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Capitol Hill Trivia Crawl

Wed, 5:30–9 pm, Sun, 4:30–8 pm.

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Brought to you by the people behind the World's Greatest Seattle Walking Tours, this is not only the world's greatest, but also the world's only, trivia crawl—so you are forgiven for not knowing what a trivia crawl is. It is: walking to three Capitol Hill bars, quaffing beers, and playing pub quiz night-style trivia at each stop. Also: prizes! $20, excluding drinks.

All Pilgrims Church
500 Broadway E

2014 Harvest Grapes to Glass Tasting & Tour

Fri and Tues at 5 and 6 pm. Oct 3 through 28.

2014 Harvest Grapes to Glass Tasting & Tour Almquist Family Vintners is the border-of-Fremont-and-north-Queen-Anne urban winery right next door to brand-new Hommage (formerly the Book Bindery, and probably going to be excellent). Hopefully vintner Mike Almquist will lead these tours/tastings—it’s great to hear him talk about how the grapes tell him what to do. It’s also the time of the crush, meaning rows and rows of vats of grapes waiting for their turn on the bottling line, which is a shiny, improbable-looking Rube Goldberg masterpiece... more » $15.

Almquist Family Vintners
198 Nickerson Street

Twin Peaks Chess Night

Last Fri, 7–11 pm.

Twin Peaks Chess Night On the last Friday night of every month, Arabica Lounge hosts "an evening of backwards talking, damn fine drinks, and friendly chess," with Twin Peaks playing on the television, cocktails like the Laura Palmer (espresso, Cardamaro, porter beer, lemon oil), and cherry pie, too.

Arabica Lounge
1550 E Olive Way

Food Photography Workshop Benefit

Sat Oct 25 at 1 pm.

Food Photography Workshop Benefit Support Youth in Focus—using photography to empower urban youth to experience their world in new ways and make positive choices—by taking this three-hour workshop with professional food photographer Scott Pitts and stylist/chef Jean Galton (and wine and cheese, too). $150.

Armstrong Pits Studio
4201 22nd Ave W

Half-Price Wine

Sun.

Combat your dread of Monday morning at Artusi, where on Sunday nights any bottle of wine priced under $80 is half off.

Artusi
1535 14th Ave

Cognac & Armagnac Tasting

Wed Oct 29 at 7 pm.

Enter the Barrel Thief’s Velvet Room for an educational cognac and armagnac tasting, including small producers such as A.E. Dor, Paul Beau, Dudognon, Château Fontpinot, and more, with VS, VSOP, and XO grades, as well as Hors d’Age—cognac "beyond age” (that’s over 30 in English). $30.

The Barrel Thief
3417 Evanston Ave N #102

Thursday Is the New Friday Wine Tasting

Thurs, 5–8 pm.

Thursday Is the New Friday Wine Tasting Try half-a-dozen wines every Thursday for no money at the Barrel Thief in Fremont, conveniently right at happy-hour time. FREE.

The Barrel Thief
3417 Evanston Ave N #102

Elliott's Oyster New Year Bash

Sat Nov 1, 4–9 pm.

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Elliott's Oyster New Year Bash 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.

The Second Annual Teeny Tiny Pumpkin Brew Fest

Sat Oct 25 at 4 pm.

The Second Annual Teeny Tiny Pumpkin Brew Fest The BottleNeck dedicates all of its taps to pumpkin beers and ales and even includes a special pumpkin cider. And pumpkin cocktails for you fancy types.

BottleNeck Lounge
2328 E Madison 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-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

Game Night at BottleNeck

Sun at 4 pm–2 am.

Sundays are game night at BottleNeck Lounge: They supply Apples to Apples, Scrabble, Cards Against Humanity, and Uno, plus a NES hooked up to the TV. If none of those appeal, feel free to bring your own.

BottleNeck Lounge
2328 E Madison St

Sunday Fried Chicken Dinner

Sun.

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BOCK BOCK! Starting at 4:30 p.m. every Sunday, it's fried chicken time at Brave Horse Tavern—three pieces of pickle-brined fried bird with several sides (which change monthly, along with the price).

Brave Horse Tavern
310 Terry 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

CoffeeWaffleShop

First Sat at 8 am–1 pm.

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Every first Saturday of the month, it’s waffles (sweet and savory, and they all look great) paired with small batch, single origin coffee from roasting company Mae James in South Park.

Burdick Brewery
8103 8th Ave S

$10 Pizza Mondays

Mon at 5 pm.

$10 Pizza Mondays 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

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

French Conversation Table

Every other Wednesday, 4–6 pm.

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Zut alors! Café Presse vous invitons à parler la meilleure langue du monde tous les deux mercredis à Café Presse à la Table Française. Seattle Language Academy vous donnera un formateur pour chaque cours, et les étudiants de français de tous les niveaux sont invités à nous joindre. Songez à tous les beaux gens que vous y rencontrerez! Chouette! Et: C'est gratuit. Free.

Cafe Presse
1117 12th Ave

Biscuit Bitch Late-Night Breakfast

Fri, Sat at 10 pm–3:30 am.

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Biscuit Bitch Late-Night Breakfast The goal of Biscuit Bitch is "to bring fresh, homemade food with attitude to the partying masses of Downtown Seattle" on Friday and Saturday nights. They do this with biscuits and gravy/jam/etc. served in various bitchy incarnations for prices ranging between $5 and $13.

Caffe Lieto
1909 First Ave

Free Wine Tasting at Champion Wine Cellars

Sat, 12–5 pm.

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Champion owner Emile Ninaud possesses Seattle's very first wine license: He opened in 1969 and works there to this day. Though he's French by birth, he's made Champion a snobbery-free zone, with wine novices welcome and an emphasis on good value for whatever your budget may be. His Saturday drop-in wine tastings—from the more than 1,500 bottles in stock, with tons from France—are all about "obscure wines from obscure regions," he says. FREE.

Champion Wine Cellars
108 Denny Way

Chocolate Happy Hour

Thurs, 5–9 pm.

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Chocolate Happy Hour Every Thursday, Chocolopolis hosts a chocolate happy hour with free samples from artisan bean-to-bar chocolatiers. ACK!!! CHOCOLATE!!! Free.

Chocolopolis
1527 Queen Anne Ave N

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, Indigenous Peoples Day, and Veterans Day.

Cicchetti
121 E Boston St

Friday Beer-Tasting

Fri, 5–8 pm.

Every Friday from 5 to 8 p.m., fancy grocery Cone & Steiner pours free samples of a beer or two that you may enjoy whilst perusing their fine goods. FREE.

Cone & Steiner
526 19th Ave E

Wine Tasting at Cone & Steiner

Sat, 1–5 pm.

Every Saturday from noon to 5 p.m., fancy grocery Cone & Steiner pours free samples of four wines that you may enjoy whilst perusing their fine goods. Free.

Cone & Steiner
526 19th Ave E

FOOD at Cortona

Fri at 6 pm–midnight, Sat at 6 pm–midnight.

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This every-Friday-and-Saturday-night pop-up features a seasonal Eastern European and pan-Asian menu from chef Zac Reynolds (who trained at NoMI at the Hyatt in Chicago "but has mostly come about his culinary style from working in private settings and interning on farms here in the Pacific Northwest"), with drinks like sherry punches, Japanese beers, and house horchata and oranciatta from Leon Baham (Tavern Law, Rob Roy). "We just want to make delicious food that will make you all very happy," th... more »

Cortona Cafe
2425 E Union St

 

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