, and music. It's a wonderful, decadent experience, especially if you order a bottle of wine and the Wild Ginger fragrant duck ($16.95).