Whether you’re looking to indulge in all things lobster in Ballard, go caviar crazy in Madrona or share pasta in Tangletown Ethan Stowell Restaurants has you covered on Thursday, February 14. Here’s a taste of what all the restaurants have planned...
Join the How to Cook a Wolf crew for a special evening with one of their favorite producers, Scarpetta. Chef Lachlan Mackinnon- Patterson of Scarpetta will be in attendance--not to cook for us this time, but to delight us with details about his wine project co-founded with Master Somm, Bobby Stuckey, in 2007. Chef Nicole Matson has tasted through the wines and paired her menu to four northern Italian wines from the Fruili and Piedmont regions, with a dessert paired to their Frico Lambrusco. Scarpetta’s motto is “special wines, everyday” and we agree. The wines are fresh, focused, thoughtful and ready for food. Ticket price is $95, plus tax and gratuity. Here is the menu!
Ring in 2019 with a delicious NYE feast at your favorite of the Ethan Stowell Restaurants – or try a new one! Ten of the restaurants are offering multi-course tasting menus for $85/person. And Goldfinch Tavern at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle will be ringing in the New Year with a Champagne feast and DJ!
Ethan Stowell Restaurants is lighting up the holiday season with Woodland Park Zoo in support of their annual WildLights experience now through January 5, 2019. A selection of restaurants have their very own Woodland Park Zoo penguin light installation on display. Spot one during your next dinner reservation and snap a festive photo! Here's how to win tickets...
Cortina, located downtown in the hub of Seattle’s theatre district, introduces a special pre-theatre menu through the holiday season. The menu will run from Friday, November 23 through Sunday, January 6. Cost is $50/person and a kid’s menu is available for $30/person.
The team at Cortina is excited to announce their first wine dinner featuring the stunning wines of the historic Alto Adige winery Abbazia di Novacella. Chef Scott Siff will prepare a shared four course feast paired to five wines and the rare Moscato Rossa for dessert. Marco Scartezzini from the winery will be at the dinner to talk about the wines and the historic abbey which is home to the winery.
Join the How to Cook a Wolf crew for a special evening with one of their favorite producers, G.D. Vajra. Chef Nicole Matson will prepare a late summer feast paired to six expressions of Nebbiolo, with two stunning Barolos side-by-side for the main event, and a Barolo Chinato for dessert.