Savor Seattle Launches ‘Seattle Dinner Soiree’ with Four Top Restaurants

‘Seattle Dinner Soiree’ to feature collaborative seafood menu from celebrated chefs at Loulay, The Market Hall, Blueacre Seafood and Tanaka San

Savor Seattle, an award-winning food tour company, announced today it has teamed up with four notable Seattle chefs to launch a progressive dining experience called the Seattle Dinner Soiree.  Beginning on Saturday, July 2, “Chef in the Hat” Thierry Rautureau of Loulay, Chef Jimi Treen of The Market Hall, Chef Kevin Davis of Blueacre Seafood and Chef Melissa Martz of Tanaka San will open their doors to Savor Seattle’s new, 12-person roving dinner party.  Working as a team from separate locations, the chefs will create a seafood-centric menu and overall dining experience that can only be found in Seattle.

The Seattle Dinner Soiree truly is a first for the Emerald City – a roving group dining experience like this has never been done here in Seattle – and it’s also the only one of its kind in the United States,” said Angela Shen, founder, Savor Seattle. “It’s a wonderful way to explore some of our most famous, chef-driven restaurants and enjoy incredible seafood and custom libations.”

Each restaurant will contribute one dish to the experience – two appetizers, an entrée and a dessert, along with a drink pairing.  During the first stop at Loulay, guests will enjoy Chef Thierry’s Dungeness Crab Salad with tarragon crème fraiche, pickled beets, carrots, grapefruit, and mizuna greens, paired with French Rose by Les Dauphins.  The next appetizer at The Market Hall will be Chef Treen’s Garam Masala Coconut Mussels, featuring Taylor Shellfish Farm mussels, and paired with Sauvignon Blanc by Kim Crawford Wines in Marlborough, New Zealand.

As the entrée, Chef Kevin Davis prepares a Grilled Wild Alaskan Salmon with port-soaked cherries, smoked almonds, rosemary, and brown butter served over roasted potato medallions and paired with Pinot Noir from Foris Vineyards in Rogue Valley, Oregon. To top off the evening’s meal, Chef Melissa Martz at Tanaka San (owned by Tom Douglas and Eric Tanaka) offers a Chocolate Almond Cake served with a smoky tea fudge sauce, vanilla bean cream, kumquat syrup, kumquat slices, and delicious almond praline. Each location will also feature a drink special for guests that is exclusive to Savor’s Soiree for those who would like additional “adult hydration.”

“For the price of dining out at one restaurant, guests can try four of the best restaurants in town,” said Shen. “This will be a great offering for locals – especially urban couples who enjoy discovering new restaurants and meeting like-minded people with whom to bond over food.”

Savor Seattle’s Seattle Dinner Soiree will run Thursday through Sunday from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. beginning on Saturday, July 2 and is priced starting at $95.99 per person. Vegetarian and non-alcoholic substitutions are available.  Guests may book this new experience by visiting It is also available to book for private events.  As interest for this culinary offering increases, Savor Seattle expects to add more dates and timeslots.  


About Savor Seattle:

Savor Seattle offers original, guided culinary tasting tours and dining events around Seattle that focus on tasting fresh, local, organic, sustainable and seasonal foods and beverages. Founded by Angela Shen in 2007, Savor Seattle offers:  Tours of Pike Place Market, Gourmet Seattle Tours, Chocolate Indulgence Tours, Hip on the Hill Tours (Capitol Hill), and Booze ‘n Bites Tours. Each walking food tour offers multiple tastings at several specialty food shops, artisans, and neighborhood restaurants. Each offering highlights the vibrant stories of the people and places that make Seattle one of the most distinctive culinary and cultural centers of the world.  In June 2011, Savor Seattle launched its first adventure outside the Seattle metropolitan area: the Gourmet Kayaking Expedition in the San Juan Islands.  In 2016, Savor Seattle launched its first international culinary getaway: the 9-day Heart of Italy Food Tour.

Written by Charles Koh

Founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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