Love is all around for us at Seattleite and this Valentine’s Day, Tulalip Resort Casino is offering a night of fun-loving Rock and Roll music and perfectly matched plates. The Resort’s centerpiece events are the annual Rock Ballad Ball, which features music from two tribute bands and a jamming buffet dinner, or a choice from their seven award-winning restaurants that spotlight amorous inspired dishes and drinks.
Located 40 minutes north of Seattle is the stunning AAA Four Diamond Tulalip Resort Casino where you’ll find a multitude of offerings, including luxurious accommodations, a rejuvenating spa, first-class entertainment, fine-dining restaurants, and impeccable service. This weekend getaway is right next to discounted designer shopping at the Seattle Premium Outlets. Seattleite was fortunate to stay and enjoy all that the Tulalip Resort Casino had to offer and we want to share it with you!
A wine and food party like no other — overflowing with Italian hospitality and history.
Looking for an excuse to beat the heat and Seafair crowds in Seattle this weekend? Cast your gaze no further than our friends to the North, Tulalip Casino. This Saturday night, Tulalip plays host to one of California’s greatest wine legends, Marc Mondavi
Sparkman Cellars wine and sunshine at the soiree of the summer.
Looking for some hot fun in the summer time? I’ve got the party for you. Slide your hide into the leather seats of your convertible (or minivan, or jalopy, just get yourself there, kids) and head on up to Tulalip Casino on July 7th for a night on the patio spent tasting some of the biggest red wines Washington has to offer alongside award-winning cuisine.
Bright wines, big city – August hosts a plethora of events across the emerald region.
Harvest for the grapegrowers is coming soon — so it’s time to party. This month, a number of wine happenings will take place everywhere from downtown Seattle to OIympia and Bremerton. The only tough part is choosing which one to attend!
Head north for south-of-the-border cuisine, paired with award-winning Mi Sueño wines.
Is there any way to find fault with an event that features a handsome Latino winemaker, a casino, Mexican food cooked over fire on an outdoor patio and the almost-certain promise of early-August sunshine?