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Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: December 9–15

The week in which: Le Petit Cochon goes whole duck, Chophouse Row parties, and Tini Bigs turns sweet 19.

By Rosin Saez December 9, 2015

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Drinking, shopping, music all here this Thursday. Photo via Chophouse Row Facebook

Thu, December 10
19th Anniversary Party at Tini Bigs
As of this Thursday, the Frank Sinatra–loving cocktail lounge will have been open a consecutive 6,947 days, or just over 19 years of business on Lower Queen Anne. It’s a bittersweet milestone as Nosh Pit reported last month that the building Tini Bigs calls home is being redeveloped next year. But we say live in the present and celebrate their last year in teenhood with half off food and cocktails.

Chophouse Row Holiday Party
In an alcove off 11th avenue in Capitol Hill, sip on warm wintry cocktails while Screaming Queens as well as DJ Wesley Holmes provide the musical backdrop to your holiday shopping and general merrymaking this Thursday. Local shops and restaurants in Chophouse Row, including but not limited to Niche Outside, Kurt Farm Shop, Amandine, and Chop Shop Cafe and Bar, will be hosting a holiday party full of music, snacks, drinks, and handmade gifts for all. Festivities go from 5 to 8

 Sat, December 12
Seattle Milk Fund’s Annual CookieFest
For those with a Cookie Monster level of obsession for cookies, this is your event. Starting at 10am in Seattle Center’s Armory loft is what only can be described as a big-ass bake sale. Local bakeries will be selling holiday-inspired baked goods, proceeds of which all will benefit Seattle Milk Fund’s childcare and family support program.

Sun, December 13
Smorgasbord Brunch at the Corson Building
Usually reserved for Sunday suppers only, a brunch service is quite a rare occurrence at this Georgetown venue. As the title implies, expect, well, a little bit of everything at this smorgasbord-inspired family-style prix fixe brunch. Reservations accepted from 10 until 1:30 and tickets are $50.

Tue, December 15
Le Petit Cochon Hosts a Mighty Duck Dinner
It’s not an ode to the ’90s hockey flick, but actually the final offal dinner of 2015 for the French gastropub. Using duck from Puyallup’s Pleasant View Farm in this nose to tail—or bill to tail feather—dinner, chef Derek Ronspies will be serving an array of duck-centric dishes like crispy duck foot in a sesame oyster marinade, duck neck poutine, foie gras ice cream sandwich, and more. Tickets are $79.

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