Bite of Seattle, a parade that chases you, and Beerzilla
Event of the Week
Saturday, July 19th: This is not your average block party. The entire Phinney neighborhood gets into Beerzilla, a one-day-only offering of sweet local brews like Big Al Brewing, Naked City Brewing, and Seattle Cider.
Saturday, July 19th: West Seattle is like Seattle’s nerdy, independent cousin, going about life content to do its own thing, like being chased by parade floats for 5km just for some $3 beers... and to support The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Continue Reading
Sunday, July 20th: The Queen Anne Farmers Market, or QAFM if you like acronyms, is throwing itself a benefit that actually benefits you 'cause your ticket gets you a bottle of Canlis Market Rosé wine and a shton of Taylor Shellfish oysters.
All weekend: Seattle’s original mobile food event, Bite of Seattle, is back at the Seattle Center with more than 30 restaurants, and you and 400,000 of your hungriest friends can sample dishes ranging from strawberries-on-a-stick to The Alley -- a gourmet zone hosted by Chef Jason Wilson.
All weekend: Everything’s fancier on the Eastside, including Kirkland Uncorked, a sweet outdoor food fest at Marina Park featuring Washington wineries, a Friday night burger brawl, a Saturday grill-off, a Sunday food truck feast... and a boat show.