Enjoy lots of fun in Belltown this month, with plenty of events that you won’t want to miss…

April 1: Pizza Class
9:50am – 11:30am | Serious Pie Virginia
Serious Pie on Virginia Street is offering a pizza class on Saturday, April 1st. Learn about the pizza and ingredients used at Serious Pie, plus get hands-on instruction and experience stretching and shaping the pizza dough, topping it with your choice of ingredients, baking and turning it to cook it perfectly, and finally, eating your ‘za with a glass of wine! Classes are limited to 12 people, and the cost is $50/person.

April 1: Free Tour of The Paramount Theatre
10am – 11:30am | The Paramount Theatre
On the first Saturday of each month, The Paramount Theatre offers free tours of its historic facilities. This month, the tour is from 10 a.m. until about 11:30 a.m. on April 1st. Meet in the main entrance of the theatre by 10 a.m. to participate.

April 2: Lamb Feast at Tavolàta
6pm – 9pm | Tavolàta in Belltown
Coming up on April 2nd, Tavolàta’s Sunday Dinner for this month is … lamb! This family-style dinner includes eight courses, plus a delicious dessert of rhubarb crostata. There will be some yummy lamb dishes such as lamb tartare, pickled lamb heart, lamb meatball, lamb T-bone, and Calabrian chili brined lamb leg. Dinner is at 6 p.m., and the meal is $85 per person. Reservations are required, so call 206-838-8008 to reserve your spot.

April 2-6 & 9-13: Seattle Restaurant Week at Belltown Restaurants
Dinner | Belltown Restaurants
Several Belltown restaurants are participating in this season’s Seattle Restaurant Week, with three courses for $32: AQUA by El Gaucho, Belltown Brewing, Dahlia Lounge, El Gaucho, Local 360, Lola, Mama’s Cantina, Orfeo, Palace Kitchen, TanakaSan, Tavolàta, and WASABI.

April 5: Yakima Valley AVA Dinner
6pm – 9pm | Dahlia Lounge
Dahlia Lounge’s monthly AVA dinners continue, with the fourth installment of the series featuring wines from the Yakima Valley. Chef Brock Johnson is preparing some delicious dishes to pair with wines from our friends at Chinook Winery, Côte Bonneville, Owen Roe and Two Mountain – all wonderful wineries who source their grapes from the Yakima Valley. The cost is $95 per person, includes tax and gratuity.

April 7: First Friday Wine Share
6 – 8:30pm | Location TBD
Each month, a different business or individual in the neighborhood will host the monthly First Friday Wine Share. Stay tuned for April’s location. Bring a bottle of vino to share and friends welcome!

April 14: Belltown Art Walk
6 – 9pm | Belltown Community Center
Belltown’s April Art Walk begins at the Belltown Community Center then sends walkers off to local businesses, galleries, dive bars and venues to enjoy works by local artists. Start at the neighborhood community center to pick up a gallery map and snacks between 6 and 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 14th, and then wander throughout Belltown to check out the work of various artists and establishments participating in this monthly event.

April 25: Cinerama Anime Festival Kick-off
12pm | Cinerama
Seattle Cinerama is hosting its first ever Anime Movie Festival, starting April 25th and running through May 3rd, with twenty three titles including many fan favorites. Tickets are $16 for each showing, and reserved seating is available. In honor of the event, the nearby Tom Douglas restaurant TanakaSan is offering a special menu inspired by the anime films.  


As an enthusiast of all things content, Norelle has been a professional writer and editor in the Seattle area for several years. She is the Director of Content Marketing at Marketeering Group, where she applies her skills toward developing and improving online content for small businesses in Seattle. Her blog, seattlewrote.com, features authors and writers from around Seattle on a weekly basis – something she enjoys doing on the side as a way to engage with the creative community of the Greater Seattle area.

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