Seattle Event of the Week Friday, May 30th: Ballard dessert spot Hot Cakes launched two years ago, and to celebrate, they're busting out a (sadly not boozy) milkshake cart that's slinging $5 top-your-own sundaes outside the shop from noon to 8pm, and slinging their signature cakes for just $6 all day.
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Friday, May 30th, 6pm: Ballard's Populuxe is hosting an Awesome '80s Prom, which means they'll have a DJ spinning old-school vinyl, a photo station, drinks (including Zima), and hundreds of people dancing to '80s music... and you'll have a chance to finally wear your Frankie Says Relax T-shirt again. Continue Reading
Monday, June 2nd: Mamnoon’s first industry night, “Junoon”, is your chance to score a drink and punish several all-you-can-eat food stations (a make-your-own falafel bar, shawarma stand, etc.), for just $30, or less if you work at a bar/restaurant.
Monday, June 2nd, 6pm-midnight: Capitol Cider’s serving six courses of all gluten-free bites you'll actually want to eat, thanks to guest chefs from the Old Sage, Spur, Tilth, Aragona, etc., and pairing each one with a cider from Finnriver.
Ongoing: Instacart, a service that lets you order groceries from Costco or QFC and then hand-delivers them to your door (!), launched in Seattle earlier this month, and just expanded their delivery area to include your house... probably.