WEDNESDAY, May 9
Linda’s Tavern Prom: A Night to Remember
Complete with DJs spinning make-out jams, spiked punch, a photographer capturing ironic formal attire and drunken smiles, and a best-dressed award sash, this will be a night you’ll most likely forget. No cover.
Think and Drink
Imbibe and intellectualize at Humanities Washington’s Think and Drink series hosted by Greenwood’s Naked City Brewery and Taphouse. Scholars Jennifer Stuller and Amy Peloff and moderator Marcie Sillman will lead an open discussion about the media’s portrayal of women, from Wonder Woman and Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Lady Gaga and the Kardashians. The chat kicks off at 7.
FRIDAY, May 11
Taste of Tulalip Ticket Pre-sale
Set the alarm. Pre-sale tickets are up for grabs as of 9am, and you’d be wise to get on that—they go fast. The weekend of chef challenges, demos, tastings, and appearances from the likes of Marcus Samuelsson takes place November 9th and 10th and features more than 120 regional and international wineries. Single tickets cost $85–$225; packages start at $1,300.
SUNDAY, May 13
Take your mama out! Seattle Met recommends a few places.
THURSDAY, May 17
Thursday Night Dinners
The fine people at the Corson Building play host to two Thursday night dinners this month. The dinner on the 17th features an “entirely vegetarian feast,” and on the 31st, wood-fire pizza takes center stage. Call for details: 206-762-3330.
SUNDAY, May 20
Brewer’s Dinner with Hilliard’s Brewery
Chef Dave Sanford of Belle Clementine will design a multicourse menu, pairing each course with one of Hilliard’s tasty brews. $45 includes dinner, beer pairings, gratuity, and a Hilliard’s pint glass to take home. Service starts at 6.
Hitchcock Wine Dinner with Reininger Winery
To celebrate the restaurant’s second anniversary, chef-owner Brendan McGill has planned a six-course dinner with pairings from Walla Walla’s Reininger Winery. The event starts with a cocktail reception at 6, with dinner following at 7.