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Skillet chef, Nick Novello, hands out doughnut holes in front of Skillet Regrade...and in the rain no less, aww. Photo courtesy Skillet

Wed, March 9
Free Doughnut Holes At Skillet Regrade
Every morning this week through Friday, March 11, the recently opened Skillet on Sixth Ave will be making 50 people pretty happy via made-to-order treats. Starting at 8, the first 50 guests will get free, fresh doughnut holes plus a fifteen percent off breakfast card that’s good through mid-April. Hey, not a bad way to start the day for early risers and breakfast lovers.

Sat, March 12
The South Sound Spirits Gathering
No, it’s not a yoga retreat in a state forest—though if that’s your thing, namaste. But it is a great reason to get out of the city and drink local spirits from 18 of Washington’s distilleries at the Olympic Flight Museum in Tumwater. The South Sound Spirits Gathering this Saturday runs from 4 to 9 and offers bites from nearby eateries and sips from the likes of Heritage Distilling, Captive Spirits Big Gin, 3 Howls, and more. Tickets are $40.

New Belgium Free Turkey Leg Night
This Saturday, take a trip to the past...when you ate with your hands at a Medieval Times with cousins in Florida. At Toronado in Roosevelt, if you purchase two New Belgium brews, you will be bestowed with a free turkey leg. Simple as that. Reverly starts at 6. See the Facebook event page for more details.

Hama Hama Farm Days
It's kind of like going apple picking, but requires waterproof knee boots, garden tools, and a love for that salty low-tide aroma. The Hama Hama farm off of Hood Canal is opening its beach to the public this Saturday from noon to 3; think Hama Hama, Blue Pool, or Sea Cow oysters at your sandy finger tips. Though a shellfish license isn't required, an RSVP for your group is a must and days are already beginning to fill up... If you miss out this weekend, there's still Saturdays, April 9 and 23. See the Hama Hama Farm Days event page for details.

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The one and only salty-buttery Coyle's cretzel. 

Image: Nelle Clark

Sun, March 13
Coyle’s Bakeshop Celebrates One Year
Has it been a year of seasonal chiffon cakes and cretzels already? Apparently, yes. And this Greenwood bakery knows just how celebrate: slices of chocolate cake served with Sweet Lo’s ice cream, drinks, and a raffle for Coyle’s Bakeshop goods and gift cards. The birthday party is from 2 to 4, and tickets for the aforementioned treats are $10 at the door.

Sun Liquor Distillery 5th Anniversary Party
Also celebrating a birthday this Sunday, the Capitol Hill distillery is toasting to five years of scratch cocktails made with their own vodka, gin, and barrel-aged rums. The anniversary party goes from 4 until 2 in the morning and entails food and drink specials all evening. There will be a raffle every hour during which some lucky people will win an enviable IOU for Sun Liquor's small batch eggnog (to be issued next holiday season). And last, but certainly not least, Sun Liquor will debut its new bottle shop and tasting room next door at 516 E Pike St. We'll cheers to all of that!

Ticket Alert: Author Dinner at Delancey
Chefs Greg Denton and Gabrielle Quiñónez Denton behind Portland’s beloved Ox restaurant are releasing their first cookbook, Around The Fire. And since Brandon Pettit and the crew at Delancey are hosting this author dinner, a head’s up is definitely in order. The duo will be there on April 11 at 6:30 to chat Argentine-inspired food and cookbooks, as well as sign copies of Around The Fire. The event includes a four-course dinner with wine and a copy of their cookbook. You can purchase your ticket for $120 to reserve a coveted spot at this dinner through Seattle’s own cookbook store, Book Larder.

Please send event details for consideration to [email protected]

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