The December Feast at Tavolàta is all about everyone’s favorite crustacean: Lobster! Chef Addam Buzzalini has put together an incredible array of dishes that showcase lobster for the December 7 meal. The decadent dinner runs through seven takes on lobster—from ravioli to bisque—and ends with a huckleberry dessert.
Anchovies & Olives is celebrating oyster season with seven Sundays of briny delights. From November through May, the last Sunday of every month holds Pacific Northwest oysters paired with wines of from a different region of Italy.
New Three-Course Menus Featuring Favorite Italian-American Dishes. Bar Cotto is excited to launch a new three-course prix fixe program of weekly menus featuring everyone’s favorite classic Italian-American dishes. Called ‘Classics at Cotto,’ the menus will include antipasti, salumi and torta fritta, an old-school entrée, and a killer dessert. The $30 menu will change every week, and the Classics program kicks off on Sunday, November 16.
On Sunday, November 9, ESR pastry chef Dionne Himmelfarb is putting on the ultimate chocolate cook-off at Tavolàta! Twelve pastry chefs will create a chocolate dessert—then the crowd and three guest judges will decide the winners. The cook-off starts at 6pm.
The November Feast at Tavolàta is full of hearty dishes that warm and comfort. The perfect way to welcome in the winter months. Chef Addam Buzzalini will serve a smattering of delicious plates that showcase braised meats, from rabbit ravioli to veal osso buco. Dinner will be served family style at the communal table and seating is limited to 26 guests.
Chef Addam Buzzalini has a great menu full of unique, savory dishes planned for the October feast. The October 12 dinner will begin at 6pm, and the menu includes duck pancetta, pheasant ravioli, and roasted squab, with a black currant dessert to finish. Join chef Buzzalini and the Tavolàta crew as they toast to fall with this hearty feast!
Join us for Seattle Restaurant Week this fall at five ESR locations beginning October 19th - 23rd and again October 26th - 30th. If you want to try something slightly different, check out How To Cook a Wolf for a special three-course Sicilian menu with optional wine pairings throughout the event.
All Seattle Restaurant Menus are three courses for $30. Wine pairing will be offered on request for an additional charge.
In its first year of offering a grant to continue research on fetal syndromes, the Fetal Health Foundation communicated with nearly 20 specialized fetal centers around the country.
After much consideration, the Grant Advisory Board for the Foundation will award $25,000 to the research team led by Vidya Rajagopalan, PhD. at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles to further study the impact of Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS) on fetal brain development.
Ethan will join Tom Douglas in welcoming Massimo Bottura (Osteria Francescana) to Seattle to celebrate the release of his first major cookbook Never Trust a Skinny Chef. Join us at Cuoco for a book signing and party with food cooked by Ethan and Tom. $150 gets you food, wine, and a signed copy of the book. Visit Book Larder to learn more and make a reservation.
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Chef Thom and the Red Cow gang are excited to announce Burger Week. Five days of special burgers plus a Saturday afternoon burger-centric charity event! The celebration of all things burger begins on Monday, September 22, and runs through Saturday, September 27.