Spring is here, and there’s plenty to do in our neighborhood! Belltown events in April include tons of foodie activities, tastings, and festivities, so don’t miss them!
- April 4 – Tempus Cellars Wine Dinner at Seatown Seabar & Rotisserie: Walla Walla winery Tempus Cellars will be present at a prix-fixe 4-course dinner at Seatown on April 4th at 6 p.m. Dinner with wine pairings is $75 per person (including tax & gratuity, must be 21+ years of age). Purchase tickets here.
April 4 – 4th Annual Voracious Tasting & Food Awards: Eat and drink up at Seattle Weekly’s Voracious tasting night on April 4th! Seattle’s best restaurants, food trucks, foodies and mixologists will be showing off their stuff at the Paramount from 6 -10 p.m. Belltown restaurant Local 360 will be there, and we suspect others will, too! Tickets/entrance costs are $45/person ($85 VIP).
- April 7-11 & April 14-18 – Seattle Restaurant Week in Belltown: Restaurants all over Belltown are participating in this bi-annual event! Eat a three-course prix-fixe meal for $28 at several Belltown restaurants including El Gaucho, (click the restaurant name to view the menu).
- April 14 – Eat. Run. Hope. (Presented by Ethan Stowell Restaurants): Support Eastside Maternal Fetal Medicine on April 14th. Begin the day with a 5K run/walk at Seward Park, followed by a Chef’s Tent tasting, filled with samplings of food from Seattle’s best chefs (including Tavolata’s Ethan Stowell). Wine pairings and microbrews will be available, and each registrant will receive a Mariner’s ticket. Click here for the schedule, more information, and ticket prices.
April 18 & 19 – Prince at the Showbox at the Market: Music celebrity Prince will be at Seattle’s Showbox at the Market this month on April 18th and 19th (two shows each night, 8 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.) Ticket prices start at $250 and the shows are limited to 21+ years of age. The April 19th shows are already sold out, but you can still get tickets to the April 18th 8 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. shows.
- April 25 – Dining Out for Life in Belltown: Several Belltown and Downtown restaurants will be participating in Dining Out for Life. It’s an annual event, where restaurants donate a portion of their proceeds (each of the Belltown ones will be donating 30%) towards AIDS service organizations. Dine out at 88 Keys, Al Boccalino, Café Paloma, Far Eats, Intrigue Chocolate Co., and Tulio – all of Belltown’s participating restaurants.
Featured photo from the Seattle Restaurant Week Website.