This festival of rosé (yay!) takes place at Ray’s Boathouse, with a sparkling Puget Sound sunset view that’ll knock your socks off (though hopefully you’ll be wearing sandals). It’s the ideal setting for drinking delicious pink wine (and salmon-colored, too; they’re the best) from more than 30 Washington wineries, with summery white wines and snacks, too. If the weather’s crummy, keep drinking and take solace in the knowledge that it’s a fundraiser for Save Our Wild Salmon. $35.
Are you a grad? Could you rustle up your cap and gown and pretend to be a grad? (Are you that desperate?) Take your liberated behind down to any Dick's Burgers to cash in on a free cheeseburger. FREE!.
The Stranger’s reviews of Cafe Nordo’s experimental dinner-theater-that-isn't-dinner-theater have been mixed. Thadius Van Landingham III thought the dishes uneven and the ambitions unmet in the company’s first show; Bethany Jean Clement found one of last year’s shows long but fairly rewarding, while Paul Constant delighted in the full-body pleasure of another. This spring, a modern spaghetti western. Will it be good, bad, and/or ugly—who can say? $130-$160 for season's membership, $600 for Chef's Table.
Head over to Seattle's very own Chia pet, the ivy-covered Roanoke Tavern (serving Seattleites since 1935!), for $1 tacos on Wednesday nights. We heart the Roanoke. $1 x the number of tacos you eat.