Enjoy food and art in Belltown this October, with some of these highlighted events…
October 7: 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 October 7th. Meet in the main entrance of the theatre by 10 a.m. to participate.
October 8: Heritage Pig Sunday Feast
6 – 9pm | Belltown Tavolàta
The monthly Sunday Feasts at Tavolàta will resume on October 8th, featuring heritage pig for this dinner. The menu features some delicious pig dishes such as crispy pig ears, pork neck ravioli, bone-in pork chop and belly, bacon and more. This Tavolàta Sunday Feast is prix-fixe at $65 per person and served family style. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. Call to reserve your place (reservations required): 206-838-8008.
October 11: Lucky Envelope Brewing Dinner
6:30pm | TanakaSan
Brewer Barry Chan of Lucky Envelope Brewing will be visiting TanakaSan on October 11th for a special brewing dinner. A full food pairing menu is coming soon according to the Tom Douglas website, but the featured beers are the Lapsang Helles Lager, Raspberry Sour, Beardless Brewer Red Ale, ENIAC Mosaic IPA and Imperial Porter. Tickets are $60 per person.
October 12: Chefs Without Borders Tasting Isfahan Dinner
6 – 9pm | Palace Ballroom
Enjoy the deliciousness of Persian cuisine at a special dinner at Palace Ballroom on October 12th. The Seattle Isfahan Sister City Association and Chef Tom Douglas are teaming up to present “Chefs Without Borders, Tasting Isfahan”. With a menu curated by Najmieh Batmanglij, guests can enjoy a special cross-cultural exchange of flavors and experiences – Chef Tom Douglas has prepared a Pacific Northwest menu that is being prepared by chefs at a sister event in Isfahan the same night! Tickets are $125 per person, or $1,100 for a 10-person VIP table.
October 13: Belltown Art Walk
6 – 9pm | Belltown Community Center
Belltown’s October 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, October 13th, and then wander throughout Belltown to check out the work of various artists and establishments participating in this monthly event.
October 20 – 22: Food Lover’s Weekend
5pm – 8pm | Hot Stove Society
With cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, and classes on cooking technique, the Food Lover’s Weekend is a foodie event of the season! For the weekend of October 20th through 22nd, the Tom Douglas Restaurants Chef Team will present recipes cooked from the cookbooks that have inspired some of the most innovative and delicious dishes of recent years. Tickets are $995 per person and cover the full weekend of experiences, tastings, and Tom Douglas’ “Chef’s Field Guide to Seattle”.