Event of the Week
For 10 days starting Sunday, 160 of the city's sweetest restaurants (Agrodolce, Staple & Fancy, Hunger 2.0, etc.) are giving you sick deals on three courses during Seattle Restaurant Week.
Thursday, October 10th
After teasing us for months with pics of scantily clad waitresses, Roy Aston’s Maison Tavern is celebrating its grand opening w/ a "times gone by"-inspired happy hour from 4-7p featuring old-world spirits and artisanal small plates.
The legendary, six week Earshot Jazz Festival is bringing over 50 brass-based shows to venues all over the city, including Thrillist-approved spots like The Royal Room and The Triple Door.
Friday, October 11th
Get a taste of Iceland at the Dahlia Lounge where award-winning Chefs Thrainn Freyr Vigfusson and Brock Johnson will be turning out dishes you don’t even know how to pronounce for A Taste of Iceland.
Saturday, October 12th
Some of Seattle's sweetest eats purveyors are taking over 19th and Mercer from 12-5p, and throwing the 19th and Delicious Block Party, where you can check out food from the almost-ready-to-open Tallulah’s before it... um, opens, and bites from Kingfish Cafe and more.
Neumos and KEXP are hosting a FREE Reykjavik Calling concert with shows from Icelandic artists and badass local bands like Kaylee Cole, Kithkin, and Vox Mod.
Sunday, October 13th
From 6-9p, Benito’s is hosting a Chicago-inspired art show where you can hear live tunes and get a slice of deep-dish & a beer for the cost of an Illinois-born Abraham Lincoln.
Bring some Altoids to Lombardi's For the Love of the Bulb garlic festival, which they've resurrected so they can bring you garlic-heavy dishes, cooking classes, wine, and complete lack of vampires.
For $10, you can sip signature cocktails and watch the season premiere of The Walking Dead at the ever-swanky Sorrento Hotel. Things start at 530p with a re-cap of season three, and, presumably, more cocktails.