Bring your lunch to Capitol Hill’s Cal Anderson Park on May 30th to hang out with Seattle’s cutest, furriest residents at Pets in the Park.
If there’s one thing I love more than the seemingly endless options of locally crafted beer in the PNW, it’s the access I have to brunch food that gives me reason to get up on the weekend. When I heard that Head Brewer Adam Frantz worked with the Belltown Brewing kitchen team to sneak beer into every item on their weekend brunch menu, I knew I had check it out for myself.
Hear ye, hear ye! Schwartz—the third of five beers in Elysian’s 2018 Capitol Hill Series—is here. Beer lovers will gather at Elysian’s Capitol Hill location for the ceremonial tapping of this special brew, followed by a toast from Capitol Hill Lead Brewer, Hiawatha Rhyans on Friday, May 18th.
WaMu Theater will be transformed for a night of sushi and wrestling on April 28th as three champion sumo wrestlers come to town. An event unlike any other in Seattle, locals will revel in this 1500-year-old Japanese sport as they enjoy sushi and Japanese beverages.
Ballard beer lovers (and those soon-to-be), this one’s for you! The third annual Ballard Beer Awards returned to Ray’s Café on Monday, April 16th. This friendly neighborhood competition runs until Friday, May 11th, and will feature beer from Stoup Brewing, Reuben’s Brews, Lucky Envelope Brewing, and Maritime Pacific Brewing.
Slow Down in SLO CAL.
San Luis Obispo County, California (SLO CAL) is quietly making itself a vacation destination. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures, a booming spirits scene, or a quiet day at the spa, SLO CAL has something for the whole family.
Chef-Owner Rob Sevcik has a longstanding love affair of cooking for the Madison Valley neighborhood, and this time he’s returned with his own elegant brasserie serving lunch and dinner.