Spirit tasting through the state.
Now in its 6th year, PROOF — The Washington Distillers Festival, will return for a one-of-its-kind tasting event on Saturday, July 7th. The event is happening for the fourth year in Seattle’s Fremont Studios.
While I’ve had plenty of good PNW-inspired fare in Seattle, including top-notch wine offerings, my recent dinner at Agrodolce was really special. From the outstanding entree options to the welcoming and knowledgeable staff and the exquisite wine, Agrodolce stands out.
Pablo y Pablo is a Mexican restaurant located on the bottom floor of the new Tableau HQ building that opened this past summer. It’s located one block north of Gas Works Park on the corner of N. 34th and Woodlawn. The space is bright with patio seating during the warmer months and window-filled offering modern Mexican fare and an extensive selection of tequila & mezcal.
Having lived in the Seattle area my entire life and because eating is one of my favourite hobbies, I have eaten at most of the restaurants around here. I can usually come up with a few recommendations for each cuisine and neighborhood fairly easily—with one exception: seafood.
The American Lamb Jam is an epic tasting event and competition that brings together talented local chefs to compete for your vote and the honor of Best Lamb Dish in Seattle. Joining the chefs will be local breweries, winemakers and other local food artisans serving up tasty treats. Between bites, attendees can watch butcher demos, play in the interactive photo booth, meet local shepherds and
With the success of Bourbon and Bacon fest under their belts, Entercom, the company that brings you Hot 103.7, 99.9 KISW, 100.7 The Wolf, and 107.7 The End, is putting on another shindig, Tequila and Taco Fest, to tickle and caress the olfactories! Southwest flavors will be the theme for the evening and the lineup of folks to
We know that talking about fall events means our glorious Seattle summers are winding down, but unfortunately, denial won’t delay the inevitable. On the flip side, fall brings a number of fun events, like Fremont Oktoberfest, which is less than a month away! With 50 breweries and traditional