Take a vibrant city with a temperate climate, an energetic farmers’ market scene and “wine countries” in both nearby Woodinville and Walla Walla over the pass. Add a heaping helping of adventurous, talented chefs who know exactly what to do with the region’s bounty, and you’ve got Seattle: a foodie nirvana with excellent farm-to-table dining options around every corner.
Savor Seattle brings this concept to the next level with their farm-to-table dining experiences which include a sit-down with William von Schneidau, owner-operator of BB Ranch Butcher Shop, in the historic Goodwin Library overlooking the be-all-end-all of farmers markets, Pike Place. The private sit-downs are highlighted by a themed five-course menu showcasing the season’s freshest ingredients, sustainable meats and local produce and is paired with three Washington State wines and a whiskey tasting. Hoo-wee!
Each tour is limited to 14 participants and a portion of the proceeds goes to the Pike Place Market Foundation. Experience it for yourself with several dinners scheduled in March.
When: March 15, 16, 30, and 31 at 6:00 p.m.
Where: Meeting place is near 1st Ave. & Pike St.
How Much? $119.99 plus a $0.99 ticketing fee
For more on Farm-to-Table tours from Savor Seattle and to book tickets, visit their website here.