6 upcoming food and drink events in Seattle for every taste
Hungry? Yeah, us too. What better way to satisfy yourself with planning ahead for some food and drink events happening all around Seattle? Here is a quick little rundown of some great events to hit up to eat and drink your way through the next couple of weeks. Enjoy!
This super popular event also comes with a hefty price tag, but for good reason! The event brings together over 100 of the region’s best restaurants, wineries, breweries, and distilleries for a night of delectable food, drink, and fun.
When: Friday, August 16 at
Where: 1501 Pike Place
Cost: $175 – $5000 (Corporate tables)
This food and sustainability fair features live music, plenty of great info, and, of course, food! It’s a celebration of local farmers, locally-sourced ingredients, and all the best ways to indulge in what we all love to do most: eating.
When: Saturday, August 17 from 10 am – 6 pm
Where: King County’s Marymoor Park
Cost: Free admission
Batch 206 is a huge, independently-owned distillery, and it also happens to be hosting what is sure to be a delicious night of Puerto Rican street food on Thursday, August 22nd. Bring your appetites, wet your whistle, and enjoy.
When: Thursday, August 22 at 7:30 pm
Where: Batch 206 Distillery, 1417 Elliot Avenue W
Okay, think of a circus. Got it? Good. Now, add lots and lots of beer to yourself watching that circus. Got it? Good.
When: Saturday, August 17
Where: Lagunitas Brewing Company, 1550 NW 49th St
Aiming to hit 3,000 bars across the States, this tour filled with top-tier NY and LA comics is sure to be a drinking & laughing marriage made in heaven.
When: Monday, August 19 – Tuesday, August 20
Where: Crucible Brewing Co., Woodinville
Featuring 20 different brewers, over 40 beers & spirits to taste, along with solid live tunes and great people, this one is hard to pass up. You’re really going to have to ration your weekends this August, Seattle.
When: Friday, August 23 & Saturday, August 24
Where: Alki Masonic Center, 4736 40th Ave SW
There you go, folks. Those are some awesome food and drink events in Seattle that will keep your stomach happy for at least a week or two. Cheers.