Thu, October 15
Mar y Montaña Popup
Chopped 2009 winner and Tallulah’s chef Joe Bayley comes back with another round of his land- and sea-influenced Spanish popup. At the Kitchen by Delicatus, Bayley’s segundo Spanish evening will be presented in seven sharable plates over the course of three rounds. For $45 you’ll get a balanced evening of both meat and seafood like thin-sliced dry cured ham, preserved Spanish tuna and more. Tickets are available on Dyne.
Fri, October 16
Ray's Fall Forage Wine Dinner
Ray’s Boathouse and Woodinville’s Betz Family Winery are putting on a fall wine dinner, full of Olympia oysters, Penn Cove mussels, albacore, Foraged and Found mushrooms and more, topped off with preselected wine to compliment the seafood abundance. Tickets are $125 and can be reserved by emailing [email protected] or by calling 206-789-6309.
Sat, October 17
Untraditional Tapas Class
Bourgeoisie Brunches of Capitol Hill has added tapas to its repertoire of cannabis cooking classes. This $60 session requires you to bring your own weed to learn the scientific basics, plus get some cannabis cooking pointers.
Sun, October 18
Harvest Party at Bottlehouse
Halloween is fast approaching and Bottlehouse is doing it the right way. The Madrona wine bar will offer wine and cider tastings, live music and autumnal specials, plus a pumpkin carving contest. Go all out. Carve up your very own Pumpkin Krueger…or Pumpkin Krug. General admission is $14 on Sosh, $16 at the door.
Cafe Nordo’s cocktail-fueled dinner theater, Sauced, returns with music, mystery, a noir history of mixology, and bar snacks paired with cocktails by the esteemed Murray Stenson. Sauced runs October 15 through December 20 in a faux speakeasy within Nordo's Culinarium; tickets are $60 to $85.
Edible Insect Tasting Soiree
Chef David George Gordon will lead another edible insect tasting at Marx Foods on Lower Queen Anne on Friday, October 27. Just think about all that protein. All attendees will sample what’s said to be the food of the future, and take home doggie bags of their favorite arthropods. Tickets are $10.