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Dogfish Head Brewery will take over the taps at Bell and Whete on Wednesday. 

Image via Bell and Whete

Ongoing
Washington Cider Week Continues
The fifth annual cider celebration continues this week with more events, offers, and limited releases. The official website has the still-growing list of events but highlights include a Schilling Cider food pairing at Lisa Nakamura's Gnocchi Bar, Number 6 Cider's first anniversary party, and the week's finale tasting at Beveridge Place Pub.

Wed, September 16
Dogfish Head Brewery Takeover at Bell and Whete
The esteemed Delaware brewery is taking over the taps at Belltown's modern medieval restaurant on Wednesday at 6pm. More than 10 Dogfish Head beers will be on offer including their limited release, the Choc Lobster. The team from Dogfish Head Brewery will be on hand to guide customers through the selection and hand out swag.

Thu, September 17
Kathleen Flinn Comes to Book Larder
Local author Kathleen Flinn will be at Book Larder this Thursday to celebrate the paperback release of her latest book, Burnt Toast Makes You Sing Good. Learn to Preserve founder Brook Hurst Stephens will lead the discussion with Flinn, which will be followed by a blueberry jam-making demo. Tickets are $20 which includes a signed copy of Flinn’s latest book along with a jar of fresh blueberry jam.

Fri, September 18
Daniel’s Broiler Hosts Wine Dinner 
Côte Bonneville’s Kerry Shiels is collaborating with Daniel’s Broiler on Lake Union for a wine dinner on Friday at 6pm. The five-course dinner, which includes dishes such as pan-seared trout, seared duck breast, and prime filet tenderloin medallions, will be paired with specially selected limited production wine from the Sunnyside winery. Tickets are $125 and you can reserve a spot by calling 425-990-6310.

Sat, September 19
Slovenia Cuisine Comes to Pioneer Square
Chef Derek Shankland is celebrating Slovenian cuisine with a multi-course dinner on Saturday at 7pm at the Kitchen by Delicatus in Pioneer Square. The dinner will focus on traditional Slovenian and regional dishes such as triglav mushroom soup, roasted lamb loin with cherry knedle, and flancati (fried pastry filled with yellow peach). Tickets are $45 and you can book a spot through the Dyne app.

TICKET ALERT
Trucktoberfest Comes to Marymoor Park
Mobile Food Rodeo, the organizers behind the popular Seattle Street Food Festival, have announced a new fall addition to their festival calendar. Trucktoberfest will take place on October 3-4 at Marymoor Park and will feature more than 40 breweries from Washington, Oregon, Germany, and California. Unlike other Oktoberfest events, this two-day festival will focus heavily on food, with more than 30 food trucks in attendance. Check out the full lineup here. Day tickets are $25 and includes seven tasting tokens.

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