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Washington purveyors clean up at the Good Food Awards, Russell Wilson cleans up for Canlis, and more.

By Danielle Zorn January 23, 2013

Can you do this? You could win $250.

Regulars of Monsoon's Sunday and Monday crab feasts now have three more varieties to choose from: Singapore-style yellow curry, scallion and ginger, and crab in tamarind sauce. The $30 price tag and discounted bottles of wine remain.

Starting February 1, Q Nightclub introduces Flash Fridays, a showcase of international DJS spinning underground dance music past and present. The cover is $10 after 10pm; advanced tickets are $7.


Sozo Friends has partnered with Boka Restaurant to create a Rhone blend called Balance. The wine took home gold at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest contest for American wines, and a portion of sales are going to those in need.

Brush up on those frothing skills for Fonte’s latte art competition taking place January 28 from 6 to 9. Register online before 5pm that day for a chance to snag the $250 first prize.

Off the football field he must be a foodie. Canlis' Facebook page recently boasted photos of Seattle Seahawk (and pro bowlerRussell Wilson kicking it with owners and kitchen staff. 

Five out of the 100 awards handed out at the 2013 Good Food Awards went to Washington purveyors, including Seattle's Firefly Kitchens. The Seattle Times has more on the winners. 

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