Chef Maria Hines presents her five-course version of the Passover Seder from the Golden Beetle kitchen (which isn’t kosher, but is certified organic). $50.
It's a two-week "week" that comes twice a year: Sunday through Thursday, 150-plus restaurants offer set-menu, three-course dinners for $28 (and some $15 lunches). How much do you save? Depends, but generally, it's like getting dessert free (and not getting to choose from the whole menu). If you go, tip well—these things are hell for servers.
A trip to the top of the Space Needle usually costs $18, but from 2:30 to 6 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays until May 22, you can take the golden elevator into the sky kinda-sorta for free—by spending $25 per person in the restaurant, preferably on drinks, while rotating slowly and taking in the truly incredible view. (Then you can tipsily visit the observation deck, too.) While the sun actually sets after "Sunset at the Space Needle" is over, the Sunset menu has $5 beer, $6 wine, $8 cocktails,... more »
Every Tuesday at the BottleNeck Lounge, a bottle of a featured red or white wine costs only $10.
A weekly evening of liberals, drinking, almost always including the great Goldy of horsesass.org, at the great Roanoke Tavern. Free.
Geeks Who Drink is a company that hosts trivia quizzes at different bars every damn day of the week, here in Seattle and all over creation, usually free (except for bar owners, who pay a "reasonable" rate).