Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: July 23–29
This week: two farm-to-table dinners, two booze-and-art collaborations, and a ramen popup for good measure
THURSDAY, July 24
Feast on the Farm
Stewardship Partners, Salmon-Safe, and Duvall's Local Roots Farm will be teaming up for another annual Feast on the Farm dinner. This year’s dinner will be prepared by Westward’s Zoi Antonitsas, and the lucky few who scored tickets will get to see just what she can do with a pile of local seafood. Though tickets are sold out, those who wish to support Snoqualmie restoration efforts can still make a donation.
FRIDAY, July 25
Clips Beer and Film Tour
New Belgium Brewing’s annual tour will make a stop in Seattle this week, with short film screenings at Gas Works Park from 8pm to 11pm. Up to 17 varieties of New Belgium beer will be on tap. Admission is free, and 100 percent of the proceeds from each $1.25 sample or $5 beer will benefit local nonprofit organizations.
SATURDAY, July 26
Taste and Tunes
Woodinville Wine Country will bring together 20 wineries and four live music acts for a Saturday wine fest in the heart of Woodinville’s Warehouse District from 1 to 5pm. Tickets ($35) include a wineglass, bag, and 20 tasting tickets for sampling each winery’s wares.
SUNDAY, July 27
Pair Farm Dinner
Certified organic Helsing Junction Farm will host chef Derek Bugge of neighborhood bistro Pair for a farm dinner complete with cider and wine pairings, tours, and u-pick vegetables. Helsing Junction is 30 minutes outside of Olympia, so it’ll be a pilgrimage—and those who don’t want to brave the trek home can pay an extra $12 to camp and enjoy a yogurt and granola breakfast. Tickets ($110) are available online.
Ramen Night at Miyabi 45th
Chef Mutsuko Soma will bring her third ramen popup to Miyabi 45th for lunch and dinner. Walk-ins are welcome for the a la carte meal, which will include offerings from $11 spicy miso ramen to $3.50 shrimp tempura onigiri.