Seattle Weekly Presents the 8th Annual Voracious Tasting & Food Awards October 6

A new season and a new venue for the 8th annual Voracious.

Thursday, October 6th will be a night of celebrating the amazing culinary talent in Seattle. Voracious Tasting & Food Awards will be full of delicious bites, craft beer, craft spirit cocktail tastings along with wine samples that help define our region. They’ve invited some of the hottest restaurants, food trucks and cocktail masters for a night like no other. There will also be an open bar featuring Washington wine & beer. Get ready, get hungry and get your tickets. 

Miller’s Guild spicing up a drink. Photo courtesy of Seattle Weekly.

After hosting the event for the past seven years in the spring at Paramount Theatre, Voracious decided to shake things up and move the event to the fall and to Fisher Pavilion. The Paramount is beautiful, but with two floors and having the food trucks street-side, it was more fragmented. The new location will be a more centralized experience as the participants will all be on one level with the food trucks circled just outside the open patio area.


  • When: Thursday, October 6 // 7:00 – 10:00 pm (VIP admission is at 5:30 pm)
  • Where: Fisher Pavilion // 305 Harrison Street
  • Tickets: General Admission $75 // VIP $150

VIP tickets include Early Exclusive Entry (90 minutes early!) and a Swag Bag provided by PCC Natural Markets containing some tasty surprises.

Get your tickets here:

Some of those who will be providing incredible tastes for your enjoyment:

Bar Naka, Barrio Mexican Kitchen & Bar, Bluebird Ice Cream, Café Campagne, Caffe Umbria, Capitol Cider, Casco Antiguo, Chambers Bay Distillery, Ciudad, Collections Café, Diamond Knot Brewing, Dot’s Butcher & Deli, Eat Seattle, Heritage Distilling, International Truffle Expo, Mac & Jack’s Brewing, My Sweet Li’l Cakes, Naka, Nirmal’s, Paseo, PCC Natural Markets, Pintxo, Poquitos, Rhein Haus, RN74, Rusty’s Famous Cheesecake, SkyCity at the Needle, Snouts & Co., The Carlile Room, The Helm, The Nest, and Washington State Beef Commission.

Collections Cafe's Almond Joy Panna Cotta. Photo by Seattle Weekly.
Collections Cafe’s Almond Joy Panna Cotta. Photo courtesy of Seattle Weekly.

This event is 21+ and ID will be checked at the door. Parking will be available in the neighborhood and at Seattle Center parking garages.


Enter for a chance to win two tickets to Voracious in our #SWbestbeefbite contest by sharing a photo of your favorite best beef bite now here.


Established in 1982, The Pike Place Market Foundation is a non-profit organization which supports housing and services for low-income neighbors by fundraising, advocacy and community building. Over the past 30 years, The Market Foundation has contributed to a neighborhood model that allows a diverse community to live and thrive at Pike Place Market.

Fisher Pavilion.
This year’s Voracious Tasting & Food Awards will be held here: Fisher Pavilion.

Voracious Tasting & Food Awards      |       Fisher Pavilion, Seattle        |       October 6, 2016