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Spinnaker Bay Brewery Night

Thurs Aug 28.

Meet the awesome women of Spinnaker Bay Brewing, with giveaways and assorted fun.

Hopvine Pub
507 15th Ave E

Summer Mezze Dinner

Thurs Aug 28.

The Corson Building is lovely, and this summery dinner will probably be very delicious. $50.

The Corson Building
5609 Corson Ave S

UNCF Walk, Run, Bike, and BBQ Cook-Off

Sat Aug 30 at 7:30 am–3 pm.

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Walk, run, bike, and/or barbecue to raise money for the UNCF, because a mind is a terrible thing to waste.

Pratt Park
1800 S Main St

Ales for ALS Party

Sat Aug 30 at 11 am–3 pm.

Ales for ALS Party Fremont Brewing taps kegs from all participating Ales for ALS breweries in Washington, including (among others) Bale Breaker's Bubba’s Brew, Pike Brewing’s No. 4 Session IPA, and Mt. Tabor’s Little Dutch Boy ISA, with all proceeds donated to the cause.

Fremont Brewing Company
3409 Woodland Park Ave N

Farm to Table Dinner on Blake Island

Sat Aug 30, 6:30–10:30 pm.

Enjoy a Puget Sound cruise and dinner made by James Beard Award-winning chef Christine Keff (formerly of Flying Fish), served in a private garden on Blake Island. Wine pairings included, which makes this a good deal! $99.

Pier 55
1101 Alaskan Way

Salmon-Chanted Evenings

Sun Aug 31, 12–6 pm.

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Tom Douglas (aka T-Doug) does a salmon bake at this benefit for the Seattle Parks Department at Victor Steinbrueck Park (aka the park at the north end of Pike Place Market usually populated by a combo of tourists and homeless). $30.

Victor Steinbrueck Park
2001 Western Ave

$3 Martinis at Vito's

Through Aug 31.

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The great Vito's on First Hill celebrates its birthday by giving you $3 martinis—Gordon’s gin and Sun Liquor's vodka—all through this fine month of August. $3.

Cooking Class with Bruce Naftaly

Fri Aug 29, 6:30–9:30 pm, Sat Aug 30, 6:30–9:30 pm, Sun Aug 31, 6:30–9:30 pm.

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Learn how to make great foods with all-time-great chef Bruce Naftaly (of the late, great Le Gourmand, who is also really nice), with eating and drinking included. Chef shouts, via e-mail: "FIVE COURSES! HOW TO DO IT! AND WINE WINE WINE!" Special vegetarian class on Sat Aug 16. $75.

Pacific Crest School
620 NW Bright St

Tilth Anniversary BBQ

Mon Sept 1 at 11 am–10 pm.

To celebrate its eighth birthday, Maria Hines's excellent Tilth throws a four-course, fancied-up, all-day barbecue pop-up. Make your reservations early, 'cause this is bound to sell out. $50, drink pairing $25.

Tilth
1411 N 45th St

Heirloom Tomato Festival

Sat Sept 6, 1–4 pm.

Eat a ton of our region's incredible heirloom tomatoes at their seasonal best in the lush restored wetlands setting of Cedarbrook Lodge, with tomato-based dishes prepared by great local chefs—check the website for the lineup—as well as local wine and beer. Also: live music. $20/$25 DOS.

Cedarbrook Lodge
18525 36th Ave S

Cider Summit Seattle

Sept 5–6.

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It's the kick-off for Northwest Cider Week, with local and international hard ciders, food (from Whole Foods and Capitol Cider), chocolate (from Smitten Truffles), cider-makers, and live music, benefiting the Northwest Cider Association and the Institute for Myeloma & Bone Cancer Research. Bonus: You can bring your dog. $25 adv, $30 (cash only) DOS.

Hawaiian Week

Sept 2–6.

Miyabi 45th—chef Mutsuko Soma's "Japanese gastropub," which makes very good stuff, including house-made soba—features Hawaiian-inspired specials and tropical cocktails all week long, with a whole pig on Friday for a kalua pork special, plus live ukulele by Hiroshi Okada on Thursday and Saturday.

Miyabi 45th
2208 N 45th St

San Gennaro Festival of Seattle

Starts Sept. 5. Fri–Sun. Through Sept 7.

San Gennaro Festival of Seattle It's three days of Italian food, entertainment, and more in Georgetown to celebrate the Blood Miracle of Saint Gennaro, the patron saint of Naples. Fittingly, there’s also a blood drive, and all proceeds go to Camp Goodtimes.

Georgetown
Ellis Ave S and S Angelo Street

Organic Beer, Cider & Chocolate Tasting

Wed Sept 10, 6:30–10:30 pm.

Washington Organic Week—WOW!—is September 7 through 13. Celebrate with pairings of organic beer and cider with organic Theo chocolate, all benefiting Tilth Producers. $20 adv/$25 at the door/$50 "Big Daddy Ticket".

Theo Chocolate
3400 Phinney Ave N

WALDEN

Fri 8 pm-midnight, Sat 7 pm-midnight. Through Sept 13.

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Sommelier Luke Wohlers, formerly of RN74, makes the 12-seat bar at Little Uncle into a great-sounding, reasonably priced wine bar on Friday and Saturday evenings through September 13.

Little Uncle
88 Yesler Way

Washington Cider Week

Sept 4–14.

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Freak out about cider at approximately a billion tastings, parties, etc. during a week so special, it lasts 10 days! See the Northwest Cider Association website for your many, many cider freakout options.

Various locations
across Seattle

Omnivorous

Thurs Sept 18 at 5:30 pm.

A benefit for the great Capitol Hill Housing, Omnivorous is full of food and drink from lots of Capitol Hill places that are also great—restaurants representing include Poppy, Cafe Presse, Skillet, Terra Plata, and more. Proceeds go to help CHH provide safe, affordable housing for people of limited means. $85.

The Summit
420 E Pike St

Pellegrini Awards Dinner

Fri Sept 19 at 7 pm.

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Celebrate the good life in the spirit of the late Pacific Northwest food great Angelo M. Pellegrini at this annual dinner, prepared this year by local food heroes Armandino Batali of Salumi, Holly Smith of Cafe Juanita, and Roy Breiman of Copperleaf Restaurant. $150.

Shilshole Bay Beach Club
6413 Seaview Ave NW

Fremont Oktoberfest

Sept 19–21.

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Head to the center of the universe (as proclaimed by Fremont) for "the number one Oktoberfest in the universe" (as proclaimed by Fremont Oktoberfest). If you like beer plus tons of people partying in the streets, well, then, prost! $20-$40.

Fremont
Various locations

Mockingbird Society Luncheon

Tues Sept 23, 12–1:15 pm.

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Help the Mockingbird Society improve the foster care system and end youth homelessness at this annual benefit. Free, donations encouraged.

The Westin Seattle
1900 Fifth Ave

Craft Beer + Food

Wed Sept 24.

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This SOLD OUT—but check Twitter for updates—benefit for Washington Wild, which "protects and restores wild lands and waters in Washington State through advocacy, education, and civic engagement," is all about "delicious dishes from some of the area’s best restaurants paired with beers from some of the area’s best breweries," and it's brought to you by the Washington Beer Blog. $40.

Palace Ballroom
2100 Fifth Ave

Eat Out for Country Doctor

Thurs Sept 25.

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Country Doctor Community Health Centers have been treating the uninsured and underinsured of Seattle since 1971—they are great people doing great work. Today, eat (or drink!) out at any of the participating restaurants (which includes pretty much every place on Capitol Hill), and a portion of your bill will go toward keeping the downtrodden unsick. (Or, hey, just make a donation.)

Various locations
across Seattle

Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival

Sat Sept 27, 1–5 pm.

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Learn firsthand from dozens of Washington cheesemakers about their craft while sampling the fruit (dairy?) of their labors. Admission includes infinity cheese samples plus three beer/wine/hard cider tastes, as well as bites of locally made bread, crackers, honey, and jam. It all benefits the Cascade Harvest Coalition. CHEESE. $35 advance tickets, $40 at the door, 21+.

Seattle Design Center
5701 Sixth Ave S

Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival

Sat Sept 27, 1–5 pm.

Website

Learn firsthand from dozens of Washington cheesemakers about their craft while sampling the fruit (dairy?) of their labors. Admission includes infinity cheese samples plus three beer/wine/hard cider tastes, as well as bites of locally made bread, crackers, honey, and jam. It all benefits the Cascade Harvest Coalition. CHEESE. $35 advance tickets, $40 at the door, 21+.

Seattle Design Center
5701 Sixth Ave S

El Centro de la Raza's Building the Beloved Community Gala

Sat Sept 27, 5–9 pm.

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Beacon Hill's beloved community center, Latino advocacy group, and all-around awesome activity space El Centro de la Raza has been kicking ass on behalf of the disenfranchised in Seattle for decades. Tonight, support them at their annual gala, which includes a three-course dinner, live and silent auctions, and the presentation of various awards and scholarships. $100.

Washington State Convention & Trade Center
800 Convention Pl, Second Floor

 

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