So have you gotten your ticket yet? No really, have you? Seattle’s own sushi pioneer Shiro Kashiba of the previously owned Shiro’s Sushi will be preparing and showcasing sushi techniques in Pike Place Market on November 2nd. The event is FREE to the general public, but for extra perks, tickets are only $20. Keep in mind tickets are limited and you are able to be the first in line to participate in the tasting segment of the demonstration. With the ticket price you get an autographed copy of his book which he will sign after the event and EARLY entrance (priority seating) to the tasting. This will be an event you will not want to miss!
More information on Facebook here: Sushi with Shiro: A Demonstration and Tasting
Hope to see you there!
Seattle Restaurant Week has arrived, Marcus Samuelsson is making an appearance in Seattle, and fun-filled ‘spooktacular’ foodie events coming up!
Seattle Restaurant Week
3-Courses: Lunch – $15, Dinner – $30
Hands down, this is my favorite food truck in Seattle! I have no idea what took me so long to blog and rave all over the place about this truck.
Thanks to my girl Ishea of Six Twenty Seven, she informed me that Restaurant Zoe was having their first ever Pop-up Brunch. I’ve never been to this restaurant and I’ve always wanted to ever since I lived in Belltown – where they were located originally before moving up to Capitol Hill. Looking at the menu before going, I noticed this wasn’t your average brunch. Put on by Chef/restaurateur Scott Staples, there was a scramble with duck confit, a funnel cake with pork belly, baked eggs with more duck, and even green eggs and ham. Reading this menu, I was definitely sold and patiently waited for Sunday to roll around…
Behold what I call the mecca of this whole weekend festival – Night Market! This is the event that I look forward to the most. An outdoor event where chefs from all over come to showcase a delightful tasting of global street food.
The time has finally come… and unfortunately now it’s over. Feast Portland to me is like the New York Food & Wine Festival of the Pacific Northwest. You almost need to plan a whole year around attending this 4-day event. It’s most likely just me doing the most, but budgeting the cost of the event, travel costs, and living expenses takes a lot of saving up on my part.
After nine years of admiring this restaurant when I lived in San Francisco during college and living on a broke student budget, it finally happened! Moving to Seattle after college, I was able to land a wonderful job which allowed me to live a bit more comfortably and actually save money – which was non-existent before; especially with the high cost of living in SF. I’m sure everyone has those few restaurants they dream of dining at and this was one of them for me.
So picture it: I’m on my lunch break and walking towards the market to grab something quick. As I am walking back to work, I see the Off The Rez food truck. I look down at my bag of Pike Place Market goodies, look up at the truck, look back down at my food, look back up at the truck and then finally say “Screw it! I’m getting some Indian tacos!” Off The Rez is a food truck produces Native American inspired food. Their specialty are Indian tacos, but have other menu items that include burgers, fries, and chili (which I haven’t tried yet).