Why cook the day before Thanksgiving when chef Alvin already has it covered? Let Mkt. treat you and the family to all the seasonal fixings during his Foraged & Wild coursed dinner on Wednesday, November 22 in Tangletown.
Wow, ten years! Ten years of rigatoni, good friends, and good times. Angela and Ethan opened both Tavolàta Belltown and How to Cook a Wolf back in 2007, laying the foundation for the restaurant group. Now we’re at sixteen restaurants and counting, and we couldn’t be happier.
Chef Nicole Matson and the crew at How to Cook a Wolf are looking forward to hosting a harvest dinner paired with wines from Crowley Wines on Wednesday, November 8. Winemaker Tyson Crowley will be in attendance to talk about his wonderful Oregon wines and there are just 24 spots per seating, so snag one soon!
Ethan and the Marine Hardware gang are bringing back everyone’s favorite event: Lobster Hip Hop Night. Has there ever been a more natural pairing than lobster and hip hop? We think not. So: Sunday, October 29, head to Ballard for a family-style, crustacean-centric feast—cost is $55 and reservations are available at 5:30pm and 8pm. Reservations can be made online or by calling the restaurant at 206-257-4390.
The next Sunday Feast is just around the corner on October 8, and the new chef at Tavolàta, Joel DeBilzan, has a hearty fall feast planned.
Red Cow is hosting a special wine dinner with Nina Buty of Buty Winery from Walla Walla on Wednesday, September 27. The dinner is $120 per person plus tax and tip—call the restaurant at 206.454.7932 to save your spot (credit card required for reservations.)
Chef Addam is bringing Sunday Feasts back with a bang after the summer hiatus: Seven Wagyu Beef Dishes! (plus a banana split!) are on the docket for the dinner on September 10.
The dinner begins at 6pm and is $75/person—reservations are required, call Tavolàta Belltown at 206.838.8008 to reserve your spot.