1. Whole Foods
From antibiotic-free free, organic, non-GMO Project verified and GAP-rated turkeys to wine pairings, Whole Foods has the people and recipes to help. You can order full gourmet Thanksgiving dinners from any of the Seattle Whole Foods stores for day-of-pick-up. They also provide vegan, gluten-free and paleo options! This healthy and easy option gives you the opportunity to spend quality time with your family, instead of rushing to the grocery store this weekend, spending days prepping, and getting stuck in the kitchen all of Thursday. Whole Foods uses the freshest and most quality ingredients resulting in a nutritious and delicious dinner.
5th Annual Cider Taste Fundraiser benefiting the 2016 harvest.
City Fruit is hosting their annual Cider Taste Fundraiser on Thursday, November 12th. City Fruit is a Seattle non-profit that promotes the cultivation of urban fruit to nourish people, build community, and protect the climate. Urban fruit trees are all over Seattle, but the fruit often goes unused because people don’t know when to harvest or how to use it. City Fruit is reclaiming the “urban orchard” by showing people how to harvest what they need and to share the rest with others.
South Lake Union’s Whole Foods’ Spike + Steam, a beer, wine, and cider bar, is home to “Randal, the Enamel Animal”, a counter top infuser providing customized flavors to any beverage, including growler refills ($14.99-$20), at no additional charge.
If Thanksgiving is meant for quality time with the family, quit adding stress to the holiday with the who’s-gonna-bring-what, why-is-the-turkey-not-done-yet drama. Let these Puget Sound eateries take care of the prepping and cooking so you can have more minutes to spend being thankful.
Click your way to an easy and delicious Thanksgiving dinner.
Let Whole Foods Market help you enjoy more time with loved ones, with less time in the kitchen. Order online
This local brewski company keeps the hops drinking experience fresh with old tradition.
Many Seattleites can admit to having argued with friends/local patrons/now arch nemeses at least once about their dive bar beer preferences. The huffy “I’m from the East Coast, so I’m a PBR drinker” logic is pitted against the indignant “Gotta go with Vitamin R, man, it’s local!” rationale. Alas, the dispute remains objectively unresolved.
Start the festive season at Whole Foods with this health-conscious tasting event.
On Thursday, Nov. 10, Whole Foods would like to give thanks to the sense of taste. From 5 to 8 p.m., all five Whole Foods locations in the Seattle area will host a public tasting event to showcase many, many reasons to be gracious this holiday season.