Sunday, October 19, 2014

Giveaway: Seattle Restaurant Week Night Out Package (Tweet to Win)


Now that the bacon got your attention, we would like to announce a special giveaway in collaboration with Seattle Restaurant Week and Flywheel Seattle! Next week is the start of Seattle's favorite dining week with more than 170 local restaurants will serve up three-course dinners for just $30 and many of them will offer two-course lunches for $15. 

The giveaway includes (3 winners): a $100 Gift Certificate + Reservation to either Loulay, Seastar Bellevue, or Volterra, and a round trip Flywheel credit of $25 to one of three restaurants... 

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Seattle's Hottest Halloween Party Masquerade Costume Ball is Back



Seattle's Hottest Halloween Party Masquerade Costume Ball is back at Fremont Studios. That's right! 17 days left until the Classic Masquerade ("black tie + Venetian-style mask") and Delicious Costumes ("think fun, sexy, interesting") fill the room. As you know, where are a handful of amazing Halloween Parties going on, but did you know The Bonza Bash is Seattle’s only Masquerade Costume Ball. 

Get your tickets for $25: here (early bird special).

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Annual Taste of Iceland Festival Returns to Seattle


Returning for a seventh year, Taste of Iceland invites Seattle-area residents to explore Icelandic food, music and culture at events October 9-12

September 9, 2014 —Taste of Iceland, presented by Iceland Naturally, returns to Seattle Thursday, October 9 – Sunday, October 12. The multi-day festival offers Seattleites a chance to discover the wonders of Icelandic culture and lifestyle through a series of events where our two countries and communities complement one another perfectly.

Friday, September 26, 2014

Seahawks Offer 2-Foot-Long "Hawk Dogs" at CenturyLink Field



You won't ever go hungry after eating one of these 24-inch long hot dogs. Last month, the Seattle Seahawks and CenturyLink Field introduced its longest addition to its concession menu called the Colossal Hawk Dog. The monstrous hawk dog is topped with chipotle cheese sauce, pico de gallo, diced red peppers, diced jalapenos, sour cream, and guacamole with blue and green tortilla strips. As you can see, us Seahawks fans like to go all out when it comes to supporting our team.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Update on Canal Market, To Open Mid-November


The build-out of Ericka Burke’s Portage Bay market is coming right along! She’s had a great time picking out design elements and watching as the space begins to come together, and it looks like Canal Market will open mid-November.

At the center of the market will be a large deli island with ready-made salads, cheeses, and charcuterie as well as made-to-order sandwiches and salads. The morning hours will offer a breakfast buffet with toast and house-made toppings, fresh fruit, granola, and more. The juice and espresso bar, serving fresh pressed juices and Slate Coffee, will be open all day.

Hot Cakes to Open Second Location in Capitol Hill in 2015


Autumn Martin, owner and chocolatier of Ballard’s beloved Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery, is thrilled to announce her second location. The new Hot Cakes will be located in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood at 1650 East Olive Way, on the ground level of a new building where the iconic dessert cafe B&O Espresso stood for 36 years. Martin is shooting for an opening in the first quarter of 2015.

Seattle Restaurant Week is Coming in October


Beginning Oct. 19, Seattle area restaurants will come together to present the broadest reaching, largest dining celebration in the area: Seattle Restaurant Week. The 10-day program runs Oct.19-23 and Oct. 26-30 (Sunday-Thursday), offering three-course dinners for $30 and two-course lunches for $15.

Tap House Grill Introduces Brand New Menu


Tap House Grill, with locations in Bellevue and downtown Seattle, has introduced an entirely revamped menu to accompany its extensive beer selection.

“As a restaurant, it is certainly our duty to keep current on the culinary trends; especially those that pair well with the focal point of our restaurants - beer,” said Paul Reder, owner of Tap House Grill. “Many of our dishes had been on the menu since we opened in 2002. While we had some guest favorites, we set a goal to impact every single menu item. Even the rare few that stayed on the menu received a tweak.”