Stories with 'food' tag

Sharing Passions: Cooking with Apples

Apples. Crunchy, sweet, delicious, but something too often forgot about in the kitchen outside of pies and peanut butter snacks. On April 17th, we are partnering with one of the finest culinary class facilitators around, Eat Seattle, for a cooking class and feast all about apples.

/ March 15, 2019


Science For Curious Simpletons: What Can Your Stomach Stomach

There’s a whole world living inside that gut of yours, and we are finally getting around to understanding all that it does for your body, mind, and health. At this month’s Science for Curious Simpletons class in partnership with Pacific Science Center, we are taking a look at the microbial ecosystem inside all of us.

/ February 21, 2019


Chocolate and Bourbon Night

What’s the best pairing for bourbon? Chocolate, of course. And we’ve got the experts to prove it. Seattle’s Indi Chocolate and Noble Oak Bourbon are teaming up to host a special tasting experience at Pike Place Market.

/ February 21, 2019


Seattle Cocktail Week

Seattle Cocktail Week is a week-long celebration of the Emerald City’s cocktail scene. Over 35 participating bars and the world’s best liquor brands will come together to highlight all of the best cocktail concoctions available in Seattle – all while benefiting a local charity in our community.

/ December 9, 2018


Restaurant After Hours 2019

The Seattle Metro Chamber’s annual Restaurant After Hours is one of our most popular events, for good reason. It’s a can’t miss event for making business connections and getting your fill of the best food in the city. Gather with 800 folks from the business community at the Seattle Aquarium to taste the best food […]

/ January 7, 2019


Miri’s at Golden Gardens: Grand Opening

  Miri’s at Golden Gardens is a new beach cafe located on the South End of the historical bathhouse in Golden Gardens. We’ll be dishing up Middle Eastern kebab and flatbread, tiny pancakes called poffertjes, acai bowls, slushies and more! The owners of Miri’s, Gabriel Skoda and Miri Plowman got their start at the Capitol […]

/ May 8, 2018


90’s Afterschool Special

Kick your Friday night off where old school meets new school! We’re bringing local afterschool and summer programs’ STEM activities that will inspire and remind you of the magic these programs spark for our youth. Museum of Flight is bringing Ozobots! Mini-robots that allow students to explore the basics of coding through the use of […]

/ February 22, 2018


Techstars Startup Week Seattle

It’s free to attend any of the 200 sessions on 50 subjects at Techstars Startup Week Seattle Oct. 2-6. View the full schedule at https://seattle.startupweek.co  Topics include retail & manufacturing, funding, food, 3D printing, hardware, fashion, ​personal development, AR/VR/XR, plus 40 more. Presentations, panels, workshops, fireside chats, job fairs, networking opportunities, pitch contests, and big party will be hosted in venues around Seattle, Bellevue, and […]

/ September 19, 2017


Is Seattle too expensive for its cooks? A quick look at a restaurant crisis

V. H. Hammer | Flickr You don’t have to go far around here to find good restaurants. But Seattle area restaurants are having a heck of a time finding good cooks. There’s a shortage, it turns out, of cooks, dishwashers, and other “back of house” restaurant staff in cities all over the country. And Seattle […]

/ August 3, 2017