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Elliott's Oyster New Year Bash

Sat Nov 1, 4–9 pm.

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Elliott's Oyster New Year is sheer oyster insanity. Held in a giant tent on the pier behind the restaurant, it's got all-you-can-slurp of 30-plus varieties of local oysters, a seafood buffet, live music, and all-you-can-imbibe of 40-plus local wines and beers. Also: shots of vodka via a giant ice luge. Get your tickets early—this always sells out. Proceeds benefit the Puget Sound Restoration Fund. $95, $125 VIP.

Pozole Class

Sat Nov 8 at 10 am.

Learn how to make awesome pozole, with class fees supporting El Centro de la Raza’s Senior Wellness Program. $50.

El Centro de la Raza
2524 16th Ave S

Holiday Brunch

Feb 17, April 20, May 11, May 26, Sept 1, Oct 13, Nov 11, 11 am-3 pm

Holiday Brunch Cicchetti makes a great-looking, under-$10 Mediterranean brunch menu on President’s Day, Easter, Mother's Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, and Veterans Day.

Cicchetti
121 E Boston St

Sunday Supper

Sun Oct 19, Sun Nov 16, Sun Dec 7.

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Chef Ericka Burke makes a multicourse dinner, served family-style, at the pretty (and pretty tasty) Volunteer Park Cafe one Sunday evening every month, with wine and beer available at an additional cost. Note that on September 14, she's teaming up with Max Borthwick of Thaifusions for a probably-extra-great Thai dinner, which will sell out fast! Reservations required. $40.

Volunteer Park Cafe
1501 17th Ave E

BEER Program

First Sun at 7 pm. Through Dec 7.

BEER Program At Fremont Brewing’s Beer Education & Engagement Resource (BEER) series, their brewers explain the process step by step, with a pint or two along the way. September 7 is about Mash, October 5 is Boil, November 2 is Ferment, and December 7 is Drink. Bring your own chair! FREE.

Fremont Brewing Company
3409 Woodland Park Ave N

Bigwood

Dec 4–7.

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It’s a wood-aged beer fest, with almost all of Brouwer’s 64 tap handles devoted to beers that have spent time in a barrel, from stout to sour.

Brouwer's Cafe
400 N 35th St

Tamale-Making Class

Sat Oct 18 at 10 am–12:30 pm, Sat Nov 15 at 10 am–12:30 pm, Sat Dec 13 at 10 am–12:30 pm.

Embrace the pork lard and learn the secrets: You'll take home a dozen tamales of your own making at the end, plus the ability to make tamales for the rest of your natural life. Class fees support El Centro de la Raza’s Senior Wellness Program. $75.

El Centro de la Raza
2524 16th Ave S

Cannabis & Coffee Elevated Coffee Tasting Experience

Sun Oct 12 at 10 am–2 pm, Sun Nov 2 at 10 am–2 pm, Sun Dec 21 at 10 am–2 pm.

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Trichome Seattle hosts a free tasting of "Elevated Coffee”—"an elegant blend of pour-over coffee and [THC-] infused oil." Co-owner John (no last name given) says, “Generationally known as ‘wake and bake,’ the benefits of starting your day with cannabis are now being understood in new ways and experienced with refined methods."

Trichome
618 S Jackson St

Studio Suppers

Thurs Oct 9 at 6 pm, Thurs Oct 23 at 6 pm, Thurs Nov 20 at 6 pm, Thurs Dec 4 at 6 pm, Thurs Jan 29 at 6 pm, Thurs Feb 19 at 6 pm.

Studio Suppers On the Boards has solved the communal dining conundrum by starting with an actual community: the people who go to see the sometimes-difficult-to-categorize dance/theater/etc. that happens there. The Studio Suppers take place downstairs in the Studio Theater on select opening nights, then everyone goes up to see the performance. Awesome chefs and free-flowing wine make this pretty much the best thing ever. This season: Germinal with PK & Wiley Frank (Little Uncle), Sep 25; The Man Who Can Forget... more » $25-$100 sliding scale.

On the Boards
100 W Roy St

Book Exchange

Second Mon.

On the second Monday of the month, bring a book or two that you're done with to the George & Dragon, then swap for some new-to-you reading material, have a drink, and maybe make a literate new friend or two.

George & Dragon Pub
206 N 36th St

Half Off Large-Format Beer Night!

Mon.

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On Monday nights, Quinn’s sells all large-format bottles of beer for half-price. Starred (and very much so) for beer lovers.

Quinn's Pub
1001 E Pike St

Mac & Cheese Monday

Mon.

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Comfort yourself on Monday night with a full-size serving of macaroni and cheese at Tommy Gun for just $3. (Also, drinks.) $3.

Tommy Gun
1703 E Olive Way

Mamnoon Junoon

First Mon.

"Junoon" is Arabic for "a crazy party," and Mamnoon is having one every first Monday of the month, and it'll probably be great. Reservations required. $65.

Mamnoon
1501 Melrose Ave

Meatball Monday

Mon.

Maybe striking back at the Meatless Monday movement, Mondays at Stoneburner mean house-made spaghetti with red sauce and a big ol' meatball for $10. "When one giant meatball just isn’t enough," extras are $2, and sangiovese is $5 a glass or $15 a carafe. $10.

Stoneburner
5214 Ballard Ave NW

Pettirosso Bake Sale

Mon at 8 am–3 pm.

Pettirosso's Monday bake sales include all kinds of sweet and savory goodies from pastry chef Danell George, plus Lighthouse coffee.

Pettirosso
1101 E Pike St

Manhattan Mondays

Mon at 4 pm–2 am.

Every Monday the BottleNeck serves $5 Manhattans made with Evan Williams. Cheers! $5.

BottleNeck Lounge
2328 E Madison St

$10 Pizza Mondays

Mon at 5 pm.

On Monday nights, Cafe Lago serves $10 pizzas, $4 pints of Pike Pale Ale, and $5 glasses of Chianti. We would star this twice if we could.

Cafe Lago
2305 24th Ave E

Paella Night

Mon at 5 pm.

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Every Monday night, the great Tamara Murphy makes probably really great paella for $15 per person at Terra Plata. Also available: a pared-down menu of pinxtos (the Basque, harder-to-say version of tapas), Spanish-inspired cocktails, and Spanish wine. $15.

Terra Plata
1501 Melrose Ave

Meatless Monday Dinner

First Mon, 6–8 pm.

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On the first Monday of every month, the comfortable, friendly Judkins Street Cafe goes all-meat-free with a three-course, prix-fixe dinner featuring the season's best local ingredients—check the website for the full menu and call for reservations. $23.

Judkins Street Cafe
2608 S Judkins St

10-Buck Bottle Night

Tues.

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Every Tuesday at the BottleNeck Lounge, a bottle of a featured red or white wine costs only $10.

BottleNeck Lounge
2328 E Madison St

Lost Lake Cares

Second Tues.

On the second Tuesday of every month, Capitol Hill's 24-hour diner Lost Lake donates 10 percent of profits to one of the neighborhood's nonprofits, like Lifelong AIDS Alliance. Go have a drink or eat a thing on this day!

Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge
1505 10th Ave

The Corner Table

Last Tues at 6:30 pm.

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Come to Cafe Presse for a delicious monthly family-style French supper paired (optionally, but vive a little!) with wine. Price TBA, depending on the menu.

Cafe Presse
1117 12th Ave

Drinking Liberally

Tues at 8 pm.

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A weekly evening of liberals drinking, almost always including the great Goldy of horsesass.org, at the great Roanoke Tavern. Free.

Roanoke Park Place Tavern
2409 10th Ave E

Bingo Night at Poquitos

Second Tues at 9:30 pm.

Bingo is way more fun than you remember—where else will you hear an entire roomful of people shout "OH, SIXTY-NINE!"? Prizes include gift cards from neighborhood places like High 5 Pie and Caffe Vita. Bingo cards $.50/each.

Poquitos
1000 E Pike St

Onibaba Ramen at Miyabi 45th

Wed at 11:30 am–2 pm.

Miyabi 45th—Wallingford's "Japanese gastropub," where chef Mutsuko Soma makes very good stuff, including her own soba—serves house-made ramen at lunchtime every Wednesday. About the name: "The term Onibaba refers to a mythical Japanese demon that bears the appearance of a maniacal old woman and feasts on humans. The name is inspired by the idea of chef Mutsuko Soma straying from her usual soba-making and dabbling in the dark side, serving ramen."

Miyabi 45th
2208 N 45th St

 

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