There are a few events happening this month in Belltown that feature food and/or art! Check them out…

January 5: Belltown First Friday Wine Share
6pm – 8:30pm | TBD
Each month, the Belltown First Friday Wine Share group gets together at a Belltown location (usually hosted at a neighborhood apartment). Everyone brings a bottle of wine to share, and enjoy good company and conversation. This month’s event will be on Friday, January 5th, and the location has yet to be determined.

January 6: 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 January 6th. Meet in the main entrance of the theatre by 10 a.m. to participate.

January 7: Braised Meats Sunday Feast
6 – 9pm | Tavolàta Belltown
The January monthly Sunday Feast at Tavolàta will feature Braised Meats. There will be delicious themed dishes TBD closer to the date of the dinner. This Tavolàta Sunday Feast will be prix-fixe at $65-80 per person and served family style. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. Call to reserve your place (reservations required): 206-838-8008.

January 12: Belltown Art Walk
6 – 9pm | Belltown Community Center
Belltown’s January 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, January 12th, and then wander throughout Belltown to check out the work of various artists and establishments participating in this monthly event.

January 26-28: Food Lover’s Weekend – The Baker’s World
9am – 5pm | Hot Stove Society
Get immersed in baked goods during the January Food Lover’s Weekend event at Hot Stove Society, featuring The Baker’s World. You’ll experience baking from hearth and home to commercial operations, wood-fired to convection oven styles, and savory to sweet baked goods. Education will cover yeast and starters, flour, butter and beyond. There will be a reception Friday night from 5 – 9 p.m., followed by demonstrations and classes on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $995/person.

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