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  • Celebrate Bastille Day at RN74! 07.06.18

     

    Celebrate Bastille Day with RN74 at their South of France Monte Carlo Casino Night on Saturday, July 14 12-5pm! This sleek and sophisticated restaurant, designed to look and feel like a bustling urban train station, will put you in a European frame of mind. Sip Ciroc cocktails and French wine all the while trying your luck at craps tables, blackjack and roulette.  Graze on $2 oysters and small French bites, prepared by Executive Chef Thomas Griese, ranging in price from $5-$15.

     

    Participate in the 50/50 raffle with chances to win experiences all over the city and a grand prize personal chef experience! Proceeds from the 50/50 raffle benefit Farestart.

     

    RN74 is the creation of award-winning chef Michael Mina. RN74 uses a combination of American and French cuisines to highlight seasonal, local, Northwest ingredients, like Puget Sound seafood! Spend the evening with RN74 to enjoy their extensive wine list and indulge in signature dishes like smoked bone marrow, foie gras torchon, dryaged duck breast with rainier cherries, and hand-cut beignets for dessert.

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  • Patio Season Has Arrived in Seattle! 06.21.18


     
    Summer is here and patio season is in full swing! Get some vitamin d while enjoying gorgeous Northwest views, ice cold rosé on tap, craft breweries with al fresco seating, and more. Drop by to soak in the sun or make reservations for your summer dining today!  

     

    Mama’s Cantina 

    Seattle’s oldest and most beloved Mexican restaurant,  Mama’s Cantina  welcomes diners and drinkers alike to kick back and unwind on their 2nd Ave patio in Belltown. Indulge in old school Mexican favorites such as House-Made Chips and Guacamole, Al Pastor Tacos, Mama’s Burrito, house salsas and more. 

     

    Sip on frozen margaritas,tequilas and mezcals, west coast micro brews, and local Ciders, plus rock nroll inspired cocktails! 

     

    Mama’s Cantina offers happy hour twice daily 4 p.m.6- p.m. and again 10 p.m.-12 a.m. Open daily 11 a.m.-late. Mama’s Cantina is located at 2234 2nd Ave in Belltown. For more info and to reserve visit mamascantina.com or call 206.728.6262.  

     

    Tilth  

    Tilth offers a beautiful patio right in the heart of Wallingford! Chef and owner Maria Hines alongside executive chef Joel Panlilio sources as many ingredients as possible from local farms to create delicious, organic fare with the freshest ingredients available for nightly dinner, as well as weekend brunch. 

     

    Refresh your palette with their Summer Squash Salad or the Housemade Frascatelli. Check out their extensive wine list for ice cold rosé and chilled sauvignon blanc and sip a glass in the sun. 

     

    Tilth serves dinner nightly starting at 5 p.m. Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tilth is located on 1411 N 45th St in Wallingford. For more info and to reserve visit mariahinesrestaurants.com or call 206.633.0801.   

     

    Agrodolce 

    Agrodolce, a certified organic gem from James Beard Award winning Chef Maria Hines alongside executive Chef Mark Licastro, focuses on the cuisine of Southern Italy and Sicily. Enjoy handmade pasta on the patio of this Fremont restaurant, located just off of Fremont Ave N.    

     

    Sip Mediterranean-inspired signature cocktails like the Venetian Spritz, prosecco and local draft beers on their urban patio. Peruse the happy hour menu for lighter options such as Bruschetta with Sheep Cheese and their Mini Lamb Burger. 

     

    Agrodolce is open daily for dinner with happy hour every day from 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m., as well as weekend brunch. Agrodolce is located on 709 N 35th St in Fremont. For more info and to reserve visit mariahinesrestaurants.com or call 206.547.9707.  

     

    Ray’s Boathouse 

    What started out as a coffee house in 1945 is now one of Seattle’s most beloved iconic restaurants. Ray’s Boathouse works to highlight local seafood and seasonal flavors in the midst of the city’s greatest views. This summer, drink in all the Puget Sound has to offer from Ray’s deck.   

     

    Dine on House Smoked Sablefish, Applewood Grilled Wild King Salmon, Alaskan King Crab Legs and other fresh seafood favorites. With the help of their wine director, pair these dishes with the perfect chilled chardonnay or pinot grigio, or opt for a signature summer cocktail.      

     

    Stop by Ray’s Boathouse for dinner, served every night starting at 5 p.m. Ray’s Boathouse is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard. For more info and to reserve visit rays.com or call 206.789.3770.   

     

    Ray’s Café 

    Located above the Boathouse, Ray’s Café offers a more casual dining experience than its older sister. The seasonal waterfront deck is the perfect place to enjoy their selection of Ballard microbrews on tap. Stop by this summer for a memorable lunch or dinner with killer views!  

     

    Ray’s Café serves up Alaskan King Crab Legs as well as more casual fare like True Cod Fish & Chips, Pan Seared Sea Scallop Fettuccini, and a Blackened Salmon Sandwich.    

     

    Ray’s Café is open for lunch and dinner every day from 11:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Ray’s Café is located on 6049 Seaview Ave NW in Ballard. For more info and to reserve visit rays.com or call 206.782.0094.   

     

    Belltown Brewing

    Belltown Brewing offers 33 beers on tap, including some of their own in-house brews, in a cozy, yet sleek setting. Compliment their delicious in-house beer with Burgers, Salads, or Pizzas fresh from the pizza oven and sip seasonal beers this summer on the large outdoor patio at 2nd and Bell Street!  

     

    Try the Prosciutto & Arugula Pizza or the Tri Tip Sliders any night of the week. On Saturday and Sunday pop in for the brunch menu, featuring Spiked Cold Brew and Bottomless Mimosas as well as savory eats like the Pretzel Sandwich or Croque Madame.   

     

    Belltown Brewing offers happy hour every day from 3:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. and again from 9 p.m.-close. Belltown Brewing is located at 200 Bell Street in Belltown. For more info and to reserve visit belltownbrewingseattle.com or call 206.485.7233.  

     

    Schooner Brewing

    Schooner Brewing is the perfect place for large groups to gather. Make use of their outdoor seating on warm summer days and enjoy their 16 rotating taps of handcrafted delicious Schooner beers including the beloved Hopvine IPA or their new Summer Ale. 

     

    New at the brewery, guests can enjoy a selection of refreshing spiked seltzers brewed in-house at Schooner in partnership with San Juan Seltzer. Choose from a variety of flavors inspired by the Pacific Northwest including: Huckleberry, Fuji Apple, Raspberry-Cran and Pure. The spiked seltzers are super light, refreshing and perfect for a hot summer day on Schooner’s shaded patio. 

     

    Schooner’s menu offers a wide variety of dishes from Cuban Sliders, to Beer Braised Mussels, and even Street Tacos or Mac N’ Cheese. For a quick bite, check out the deli menu for made-to-order hot and cold sandwiches open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday. 

     

    Schooner Brewing opens at 3 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. on weekends. Schooner Brewing is located at 3901 1st Ave S in SODO. For more info and to reserve visit schoonerbrewingseattle.com or call 206.432.9734. 

     

    Local 360 Café & Bar

    Local 360 utilizes the best of the Northwest in their cooking with the majority of their ingredients coming from within 360 miles of Seattle. Sip local draft beers and spirits on their 1st Avenue deck this summer, just blocks from Pike Place Market! 

     

    Their menu offers large and small plates perfect for dining al fresco such as Oysters on the half shell, House-Cured Salmon, Asparagus Tartine with local goat cheese, and House-Grind Burgers. Peruse the drink menu for an extensive list of Washington spirits and regional wines.   

     

    Local 360 is open weekdays 11 a.m.-late and weekends 9 a.m.-late. Happy hour is served daily 3 p.m.-6 p.m. Local 360 is located at 2234 1st Ave in Belltown. For more info and to reserve visit local360.org or call 206.441.9360.   

     

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  • Treat Mom this Mother’s Day at Local Restaurants! 04.19.18

     

    Don’t let mom do the cooking this Mother’s Day! Treat her right with stunning waterfront views, special menus, cocktails, and more at local restaurants. Give mom the opportunity to relax and indulge in delicious organic brunches, fun dim sum menus, elegant buffets, and mimosa toasts – all dedicated to your favorite woman. Make your reservations today at the below restaurants and read on for full details!

     

    Dim Sum for Mum at Baron’s Bellevue

    Indulge in something far from your average Sunday brunch with Baron’s Bellevue! Opt for meticulously made Dim Sum and Dumplings, Noodle and Rice Dishes, Black Pepper Wagyu Sirloin, Succulent Duck and much more! The luxurious ambiance and a la carte offerings provide a full-service, leisurely meal deserving of moms anywhere. Dynasty-inspired Chinese favorites are gorgeously presented. Choose from delicious dim sum such as Shrimp Dumplings, Mushroom Buns, Dumpling Trios, Scallop Shao Mai, Lotus Leaf Sticky Rice with duck egg, Pan Fried Beijing Dumplings and much more for just $8-12 each. A full lineup of Chinese favorites with many under $20 each, Baron’s has something for everyone’s appetite.

     

    Service runs 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sunday, May 13 and reservations are highly recommended. Book online at baronsbellevue.com or by calling (425) 625-2165. Baron’s Bellevue is located at 500 Bellevue Way NE, Suite 210 in Bellevue.

     

    All-Inclusive Vietnamese Brunch Buffet at District One Saigon

    Treat mom to a special Vietnamese Brunch Buffet at District One Saigon! Enjoy delicious menu options such as Pho, Grilled Pork with Vermicelli Noodles, Tamarind Shrimp, and Rice Rolls with Pork and Mushrooms. More traditional fare will also be available such as classic Eggs and Bacon, Fresh Fruit and Waffles with Coconut Cream. The all-inclusive buffet includes food, soft drinks, hot tea, and one cocktail.

     

    Brunch will be served 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sunday, May 13 and reservations are required. The buffet price is $35 per person and $15 for kids 12 and under. Book online at districtonesaigon.com or by calling (425) 202-7150. District One Saigon is located at 2720 152nd Ave #150 in Redmond.

     

    Classic Brunch Fare with Fresh Baked Pastries at Local 360 Café & Bar

    Enjoy locally-sourced brunch this Mother’s Day weekend at Local 360 Café & Bar. Feast on traditional favorites such as Biscuits and Gravy with southern fried chicken, Seasonal Fruit Waffles, Fresh Veggie Scramble and Honey Ham Eggs Benedict. Opt for local seafood specials such as Taylor Shellfish Black Mussels with bacon, apple and shallots or savory Shrimp and Grits with peppers, tomatoes and farm fresh eggs. Diners can also indulge in an assortment of house-made pastries and treats such as Cakes, Cookies, Meringues and Quiche available on Mother’s Day only.

     

    Pastries will be served all day and priced a la carte until sold out. Brunch is served 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Prices vary based on items. Reservations can be made at local360.org or by calling (206) 650-2577. Local 360 Café & Bar is located at 2234 1st Avenue in Belltown.

     

    Family-Friendly French-style Brunch at RN74

    RN74 is opening their doors on Sunday, May 13 for a very special Mother’s Day brunch buffet from 10 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.

     

    Chef Thomas Griese has created a gorgeous French-influenced buffet featuring a selection of fresh salads, hors d’oeuvres and main dishes. Guests can look forward to live stations with made-to-order French Omelets with choice of accompaniment and sweet or savory Crepes. Families can also indulge in their lavish rotisserie showcasing Roasted Leg of Lamb and Roast Chicken. Top it all off with Bottomless Bubbles, an RN74 Bloody or Caribbean Cold Brew with Ron Zapca rum, vanilla and ancho reyes whip cream.

     

    Brunch is $55 for adults and $25 for children 5-12. Price excludes tax, gratuity and beverages. Reservations can be made by visiting michaelmina.net or by calling (206) 456-7474. RN74 is located in downtown Seattle at 1433 4th Ave.

     

    Celebrate Mother’s Day on the Water at Ray’s Boathouse & Café

    Join Ray’s Boathouse & Café for a stunning Mother’s Day meal on Sunday, May 13. The upstairs Café will be serving a Mother’s Day buffet featuring a variety of fresh salads, appetizers, sweet and savory breakfast fare and decadent desserts. They’ll also be offering their signature Carving Station with House Smoked Salmon and a Raw Bar with Oysters on the half-shell from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.

     

    In the Boathouse guests will feast on a special holiday menu from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Then beginning at 3 p.m. the Boathouse will be serving its entire dinner menu with dishes like Pan Seared Sea Scallops, Wild Northwest Salmon, Crab Legs and more until 9 p.m.

     

    The Café’s buffet is $65 for adults and $32.50 for children 5-11 and includes unlimited soft drinks like coffee, tea, juice and soda (excludes alcohol, espresso drinks, tax and gratuity). Reservations are strongly recommended for both venues. To reserve visit rays.com or call (206) 789-3770. Ray’s Boathouse & Café is located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Ave NW.

     

    Three-Courses of Organic Farm Goodness at Tilth

    Tilth is beloved for its New American cuisine prepared with certified organic or wild ingredients, sourced from many local farmers, foragers and producers. James Beard Award-winning executive chef and owner, Maria Hines, along with Chef Joel Panlilio, have a three-course prix fixe menu (only) in store for Mother’s Day running from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

     

    Brunch is $30 per person. Children will be charged only for the item(s) they select from this special menu. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th St, (206) 633-0801. Reservations recommended via OpenTable.

     

    Feast on Cafe Flora’s Signature Mother’s Day Brunch

    Vegetarians, vegans and meat-lovers alike can flock to Cafe Flora for its beloved Mother’s Day brunch on Sunday, May 13 from 8 a.m.- 2 p.m. The spring-focused, three-course menu starts off with an array of Fresh Baked Pastries including Petite Croissants and Lemon Blueberry Cornmeal Scones all served with grapefruit curd and lemon thyme compound butter, and a Tropical Fruit Plate. Next guests will have the option to choose between a Northwest Lox Benedict with poached eggs, smoked carrot “lox” and avocado hollandaise, Spring Chile Rellenos or Strawberry Rhubarb Stuffed French Toast. For dessert choose between a Rhubarb Upside Down Cake or a rich Dark Chocolate Raspberry Tart. A dedicated kids menu is available with starter, entrée and dessert.

     

    Brunch is $45 for adults and $15 for children 12 and under. Price excludes tax, gratuity and beverages. Reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made by calling (206) 325-9100. Cafe Flora is located at 2901 E. Madison Street, Seattle. Visit cafeflora.com for more details.

     

    Mother’s Day Brunch Italian style at Agrodolce in Fremont

    The casual and cozy Southern Italian trattoria, Agrodolce, will offer a three-course Mother’s Day menu that offers favorite brunch classics with an Italian twist. Executive Chef, Maria Hines, alongside Chef Thomas Iitrenta have created a beautiful menu with highlights such as Spring Hash, Polenta Cake Benedict, and Focaccia French Toast Bites.

     

    Brunch is $30 per person. Seatings are available from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Agrodolce is located at 709 N 35th St, Seattle; (206)-547-9707. Reservations recommended via OpenTable.

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  • Ray’s Pumpkin Carving Party, Oct. 22! 10.18.16



    Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe is hosting their third annual pumpkin carving party on Saturday, October 22nd! Pumpkin Carvers of all ages are invited to partake in the fall festivities on the Cafe’s cozy covered deck equipped with blankets and space heaters so the seasonal fun can be enjoyed rain or shine!

    All carvers will receive a pumpkin, child-safe carving tools, an LED candle and delicious hot apple cider for just $15 per person! There will also be a special seasonal menu including pumpkin beers and cocktails available for purchase. Costumes welcome!

    Reservations are required and are available at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. Guests can reserve their spot by emailing Darla Marchi at dmarchi@rays.com or calling 206.782.0094! Ray’s is located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Ave NW.

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  • Mama’s Cantina is open! 05.24.16

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    Mama’s Cantina is now open! Bask in the familiar Mama’s aura while enjoying the updated interior and new bar, now located at the front of the restaurant.

     

    The bar features a selection of 40 tequilas, scratch and blended margaritas, an array of mezcals, cervezas and microbrews on tap. Don’t miss the new frozen margarita machine for the perfect cold cocktail to sip on the outdoor patio all summer! Available in watermelon, mango or peach.

     

    Heading the kitchen at Mama’s Cantina is Chef Jenny Izaguirre, originally from Honduras with years spent as a chef in Los Angeles. She’s created a menu that adds an international twist on classic Mexican dishes that take inspiration from the street foods of Mexico City and Los Angeles. All sauces, salsas, chips and tortillas are also made in house now!

     

    Chef Jenny’s exciting new menu includes Mojo Pork, made from a whole pig that she will slow roast weekly. She’s brought in Wagyu Steak to add rich flavor to dishes like “The Elvis” Burrito and the Wagyu Skirt Steak Quesadilla. There is also seafood with Mini Crab and Halibut Ceviche Tostadas, and her Halibut Poke Tostada, creative veggie options like the Crispy Avocado Black Beans Taco and a delicious Korean inspired quesadilla served with kimchi and house molcajete salsa.

     

    For more information, visit mamascantina.com or call 206.728.6262. Mama’s Cantina is located at 2234 2nd Avenue, Seattle.

     

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  • Dining options in Seattle add another degree to summer 05.03.16

    Summer is fast approaching and restaurants are busy preparing their patios, creating delicious menus with seasonal summer ingredients and making innovative beverages. The vast multitude of outdoor dining options around Seattle means locals can enjoy the summer sun, from a light snack to a sunset dinner.

     

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    Agrodolce

    Experience a taste of Italy while relaxing and absorbing Seattle’s summer sun on the beautiful and casual patio at Agrodolce. Based in Freemont, the restaurant re-creates Italy’s coastal cuisine with the best organic ingredients in the area.

     

    The menu at Agrodolce comprises of many beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, with exciting colors and presentations that scream summer. Some summer-inspired beverages include: Campari & Soda, Aperol Spritz and Vodka Dolce.

     

    Guests at Agrodolce can also enjoy a happy hour menu starting at $4, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily that includes Mini Lamb Burger & Polenta Fries, Vegetable Fritto Misto and the Antipasti Plate.

     

    For reservations visit agrodolcerestaurant.net or call 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N. 35th St., Seattle.

     

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    Golden Beetle

    Drawing from Turkey, Israel and Egypt, Golden Beetle is the perfect place to explore the wonders of the Mediterranean during the summer months, while relaxing in the shade or enjoying the sun on the restaurant’s newly refinished patio.

     

    Golden Beetle’s delicious seasonal cocktails are fashioned with house made bitters, tinctures, sodas, garnishes and infusions to create unique flavors. Notable cocktails and beverages include the Paradiso Cooler, The Duneagle and the Rosemary Margarita. There are also non-alcoholic options including the House-made Orange Vanilla Chamomile Soda.

     

    Golden Beetle is well known for happy hour, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily. Starting at $3, options include Spicy Hummus & Pita Chips, long-time guest favorite Savory Chickpea & Lemon Stew or light, fresh and spicy Carrot and Kale Salad.

     

    For more information, visit golden-beetle.com or call 206.706.2977. Golden Beetle is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market St., Seattle.

     

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    Tilth

    Be treated like family, savor the summer weather and dine on New American cuisine on the garden patio at Tilth. With 8 wooden tables and rows of greenery, the patio is the perfect place to enjoy brunch, a cocktail, or dinner on a beautiful summer night. There is also an indoor sunroom for those seeking the view of the outdoors with the comfort of an indoor atmosphere.

     

    The restaurant takes pride in the beverages it serves. Cocktails include Limonada Romero, Ernest on the Beach and Bonny Prince Charming. The seasonal dinner menu, starting at $9, includes House Made Gnocchi, Skagit River Ranch Pork Loin and Pan Seared Weathervane Scallop

     

    Reservations can be made by calling Tilth at 206.633.0801 or online at tilthrestaurant.com Tilth is located in Wallingford at 141 N. 45th St., Seattle.

     

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    Altstadt

    Experience German culture, history and cuisine during the summer at Altstadt, located in Pioneer Square. While the indoor bierhalle has plenty of seating, the sidewalk patio fronting 1st Avenue promises great people watching, especially on game days just steps from the stadiums.

     

    The restaurant serves a range of German dishes created with a Northwest pantry, including happy hour items starting at $5. Served 3-6 p.m. daily, except game days, guests can enjoy Obazta, a camembert and cream cheese ball, or a Brat slider served on a pretzel bun, both house-made.

     

    Cocktails are enjoyed in Seattle and at Altstadt, it’s no exception. While beer is the big draw, cocktails such as Französisch (Bertina elderflower liqueur, gin, grapefruit, Maisel & Friends Pale Ale) and Rhabarber Collins (Blanco tequila, lime, agave and rhubarb) won’t disappoint.

     

    For more information, visit altstadtseattle.com or call 206.602.6442. Altstadt is located in Pioneer Square at 209 1st Avenue South, Seattle.

     

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    Volterra

    Guests will be transported from Ballard to the beautiful Tuscan sun on the patio at Volterra. Noted for its relaxing garden-like appeal, it’s the perfect place to enjoy house-made Italian cuisine.

     

    The Tuscan-inspired menu puts together a combination of imported and local ingredients that create a variety of unique and seasonal dishes. It includes a number of excellent summer-inspired beverages including Tuscan Limoncello Rosemary Drop, Grapefruit Negroni #2 and Clementine Sparkle.

     

    Volterra’s happy hour menu starting at $4, from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekends includes Pan Seared Scallop, Polenta and Wild Mushroom and Super Smoked Chicken Wings.

     

    Volterra is located at 5411 Ballard Ave. NW., Seattle. Reservations can be made at volterraballard.com or by calling 206.789.5100.

     

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    Ray’s Boathouse & Café

    Boasting amazing views of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, Ray’s Boathouse and Café is the place to be during the summer.

     

    Ray’s Café features a large outdoor patio where guests can enjoy the warm weather and the view, while dining on seasonal dishes and drinking a selection of summer-inspired cocktails, and 20 microbrews on tap. Other notable beverages include the non-alcoholic Sunset Cooler, and fruity cocktails such as the Rosemary Grapefruit Drop and White Peach Cosmo.

     

    Happy hour from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily, with dishes starting at $5, include Penn Cove Mussels Marinara, Salmon Sliders and Blackened Ahi Tostada.

     

    Downstairs in the Boathouse, take in stunning floor to ceiling views of the Sound, sip on handcrafted cocktails like the Champs-Élysées and Jungle Bird, as well as an excellent local wine list. Guests can compliment their beverage with seasonal items on the Boathouse happy hour menu from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. including Little Skookum Clam Dip, Steamed Manila Clams and Puget Sound Mediterranean Mussels, starting at $7.

     

    For Boathouse reservations, call 206.789.3770 or visit rays.com/rays-boathouse-reservation. For Café reservations, call 206.782.0094 or visit rays.com/rays-cafe-reservation. Ray’s Boathouse and Café are located just outside Ballard at 6049 Seaview Ave. NW, Seattle.

     

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    Bell + Whete Gastropub + Events

    The large sidewalk patio at Bell + Whete Gastropub + Events in Belltown is the perfect place to enjoy Seattle’s sun while consuming excellent dishes like house-made sausages or drinking a cold one from their 66 taps. The patio features large roll-up doors around the perimeter of the restaurant, bringing the outdoors in for those sitting inside. Guests can also make use of the patio’s overhang and relax in some shade.

     

    Bell + Whete serves brunch and dinner as well as a seasonal happy hour outdoors. Happy hour, starting at $4 and from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. includes options like Red Harissa Mussels, House Ground Steak Burger and Cod Brandade. Guests can compliment their meal with the restaurant’s vast selection of beverages such as whiskey, fine gins and seasonal cocktails. Notable summer cocktails include Fresa Diabla, Rose Royale and Lady Eleanor.

     

    Reservations can be made at bellandwhete.com or by calling 206.538.0180. Bell + Whete Gastropub + Events is located at 200 Bell St, Seattle

     

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    Cafe Flora

    Seattle’s best vegetarian restaurant offers delicious breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch menus to enjoy al fresco in the summer months. Guests can dine while sitting in Cafe Flora’s outdoor patio, located in a quant and welcoming garden. The patio features outdoor lights, an herb garden and more that Cafe Flora plants and harvests for their summer menus.

     

    Meals can be complimented with an assortment of beverages like local wine, beer and cider, as well as seasonal cocktails like Flower Child, Oxacan Sand and house-made Fizzes with seasonal summer fruits and herbs.

     

    Cafe Flora is located at 2901 E. Madison St., Seattle. Visit cafeflora.com for more information.

     

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    Local 360 Café & Bar

    At Local 360 Café & Bar, downtown diners can enjoy food and beverages made from ingredients sourced within 360 miles of Seattle. Their sidewalk patio provides a front row seat to First Avenue and Bell Street, just blocks from Pike Place Market. While relaxing in the sun, diners can enjoy the most comprehensive, locally sourced spirits collection in Washington State, local beer, wine and seasonal cocktails with names highlighting the city. Notable cocktails include Seattle’s Seasonal Shrub, Sage in the City and Jet Stream.

     

    Guests can have lunch, dinner, happy hour or weekend brunch on the patio. Happy hour from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily includes Oysters on the Half Shell for $1 each, Poutine with Lamb Neck Gravy, Chilled Beets and Bacon Deviled Eggs.

     

    Local 360 is located in Belltown at 2234 1st Ave., Seattle. Reservations can be made at local360.org or by calling 206.441.9460.

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  • Celebrate Mother’s Day with Festive Brunch, Dinner, Cocktails + Cooking Classes, May 8 04.28.16

    With Mother’s day approaching, Seattle and Bellevue’s favorite food spots are gearing up to celebrate motherhood and thank moms for all they do with holiday brunch, dinner, cocktails, and cooking classes.

     

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    Eden Hill

    This Mother’s Day, skip morning brunch and take Mom to indulge in a three-course dinner at Eden Hill, a deliciously innovative New American restaurant in Queen Anne. Chef Maximillian Petty has crafted a special prix fixe menu only for Mother’s Day for $45 per guest with an optional wine pairing for $20 per guest.

     

    With two options under each course, Eden Hill’s Mother’s Day menu includes:

    Beef Tartare with poached egg yolk, caper, pickled onion, sourdough and mustard

    Halibut Cheek with wild garlic chimichurri, lemongrass and roasted salsify

    Dark Chocolate Sorbet with orange mint marshmallow and toasted faro graham cracker

     

    The full Mother’s Day menu can be viewed online. Reservations can be made by visiting edenhillrestaurant.com or by calling 206.708.6836. Eden Hill is located at 2209 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle.

     

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    Ray’s Boathouse & Café

    Treat Mom to gorgeous waterfront views and fresh, flavorful fare at Ray’s Boathouse & Café. The iconic restaurant is offering plenty of options for families to choose from this year.

     

    Boathouse – Brunch and Dinner

    From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Boathouse will be serving some of their best-selling appetizers, spring salads and seasonal entrées along with special a la carte brunch items. From 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., treat mom to the Boathouse’s excellent dinner menu with Roasted Sablefish in Sake Kasu, Sautéed Garlic Prawn Yakisoba, Butter Poached Maine Lobster, and a glass of her favorite wine.

     

    Café – Brunch and Dinner

    The Café will be offering their grand holiday buffet with an impressive selection of seasonal appetizers, salads, entrées and decadent desserts as well as Ray’s traditional Carving and Shellfish stations with options of Roasted RR Ranch Prime Rib, Snow Crab Legs, and Oysters on the half shell. There will also be breakfast and brunch items like Eggs Benedict, Brioche French toast, and Uli’s breakfast sausage. The Café Buffet starts at 9 a.m. with the last seating at 2 p.m. The Buffet is $55 per guest, $25 for children ages five to 11. Children under age five dine free. From 3 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. guests can enjoy the traditional Café dinner menu with Grilled King Salmon, Dungeness Crab Cakes, Seared Scallops, and more.

     

    Boathouse reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 206.789.3770 or by visiting rays.com/rays-boathouse-reservation.html. Café reservations are also strongly recommended and can be made by calling 206.782.0094 or by visiting rays.com/rays-cafe-reservation.html. Ray’s Boathouse and Café are located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Avenue Northwest, Seattle.

     

     

    Whisk

     

    Whisk

    Whisk, the kitchenware, bakeware, barware and unique tabletop retailer and cooking class venue, has plenty of deliciously fun classes to choose from leading up to Mother’s Day! Whether you want to treat mom to breakfast in bed or indulge her hobby of cooking with a cooking class, Whisk has several options that are a perfect fit for every mom.

     

    The Perfect Brunch, April 30- A hands-on class where students will learn techniques for creating a tasty mix of both sweet and savory dishes perfect for “wow”-ing mom on Mother’s Day. Guests can expect to learn how to create Applewood Smoked bacon and Kale Frittatas, Thyme Asiago Potato Stacks and more. The course runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and costs $95 per person.

     

    Make Mom Breakfast (8 years+), May 1- Learn how to make Mom a breakfast she’ll never forget this Mother’s Day. Students will practice knife skills as they learn to make a Fresh Fruit Salad, Carrot and Walnut Muffins, Home-made Granola and more. The course runs from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and costs $95 for one adult and one child eight years or older.

     

    Afternoon Tea- Mommy and Me (8 years+), May 8- What better way to spend Mother’s Day than learning to bake delightful old-fashioned tea party goodies? In this hands-on class, cookbook author, Gill Dey, will teach guests how to make elegant Salmon Pinwheel Sandwiches, light Fresh Cream Scones and more. The course runs from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $75 for one adult and one child eight years or older.

     

    The Mother’s Day Three-Course Dinner, May 8- Treat Mom to a cooking class at Whisk and learn to make a restaurant-quality three-course dinner together with the help of chef Aaron Tekulve, a recent contestant on Chopped . Students will learn how to create
    Chinook Salmon with baby fennel, asparagus, morels and lemon crème fraiche and more. This course runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and costs $110 per person.

     

    Classes must be booked in advanced by visiting whiskcooks.com/classes or calling 425. 922.9575. Whisk is located at 10385 Main Street, Bellevue, 98004.

     

    Local 360 Cafe & Bar

    If only the freshest local and sustainable ingredients will do for Mom this Mother’s Day, take her to Local 360 for a brunch she’ll be talking about it for years to come. Along with their regular brunch menu, Local 360 will be offering two holiday brunch items from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m:

     

    Pleasant View Farms Duck Confit with dandelion greens and tart cherry gastrique,$22.

    Dungeness Crab and Field Asparagus Biscuit Benedict, $18.

     

    To view their full brunch menu and make reservations, visit local360.org or call 206.441.9360. Local 360 Cafe & Bar is located in Belltown at 2234 1st Avenue, Seattle.

     

    Golden Beetle

    Rooted in the culinary styles of the Mediterranean and using the best organic and seasonal ingredients, Golden Beetle is a one-of-a-kind location for this year’s Mother’s Day festivities.

     

    Start the celebration early with a Garden Party Cocktail Class on Saturday, May 7, 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. For $75 per person, guests can enjoy their own garden-themed cocktail class with light snacks provided by Golden Beetle. Cocktails will focus on what’s fresh from the local Farmers Market this spring, such as a berry mojito, lemon verbena martini, and a rhubarb cocktail.

     

    On May 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., a bright and bold three-course Mother’s Day brunch menu created by award-winning chef Maria Hines will be featured for $25 per person. Options include:

     

    House-made Yogurt with Fruit with honey, mint and walnut

    Spring Onion and Asparagus Scramble with romesco puree, white cheddar and beef-fat fried potato

    Spiced Donuts with honey syrup, cardamom and cinnamon

     

    The full menu can be viewed here. Reservations for both Mother’s Day festivities are recommended and can be made by calling 206.706.2977. Golden Beetle is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market Street, Seattle.

     

    Cafe Flora

     

    Cafe Flora

    The whole family can celebrate Mother’s Day at Cafe Flora, Seattle’s premier spot for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dining. From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. a three-course, prix fixe brunch menu will be available for $40 per person along with a dedicated kids menu for $15 per child.

     

    The special menu offers hearty and healthy options including:

    -Cafe Flora’s signature House made Pastry Basket with petite croissants, strawberry ginger poppy seed scones, lemon curd and rhubarb jam.

    Spring Asparagus Benedict -Tieton Farm eggs, poached and served atop sweet potato latkes with balsamic tossed arugula, crispy smoked eggplant chips in hollandaise sauce and asparagus.

    Tres Leches Cake -vanilla sponge, toasted coconut, roasted pineapple, rum, whipped cream and strawberries.

     

    The full menu can be viewed here. Reservations are required on Mother’s Day and can be made by calling 206.325.9100. Cafe Flora is located at 2901 E. Madison Street, Seattle.

     

    Agrodolce

    Nestled in the heart of Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood, Agrodolce features Italian coastal cuisine perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch to remember. James Beard Award-winning chef Maria Hines has created a holiday three-course prix fixe brunch menu for $30 per person that will be served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

     

    The Mother’s Day brunch menu includes both sweet and savory options:

    Spring Onion Zeppoli with zucchini and preserved lemon yogurt

    Aspen Hollow Lamb Sausage Hash with asparagus, morels and a sunny-side up egg

    Limoncello Sorbetto with fennel frond and toasted hazelnut

     

    Treat mom even more with Agrodolce’s bottomless mimosas. Full menu can be viewed here. Reservations are recommended and can be made by visiting agrodolcerestaurant.net or calling 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N. 35th Street, Seattle.

     

    Altstadt Seattle

     

    Altstadt

    Mom can enjoy her own little slice of Germany this Mother’s Day at Altstadt. The German-inspired bierhalle and brathaus will serve brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner until 10 p.m.

     

    Altstadt is serving up spring Sudetenland fare, featuring new items:

    Larambraten, a beer-braised lamb dish, shredded and pressed with a pretzel crumb coating before it’s flash-fried and set atop a fresh pea and bacon salad

    Spargel, featuring white asparagus, red onion buerre blanc, house smoked trout and pea tendrils

    -Special spring cocktails, including What’s Up Bock?, built with rosemary vodka, carrot juice and Seapine Maibock

     

    The full brunch and dinner menus can be viewed at altstadtseattle.com. Reservations can be made by calling 206.602.6442. Altstadt is located in Pioneer Square at 209 1st Ave South, Seattle.

     

    Tilth

    Celebrate Mom’s special day by cozying up at Tilth, an award-winning restaurant featuring New American cuisine in an intimate house-like setting. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Chef Maria Hines will be offering a delicious three-course holiday brunch menu for $30 per person.

     

    Mother’s Day brunch options include:

    Buttermilk Scone with quince, brown butter and Holmquist hazelnut

    Anson Mills Polenta Cake with chorizo, Hollandaise and parsley pistou

    Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake with a chocolate cookie, cocoa cream and sea salt

     

    Reservations are recommended and can be made by visiting Tilthrestaurant.com or by calling 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th Street, Seattle.

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  • Northwest Tequila Fest Returns for its Fourth Annual Celebration, April 22-23! 04.13.16

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    Northwest Tequila Fest, the largest tequila and mezcal tasting event in the Pacific Northwest, is returning for a two-day event April 22-23 at the Fremont Foundry in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood!

    The fourth annual event will feature 140 tequilas, mezcals, and sotols, as well as beer and cocktails, food from Seattle area restaurants and live mariachi music. There will be additional festivities including:

    Educational agave seminars from renowned tequila experts Carlos Camarena of el Tesoro tequila and Clayton Szczech of Experience Tequila.
    •An onsite retail shop for festival-goers to purchase their favorite agave spirits represented at the event, with proceeds going to The Benevolent Guild of Seattle.
    Seattle-area bartenders presenting their best agave cocktails to a panel of judges.

    Participants include producers large and small, such as crowd favorites Don Pilar, Casa Noble, and Wahaka Mezcal; newcomers Suerte, Orendain, and Mezcal Amaras; and industry standards including Patron, Don Julio and Tres Generaciones.

    Tickets for the festival are being sold in three levels, ranging from $49 to $99 with VIP access and 1-2 day admission. Get your tickets here.

    For those that want to ensure they’re doing their part on Earth Day (April 22), Northwest Tequila Fest will be doing ITS part to reduce waste by providing water stations instead of water bottles, all-glass drinkware, compostable dinnerware, and recyclable beer cans instead of bottles.

    A portion of all ticket sales benefit The Benevolent Guild of Seattle, a non-profit group committed to assisting children’s charities and support groups in the Puget Sound area. Additionally, proceeds from sales of the festival’s retail area, in which all festival products will be sold, will also benefit The Benevolent Guild.

    Learn more about the festivities at www.nwtequilafest.com.

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  • Seattle’s Favorite Patios & Summer Menus! 05.21.15

    As the summer months approach, Seattle restaurants are dusting off their patio seats, creating refreshing cocktails, and preparing menus with the best seasonal ingredients that summer has to offer. The multitude of outdoor dining options ensures that you won’t run out of places to enjoy the summer sun, from weekend brunch to late night dinners.


    Agrodolce
    Transport to a warm Italian coast while you bask in the sun right here in Seattle. In the heart of Fremont,
    Agrodolce offers a delicious taste of Italian coastal cuisine and expertly created handmade pasta featuring house-milled flour. This welcoming trattoria offers a quiet and cozy patio just off the main hustle and bustle in Fremont.

    The summer menu includes a collection of summer spritzers with colors and presentations that perfectly sum up the feel of summer, available in alcoholic and non-alcoholic options. The summer spritzers include 3 intoxicating flavors: Plum Soda, Parsley Soda, and Raspberry Puree with Rhubarb Beet Soda. Agrodolce will also offer a $5 Rosé Special of the Day throughout the warm summer months.

    Agrodolce has a special happy hour this summer with $3 items to celebrate their third year anniversary. Items include Polenta Fries, Seasonal Bruschetta, and the Mini Lamb Burger.

    Summer brunch wouldn’t be complete without bottomless mimosas on the sun-soaked patio every weekend. Pair with brunch options that include Focaccia French Toast Bits, Chicken and Waffles, and Handmade Emmer Rigatoni.

    For reservations visit agrodolcerestaurant.net or call 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N. 35th St., Seattle.


    Golden Beetle
    This summer the menu at Golden Beetle features a long list of house made bitters, tinctures, sodas, and infusions that reflect the attention to detail in the craft cocktail program. Their dedication to organic and seasonal ingredients creates cocktails that are unrivaled in flavor. Diners can enjoy a Paradiso Cooler, Spiced Harissa Daiquiri, or an Adult Lemonade while soaking up the sun on Golden Beetle’s front patio. The patio allows diners to enjoy the summer sun or shade without getting overheated.

    With cuisine rooted in the cultures and culinary styles of the Eastern Mediterranean, Golden Beetle’s happy hour offers fun street-inspired foods that are perfect for outdoor dining. Snack on Fire & Honey Chicken Wings, Spiced Donuts, or Spiced French Fries.

    For more information or to make a reservation, visit golden-beetle.com/reservations or call 206.706.2977. Golden Beetle is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market St., Seattle.


    Tilth
    Summertime means enjoying award-winning cuisine on the charming, garden patio at Tilth. Situated among a trellis of greenery fronting a craftsman house, diners are welcomed and treated as if they’re family. The patio also offers dinners the perfect chance to enjoy dinner outside during those warm summer evenings.

    The current menu, which changes monthly, includes Green Garlic Soup, Seared Alaskan Weathervane Scallops, and English Pea Flan, amongst numerous other certified organic and locally sourced options. Those interested in brunch can experience Coffee Roasted Celery Root Salad, House made Sourdough Waffle, and Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake among other delicious items.

    Reservations can be made by calling Tilth at 206.633.0801 or online at Tilthrestaurant.com/reservations. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 141 N. 45th St., Seattle.


    Sushi Kappo Tamura
    The most sought after seats at Sushi Kappo Tamura are at the sushi bar, but come this summer the outdoor patio will also be in high demand. With seating for 12, Sushi Kappo Tamura’s patio creates an engaging and vibrant space that allows diners to enjoy the sun in high spirits.

    Sushi Kappo Tamura is known for their fierce commitment to using only the best and most sustainable seasonal ingredients. The menu is already featuring a variety of vegetables and herbs grown and taken directly from their rooftop garden. Diners should keep an eye out for menu items that feature radish, turnip, scallions, butterhead lettuce, shiso, mint, kale, and mustard greens all harvested straight from the garden. The summer will also bring new seafood options to the menu, including Live Spot Prawns, Fresh Salmon, and Albacore Tuna. These delicious ingredients will be integrated into sashimi, nigiri, and other menu items.

    Reservations can be made at sushikappotamura.com or by calling 206.547.0937. Sushi Kappo Tamura is located at 2968 Eastlake Ave. E., Seattle.


    Volterra
    Bringing the warmth and charm of Tuscany to Seattle’s historic neighborhood of Ballard,
    Volterra is the perfect place to enjoy the soon-to-be summer weather. With a patio hugged by hanging vines and shrubbery, diners feels as if they’ve been transported to a summer day in the heart of Tuscany.

    As Volterra celebrates its anniversary, Chef Don Curtiss has complied a Favorites Tasting Menu featuring the most loved dishes from the last 10 years. Options include Polenta with Wild Mushrooms, Wild Boar Tenderloin with Gorgonzola Mustard Sauce, and Roasted Eggplant Pouches. Diners can also start off the day right with weekend brunch on the patio. Menu items include Chestnut Pancakes, Wilde Mushroom Scramble, and Duck and Yukon Gold Potato Hash.

    Volterra is located at 5411 Ballard Ave. NW., Seattle. Reservations can be made at volterraballard.com or by calling 206.789.5100.


    Ray’s Boathouse & Café
    With its unique position on the shores of Ballard overlooking the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, Ray’s Boathouse & Café offers stunning views, especially during the summer from its large Café patio.

    Happy Hour can now be enjoyed on the Café-patio with the menu offering delectable bites such as Grilled Prawn Satay, Tuna Poke, Pacific Manila Clams and the Crispy Calamari. Ray’s Café is also featuring Frozen Tiki Cocktails this summer, featuring rum, vodka, and fruity flavors served in a glass tiki goblet. Available at Ray’s Café bar, dining room and deck through the end of summer.

    Ray’s Boathouse now invites guests to join them on their new patio where guests can dine right over the water. The Boathouse’ extensive drink menu also offers numerous options for those who wish to have a drink by the water with their view. Cocktails include White Peach Cosmo, Spiced Apple Fizz, and Seaview Sunset (non-alcoholic).

    For Boathouse reservations, call 206.789.3770 or visit rays.com/rays-boathouse-reservation. For Café reservations, call 206.782.0094 or visit rays.com/rays-cafe-reservation. Ray’s Boathouse and Café are located just outside Ballard at 6049 Seaview Ave. NW, Seattle.


    Cafe Flora
    Cafe Flora’s outdoor patio situates diners in a quant and welcoming garden. Diners can start their day off right by enjoying weekend brunch in the summer sun with menu items like Beignets, Hoppin’ John Fritters, or Beet Breakfast Sandwich. The outdoor lights also make Cafe Flora’s patio a perfect place to enjoy dinner while the sunsets. Diners can chose from King Oyster Scallops, Roasted Pineapple Pizza, and Quinoa Asparagus Cakes among other delicious vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.

    Summer days can be enjoyed with their house made non-alcoholic fizzes or Cafe Flora’s extensive array of local wine, beer, cider, and craft cocktails.

    Cafe Flora is located at 2901 E. Madison St., Seattle. Visit cafeflora.com for more information.


    Bell + Whete European Kitchen + Lounge

    Bell + Whete European Kitchen + Lounge’s large patio, located at the front of the restaurant, allows diners to be immersed in the bustling Belltown neighborhood while enjoying the sun and delicious food. The large roll-up doors surrounding the bar ensure that the patio is well integrated into the rest of the dining areas and the patio’s overhang allows for seats in the shade.

    Dinner and happy hour can be enjoyed on the patio, and brunch is a local favorite with the menu including Ham & Compté Crepe, Wild Mushroom & Smoked Cheddar Quiche, and Croque-Monsieur. Diners can also sample their way through the vast drink menu that Bell + Whete has to offer. Their craft bar program focuses on gin, whiskey, and international and local lagers and ales that provide the perfect pairing for any meal. Chose from a variety of cocktails, including a Rozencrantz, King’s Bench, or Old Spot. Bell + Whete’s house made gin and tonic features Marley’s Tonic, handcrafted in West Seattle.

    Reservations can be made at bellandwhete.com or by calling 206.538.0180.


    Local 360 Café & Bar
    During the summer months, Local 360 Café & Bar diners can enjoy locally sourced summer menus and cocktails seated on the warm and inviting front patio. Located in the midst of downtown Seattle and within walking distance of Pike Place Market, Local 360 prides itself on being a sustainable café and food producer with an emphasis on local sourcing. Diners can enjoy the most extensive locally sourced spirits collection in Washington State, making it the perfect place to imbibe all summer long.

    Bask in the sun while sipping craft cocktails that give a nod to Seattle culture, including Monorail, Raincoat, and 206 Smash. Weekend brunch at Local 360 offers diners the perfect opportunity to soak up the morning sun while dining on Corned Beef Hash with Poached Eggs, Fried Chicken and Waffles with Maple Pepper Jelly, and Pork Belly Chop Salad with Rogue Blue and Soft Boiled Egg.

    Local 360 is located in Belltown at 2234 1st Ave., Seattle. Reservations can be made at local360.org or by calling 206.441.9460.

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  • Enter your Ray’s Boathouse Memories to win a 7-day Cruise! 04.16.15


    Ever since the Ray’s Boathouse red neon sign was displayed for the first time in 1952, Ray’s Boathouse has been a Seattle institution. Offering fresh, sustainably caught seafood from Seattle’s backyard has allowed Ray’s to maintain sustainable practices and nurturing relationships with local suppliers. Ray’s continues to be ever grateful for the amazing support that the Seattle community has offered over the decades and the great memories that have been created along the way.

    To show how grateful Ray’s is, they’re giving away a 7-day Princess Cruise for two to Alaska to one lucky guest!

    How to enter: From now until April 30, simply think of your fondest memories at Ray’s, anything from enjoying summer cocktails on the deck to getting married or engaged at Ray’s. Then upload your memory, photos, and/or videos to Instagram, Facebook, and/or Twitter and include the hashtag #MyRays and you’re entered to win a cruise for two! You can enter on each social channel once per week, each week in April.

    Ray’s will also be drawing weekly winners each Friday in April for $150 to Ray’s.

    Entries valid: now until April 30 only. Cruise prize drawn Friday, May 1.

    See official contest rules here and enter today!

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