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Fried chicken and waffles to be had daily in Belltown. Photo courtesy Local 360

 Wed, December 30
Local 360 on Brunch Repeat
It’s like a better version of Groundhog Day in which you relive the weekend’s most popular meal every day. Now through January 3, Local 360 is running brunch daily from 10 to 3 (resuming to its 9 to 3 time slot this weekend), then casually rolling into happy hour at 4 along with dinner. Brunch here includes dishes like pork belly chop salad, fried chicken and waffles with maple-pepper jelly, and rabbit sausage biscuit sandwich with bourbon gastrique with grits. Fret not, power lunchers. Regular lunch hours and menu will resume on January 4. 

Thu, December 31
A Nosh Pit rundown of Where To Dine, Party, and Toast This New Year

Fri, January 1
New Year Rare Beer At The Beer Junction
For those looking to imbibe your way through 2016, this is a great place to start. The Beer Junction in West Seattle is breaking out some rare beers from the cellar including a 2011 vintage imperial stout from Colorado’s Avery Brewing. Also on tap: Fremont Brew 1000, Firestone 18th anniversary, Dogfish Head olde chool English barleywine, and more. The taps start dispensing the rare brews on New Year’s day at 11am.

Sun, January 3
Tavolàta’s January Sunday Feast
Clear your Sunday because a lobster feast is happening. Ethan Stowell’s Italian eatery in Belltown is starting its Sunday Feast series with a heroic amount of lobster. There will be over a dozen iterations of the crustacean including lobster terrine, lobster ravioli with black truffles, lobster deviled egg with pancetta, and lobster risotto. Dinner begins at 6 and tickets are $80 per person.

Ticket Alert: Pike Chocofest
The annual chocolate, beer, and chocolate beer lovefest returns to Pike Place Market January 31. This year, expect over 65 breweries, bakeries, wineries, chocolatiers, and more from the Seattle area serving up drinks and bites at Pike Brewing. As a bonus, there will also be a festival within a festival: rare cask beers—many including the titular ingredient—from Puget Sound’s top brewers. Tickets are $50.


Submit event details for consideration at noshplanner@seattlemet.com

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