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This Classic Cucumber Sandwich is perfect for warm weather

Tea sandwiches are perfect for any outdoor gathering and this is our first in a summer series.

Thank you to The Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook for sending us this gorgeous book and recipe!

Classic Cucumber Sandwich

Yields 10–12 Sandwiches

Classic Cucumber Sandwich_FINAL01Ingredients

  • 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
  • 1/3 cup mayonnaise
  • 1 medium cucumber, peeled, seeded, and finely chopped
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground white pepper
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh dill
  • 24 slices white bread
  • 12 sprigs dill, for garnish


  1. Blend cream cheese and mayonnaise in a blender until smooth, scraping down sides and blending thoroughly.
  2. Combine cream cheese mixture with cucumber, garlic salt, white pepper, and chopped dill. Spread mixture on top of twelve white bread slices, and garnish with dill sprigs. Cover with other bread slices to form sandwiches. Cut and discard crusts from bread, then cut sandwiches into quarters.

Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook Expanded Ed_COVER

This gorgeous expanded edition provide features recipes for more than 150 dishes inspired by the award-winning series. 

Taking inspiration from both the show and the times — and featuring dozens of photos as well as historical insights — the cookbook will delight any Downton Abbey fan as well as home cooks with a taste for the way people (both upstairs and downstairs) ate in a bygone era. From cucumber sandwiches and berry scones for afternoon tea to dinner party fare of smoked salmon mousse and stuffed leg of lamb with almond fig sauce and hearty staff lunches featuring Yorkshire pudding and bubble and squeak, readers will become real life Mrs. Patmores as they turn out food fit for the Crawleys!

Times Gone By

Legend has it that one of Queen Victoria’s ladies-in-waiting is the creator of afternoon tea. Knowing the Queen felt hungry around four p.m. and perhaps fretted before dinner, her lady-in-waiting started the trend of serving tea with a few breadstuffs. Soon, teatime had taken hold of England.

“Excerpted from The Unofficial Downton Abbey Cookbook, Expanded Edition by Emily Ansara Baines. Copyright © 2012, 2014, 2019 by Simon & Schuster, Inc. Used with permission of the publisher, Adams Media, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. All rights reserved.”

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Elysian Brewing’s Iconic Pumpkin Beer Lineup has Arrived!

September 2017 •  basil & salt

It’s that time of the year again! Fall is quickly approaching and Elysian Brewing’s iconic pumpkin beer lineup has arrived!

As the founders of the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival (in its 13th year!) with over two decades of brewing pumpkin-infused brews, Elysian is not only obsessed with pumpkins but committed to brewing the perfect recipe. With four pumpkin-infused beers, Elysian remains committed to innovation and reinvention, as showcased in its two decade history of brewing unique, pumpkin-infused ales. The lineup is as follows:

  • Night Owl Pumpkin Ale (6.7% ABV; in 12 oz; 22 oz, draft) – A very drinkable pumpkin ale —brewed with seven and a half pounds of pumpkin per barrel and spiced in conditioning with ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and allspice.
  • Elysian_GREAT PUMPKINThe Great Pumpkin Imperial Pumpkin Ale (8.4% ABV; in 22 oz, draft) – Pours deep copper with ghostly white head. Intense pumpkin, sugar and spice on the nose with a nice bready and malty backdrop to tame all those autumn spices into a remarkably smooth, balanced and delectable fall treat. Extra pumpkin and roasted seeds are added to the mash, kettle and fermenter. Spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and allspice.
  • Dark O’ The Moon Pumpkin Stout (7.5% ABV; in 22 oz, draft) – This pumpkin stout pours dark as night with a creamy tan head. A slight smokiness on the nose with malty bittersweet chocolate and a little coffee with subtle earthy pumpkin and spices for an overall nice and creamy mouth.
  • Punkuccino Coffee Pumpkin Ale – (6% ABV; in 22 oz, draft) – Beer and caffeine. Why not? A pumpkin ale with the attitude of a world-weary barista, Punkuccino packs a short shot of Stumptown coffee in your pint with just a shake of cinnamon and nutmeg.

Each will be available in select markets starting in September, as well as on-site at Elysian’s 13th annual Great Pumpkin Beer Festival.

Save the Date!!  Friday September 29th and Saturday September 30th at the Seattle Center. Purchase tickets here.

In addition to loads of pumpkin brews, local food trucks, Chaotic Noise Marching Corps, KEXP DJs Riz Rollins & Stevie Zoom, pumpkin carving, and fall festivities scattered throughout the event – New to GPBF this year (drumroll please…) we are partnering with FRED HUTCH!

What is Elysian’s Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, you ask?

The annual celebration of pumpkin brews will showcase over 80 unique pumpkin beers from brewers across the country, including 20 or more from Elysian’s pumpkin-crazed brewers and their collaborators. For those who haven’t been to GPBF – we have a giant, several hundred pound pumpkin that is scooped, scorched, filled with Elysian pumpkin beer, sealed, conditioned, and then tapped at the fest for all to enjoy.


Salt & Char’s Raspberry “Cartwheel”

Sip your way into spring with the Raspberry Cartweel. Made with Jameson, raspberries, raspberry & tarragon shrub, Punt e Mes, and egg white, this cocktail is light and refreshing and makes the most of seasonal flavors. Bright and tart, it’s great for sipping on the porch in a spring breeze.

Raspberry Cartwheel

  • Difficulty: Sinfully delicious
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Coctail raspberryIngredients

  • 1 1/2 oz Jameson
  • 1/2 oz Punt e Mes
  • 1/2 oz lemon juice
  • 1/2 oz Raspberry & Tarragon Shrub
  • 3/4 oz Raspberry Purée
  • 1 egg white


Recipe and photo: Courtesy of Salt & Char in Saratoga Springs, NY  Follow on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

Give the Ultimate Gift this Holiday Season: A Weekend Pass to the Seattle Wine and Food Experience

All You’ll Really Want for Christmas is Food and Wine

Looking for a unique, affordable and delicious gift idea this holiday? Give the gift of the ultimate Seattle culinary experience with tickets to the Seattle Wine and Food Experience (SWFE) weekend of events on February 24 – 26.

The newly-expanded weekend features three events: POP! Bubbles & Seafood, Comfort (NEW) and the Grand Tasting. A total indulgence for foodies, the weekend includes more than 300 of Seattle’s best chefs from gastro pubs to fine dining establishments, distillers, local cider and brew masters with more than 600 wines making this Experience the perfect holiday gift for the food and wine lover in your life.

Need more convincing? Here are the top 5 reasons to attend each event:

POP! Bubbles & Seafood  Friday, February 24, 2016 at McCaw Hall

  1. Champagne, Sparkling Wine, Cava, Cremant and more than 40 kinds of bubbles to sample
  2. World-class seafood, including oyster bars, from 20 of Seattle’s best chefs
  3. Saber-Off Competition featuring local celebrities and incredible tunes by DJ Dubreezy
  4. The Callebaut Belgium Chocolate Lounge featuring bites from Seattle’s top pastry chefs
  5. Dozens of Reserve Red wines from top wineries

Comfort: Seattle’s Best Feel-Good Foods and Crafty Brews  Saturday, February 25, 2016 at Fremont Foundry

  1. Comfort is the newest and coziest addition to the Experience
  2. Mac & cheese, burgers, doughnut wall, fried chicken and many more comfort foods
  3. More than 50 craft beers, ciders, bubbly and more to quench your thirst between tasty bites
  4. Do-it-Yourself Bars: Hot Toddy, Bloody Mary, s’mores, fry potato bar and more
  5. Rock out with your friends to tunes by DJ Branden Landon and take photos in the Shutterbus

The Grand TastingSunday, February 26, 2016 at McCaw Exhibition Hall

  1. More than 500 wines, plus tastes from distilleries, beer and cider, Oh My!
  2. Fare from 25 local chefs and 25 specialty food makers
  3. Explore the Celebrity Modern Luxury Lounge for a chance to win a cruise!
  4. Yakima Valley Craft Food and Beverage Exhibit
  5. The Savor Experience from San Luis Obispo County
  6. The Sweet Suite–Indulge to your heart’s content
  7. The “Pearls” of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates with wines from Canon 13, Intrinsic, Mamma Mia and more
  8. Taste from Nicky Farms exotic meats, Heritage Meats Butchery Block and Sustainable Alaska Seafood
  9. Buy your favorite wine, beer, cider and spirits from the QFC product store benefitting Les Dames d’Escoffier

Seattle Wine and Food Experience, presented by Seattle magazine, brings the city’s vibrant culinary and beverage scene to life. The Weekend Pass ($220) is the best deal for that special foodie on your holiday shopping list. For more details on the events including pricing packages, visit

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About Seattle Magazine

For more than 50 years, Seattle magazine has chronicled the life and dynamic changes of one of the most innovative, forward-thinking cities in the United States. With a readership of more than 191,000 and a circulation of 46,000, it’s the most subscribed-to city magazine in Washington state, connecting locals and newcomers to the best local food, travel, wine, beer, spirits, design, arts, culture, people, businesses and tech the region offers. Seattle magazine is published by Minneapolis-based Tiger Oak Publications which also publishes Seattle Business, Seattle Bride and 2 custom publications locally as well as dozens of other titles across the country. Learn more at and at

About Les Dames d’Escofier Seattle

The event benefits Les Dames d’Escoffier Seattle, a 501c3 non-profit organization of women leaders in food, beverage and hospitality whose mission is education, advocacy, and philanthropy. Les Dames d’Escoffier Seattle focuses on raising funds for scholarships for women in the culinary, beverage, and hospitality industries, and also supports community-outreach programs and sustainable-agriculture projects based in Washington State.

Roche Bobois and Ocean Drive Magazine Collaborated with A-List Celebrities and Renowned Street Artists

gilles-bonan-heidi-klumOn the evening of November 29th, 2016, renowned luxury furniture brand Roche Bobois partnered with Ocean Drive magazine to co-host their Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 kick off celebration, “Art of the Party,” at Roche Bobois’ Wynwood location. Over 350 guests attended, eager to discover Roche Bobois and Ocean Drive magazine’s highly anticipated exhibition of “The Furtif Art Project,” as well as the unveiling of Ocean Drive’s December 2016 issue featuring host and cover star Heidi Klum .

For this one-of-a-kind artistic collaboration, Roche Bobois and Ocean Drive called upon six notable talents who reimagined and transformed the iconic FURTIF desks into works of art by Heidi Klum, Venus Williams for V Starr Interiors, Kelly “RISK” Graval, Santiago Rubino, TYPOE, and AHOL, to raise money for one of Miami’s most notable and respected charity 0rganizations, Lotus House; the auction of Heidi Klum’s design will benefit UNICEF. The auction ran until December 5th on Bidding For Good. The event brought together a number of A-listers, designers, media influencers, and important members of the business and philanthropic sectors including Heidi Klum, Venus Williams, lead actors of the film VANDAL, Daniel Zovatto, Otmara Marrero, Manolo Vergara, Frankie Alvarez, and its Executive Producers Jaydee Freixas and Tony Gonzalez , ESPN’s Desmond Howard, artists Typoe, Santiago Rubino, Kelly “RISK” Graval, AHOL SNIFFS GLUE and more.

The Roche Bobois Wynwood location was completely transformed for this special evening, featuring an outdoor area with two of the six redesigned FURTIF desks. A vibrant vignette of Roche Bobois’ BUBBLE sofas gave guests a relaxing space to watch live graffiti installation on the exterior wall of the building by renowned artist, Kelly “RISK” Graval. Footage from the RISK’s demonstration is planned to be included in the upcoming independent feature film about street art and its culture, VANDAL, produced by Jaydee Freixas and Tony Gonzalez. Two additional lounges were complete with colorful
MAH JONG sofas to provide intimate seating for guests and an exclusive VIP lounge for Heidi Klum. A Caroline Bay Bermuda Ritz Carlton Resort booth lounge was also on display where guests could sit and an enjoy an exclusive hour long performance by the renowned DJ, re-mix producer and MC of Major Lazer, Walshy Fire. Inside, guests discovered the remaining four desks on exhibit before placing their generous bids at the auction kiosk.

The FURTIF desk was the perfect canvas to bring the six artists’ visions to life and support a beautiful cause. Venus Williams noted, “Just like every match, point and opponent is different, the design for this desk required a similar approach. It must be viewed from a myriad of different perspectives to be truly seen and appreciated.”

Roche Bobois is a long term supporter of Lotus House, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of homeless women, youth, and children. The charity, founded by Constance Collins, houses over 250 women and children on a daily basis where residents can live for up to a year, allowing these fragile families the time and tools needed to heal.

Photos Courtesy World Red Eye

About Roche Bobois:
Roche Bobois, a leader in high-end furniture, has always been known for its creativity, high quality, European know-how, and customization. Those values are brought to life through two distinct collections: Les Contemporains which embodies innovative and modern design, and Les Nouveaux Classiques which boldly reinvents traditional furniture, creating the classics of tomorrow. Much like the Fashion industry the company launches two furniture and accessories collections each year. Each furniture piece is born from a close collaboration between the brand, designers, and European manufacturers to bring the best of French Art de Vivre into one’s home. Founded in 1960 and with a network of over 250 stores in more than 50 countries, Roche Bobois has just celebrated its 40th anniversary in the United States. There are currently 27 locations in the US; the brand has recently introduced 3 new showrooms in Paramus, NJ, Aventura, FL, and Pasadena, CA and
continues to grow with an average of one new showroom opening every month worldwide. Experience French Art de Vivre at,, and on Instagram @rochebobois.
About Ocean Drive Magazine:
Ocean Drive magazine is the quintessential fashion and lifestyle magazine for South Florida, delivering the latest trends in fashion, beauty, art, travel, real estate, and entertainment. With its infectious glimpse into high and hip society, this glossy, oversized coffee-table book has become a staple in the homes of discerning, high-end audiences. Featuring sizzling content that is always ahead of the curve, Ocean Drive magazine delivers firsthand kno wledge of new trends and captures the essence of the American Riviera. Ocean Drive magazine is published by GreenGale Publishing LLC, publisher of
city-specific publications including: Aspen Peak, Austin Way, Boston Common, Capitol File, Gotham, Hamptons, Los Angeles Confidential, Michigan Avenue, Philadelphia Style and Vegas magazines
Its custom publishing titles include Art Basel, Wynn, Maison & Objet, The Mall at Short Hills and The Mall of San Juan. Through its strategic distribution model and significant investment in verified data from Nielsen Claritas, GreenGale Publishing is the only regional, lifestyle publishing company that is guaranteed to reach the sophisticated and affluent audience in each of our cities. GreenGale Publishing titles exceed 13,000 pages with a combined annual distribution of 4.1 million copies nationally.
About Lotus House:
Lotus House is an organization dedicated to improving the lives of homeless women, youth, and children. Today, we house over 250 women and children (130 children) on a daily basis, where they are permitted to live free up to a year to give these fragile families the time and tools needed to heal, improve the quality of their lives on every level, achieve greater self sufficiency, and transition to their new homes. We serve over 450 women and children on an annual basis. Utilizing an innovative, trauma-informed, holistic format, Lotus House provides shelter and multi-faceted, comprehensive supportive services, including access to medical and mental health care, parenting education, counseling and parent/child therapy, life skills and educational advancement, job readiness training, and a host of enrichment activities from art and acupuncture to yoga and meditation offering alternative pathways to healing. In the dreams come true of those we serve, we are all
enriched by the fruit of their potential realized.

Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen Debuts Second Location In Downtown San Luis Obispo


In demand eatery expands its commitment to serving organic, local food

With an innovative seasonal menu that reflects the abundance of fresh, organic foods on the Central Coast, Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen works with local purveyors and farmers to source only the freshest organic and local produce, grass-fed and natural meats, as well as local fish. Breads are always crafted by local bakers who are celebrated artisans of their trade, wine lists are curated to showcase the diversity of the area’s wine region, and special care is taken to ensure the menu delivers bold flavors and innovative, seasonal offerings.

The Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen San Luis Obispo team is led by Executive Chef Justin Casey and Chef Elijah Blackburn. Chef Casey, who has trained under Michelin starred chefs and worked at such praised Bay Area restaurants as Aqua and Thermidor, brings his farm-fresh, seasonal culinary approach to the Thomas Hill kitchen. “I like to focus on using great products and treating them with respect and love,” shares Casey, who strives to create “simple yet elegant food that’s memorable.” Continues Casey, “San Luis has offered me a great place to cook and raise a family, and I am very excited to be working with a restaurant that puts so much focus on utilizing the best of what the Central Coast has to offer.”

In addition to a menu that changes weekly depending on the season and availability of ingredients, Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen in San Luis Obispo features a full bar serving innovative cocktails and Central Coast wines to complement the locally-focused, seasonal menu.

The much celebrated Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen in Paso Robles–established in 2009–was one of the first restaurants in the area to craft a menu dedicated to organic, locally-sourced ingredients. Following the success of her Paso Robles location, owner and visionary Debbie Thomas decided to open a second location in San Luis Obispo to accommodate the demand for her authentic, regional cuisine while furthering her passion for sharing fresh, locally sourced ingredients with the Central Coast. “I am looking forward to being a part of San Luis Obispo with its thriving and vibrant downtown,” says Thomas.

Having spent over four years discussing the possibility of a Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen expansion into San Luis Obispo, Thomas is confident now is the perfect time to carry out this growth. “People on the Central Coast have adopted the movement of farm-to-table and buying local,” says Thomas. And, with the development of the new mixed-use space in downtown San Luis Obispo’s Chinatown, the timing seemed right. Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen in San Luis Obispo is located on Monterey Street above the newly-opened Williams Sonoma, near Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa.

Hours for the San Luis Obispo location are:

  • Brunch ~ Saturday & Sunday, 9am to 3pm
  • Lunch ~ Monday through Friday, 11am to 3pm
  • Dinner ~ Sunday through Thursday, 5pm to 10pm; Friday & Saturday, 5pm to midnight

Sampling of the Fall Menu


Tito’s Moscow Mule

Casamigos Silver Margarita

Hendrick’s Highballs


Crisp Pork Belly Benedict

Lemon Ricotta Pancakes


Baby Beet & Burrata Salad

Black Lentil Tacos

Main ~ Lunch

Painted Hills Hangar Steak Salad

Furikake Crusted Ahi Tuna

Main ~ Dinner

Jerk Spiced Maple Duck Two Ways

Niman Ranch Pork Tenderloin


Salted Caramel Panna Cotta

Negranti Creamery Sheep’s Milk Ice Cream

About Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen

With a dynamic menu reflecting local abundance, Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen sources a vivid array of fresh ingredients to create bold, imaginative dishes. What began as a humble organic CSA showcasing the Central Coast’s bounty quickly evolved into a popular destination for honest food, creatively prepared. Owner Debbie Thomas and the culinary team believe in the significance of organic, regionally-produced food, working with local farmers and purveyors for poultry, seafood, grass-fed beef, lamb and exotic meats. Nearby farmers provide all fruits and vegetables, which are always straight-from-the-earth fresh, and breads are crafted by local bakers who are celebrated artisans of their trade. The new Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen in San Luis Obispo is located at 858 Monterey St. San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, or call 805.457.1616. The Paso Robles location is 1313 Park St., Paso Robles, CA 93446, or call 805.226.5888. For more information about Thomas Hill Organic Kitchen or to make a reservation, please visit

Russell’s Winemaker Dinner Series: Chef Russell Lowell Pairs with Page Cellars


Page Cellars Wine Dinner with Winemaker Jim Page

Thursday, November 11, 2016     $85.00



Roasted Tomato & Pepper Nage, Paired with 2012 “Lick My Lips” Merlot


 Red & Yellow Beet Salad with Chevre on Mixed Greens with a Champagne Vinaigrette, Paired with 2010 “Silver Top” Syrah


Mesquite Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Walla Walla & Poblano Pepper Melange, Paired with 2010 Red Mountain Reserve Cabernet 


Chocolate Pecan Pie with Bourbon Whipped Cream, Paired with 2013 James Henry Tempranillo 


3305 Monte Villa Parkway, Bothell    425.486.4072


New Food and Beverage Duo for “Ernest Loves Agnes” debuts this month

chef-david-nicholsErnest Loves Agnes transitions into fall with an exciting culinary line-up led by Chef David Nichols. A new food and beverage duo will be formed with the addition of Veronika Groth behind the bar and the wine list will be refreshed by consultant, Edan Smitchz.

A Pacific Northwest native, Chef David Nichols brings his taste for the Mediterranean flavors to the menu, Thursday November 3rd.

David was raised on his family’s working farm in Cashmere, Washington (between Wenatchee and Leavenworth) and has a deep appreciation for fresh and locally grown food.  In 2003, he moved to New York City where he attended the French Culinary Institute and worked for Chef Marc Murphy at the Landmarc Tribeca. Immediately following culinary school, he moved to Italy and worked in the small northern town of Meduno for 8 months. Then David was off on more world adventures working in the Turks and Caicos for a year and Sydney, Australia for 10 months. In 2006, he returned to New York where he was named Executive Chef for the Landmarc at the Time Warner Center and in 2011 he was appointed as Executive Chef for Benchmarc Restaurant Group. In 2014, David opened Irvington at the W Union Square with the Gerber Group.

David’s cooking is enthused by the romance of world travel and the destinations that coincide with many of the countries visited by Ernest Hemingway; the restaurant’s namesake.  He has an affinity for the rustic, regional seafood dishes found in southern Italy and the Mediterranean, the classic feta, pickled peppers and lamb served in Greece, chickpeas, cumin, merguez sausage and tomatoes from North Africa, and citrus, spicy sausage and cheese specific to southern France and Spain.  At dinner, Nichols brings spice-forward dishes to the Ernest Loves Agnes menu to include an Octopus Terrine-‘nduja, apple, potato, chicory or a piquant assembly of Braised Chicken, chickpeas, tomatoes, merguez sausage.  Those dishes will be joining the house made pizzas and pasta for which the restaurant is well-known; classics like a comforting Tagliatelle Carbonara-egg, house cured bacon and parmesan and versions with a southern Italian influence like the Chitarra pasta with crab, watercress, preserved lemon, chilies and breadcrumbs. “The flavors of the Mediterranean are just a part of my cooking DNA,” says David.  “I love those big, bold, bright spices and I feel like the ingredients from those regions fit in well with the premise of Ernest Loves Agnes.”

Happy Hour fans will find the same Mediterranean thread woven into the menu: Albacore Tartine- kohlrabi, white beans, olives and smoked onion aioli, Shrimp Escabeche- fennel, chilies and herbs and Lamb meatballs-whipped ricotta, red onions and mint. “I think that the menu changes will make our regular neighborhood diners pleased,” says Nichols. “And adventurous eaters should be happy, too.”

veronika-grothThe bar at Ernest Loves Agnes gets a fresh shot when bartender Veronika Groth, whose many fans have enjoyed her inventive cocktails at Poppy restaurant on Capitol Hill, joins the team in early November. She’ll be connecting the drink experience to Nichols food, inspired by spices like turmeric, thyme, fennel and cumin as the foundation for the cocktail experience. There will be a healthy selection of Italian amari and spirits on the menu, alongside local and regional beer on tap and bottle and cans from Italy, Spain and France.

Wine drinkers will be delighted with the restaurant’s restyled wine list by Edan Smitchz, former wine director at Ray’s Boathouse with a level 2 credential from the Court of Master Sommeliers. The list that Edan has assembled for the restaurant will highlight lighter varietals from Washington State, whites from Germany and Spain and lesser known white and red wines from southern Italy that will stand up to Nichols’ spicier dishes.

About Ernest Loves Agnes

Ernest Loves Agnes is an Italian-inspired Kitchen, Bar and Pizzeria located on the corner of 19th & Mercer in North Capitol Hill.  Ernest Loves Agnes is a full-service restaurant, with daily dinner offerings and brunch on the weekends.  Additionally, the bar and café feature an extensive list of winec, cocktails, amaro, and espresso.  In its first 10 months of opening Ernest Love Agnes has been featured in Sunset Magazine, Gray Magazine, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, Seattle Magazine, The Seattle Times, Sunset Magazine, Eater Seattle, Seattle Weekly, The Stranger, Eat Drink Lucky, Zagat, ParentMap, Evening Magazine and ABC’s The Chew. Ernest Lovs Agnes is located at 600 and 602 19th Ave. E and at

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Tastings: October 28 through 30th

What are your plans for the weekend?

Tasting Central

Patterson Cellars Grapes & Grooves Weekend Music | Billy Stoops

October 28, 2016 (Fri) from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Patterson Cellars Hollywood Hill Tasting Room
14505 148th Avenue NE
Woodinville, WA 98072     425.892.2964

Cost:Wine by the glass & bottle available for purchase   
Visit the Patterson Cellars Hollywood Hill tasting room for live music starting at 7 pm. Gourmet pizza, salads and appetizers are available for purchase from Vivi Pizzeria. Visit Event

Accoustic Nights at Castillo de Feliciana – Woodinville 

October 28th, 2016 ( Fri ) from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Castillo de Feliciana – Woodinville Tasting Room
15114 148th Ave NE
Woodinville, WA 98072


Cost:no cover but food and/or wine purchase necessary   
Visit  Acoustic Nights at Castillo de Feliciana – Woodinville with music by David Flett. Space is limited, arrive early, no reservations accepted. No cover but food and/or wine…

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