Eat your Heart Out: Food News Valentine’s Day Edition

Eat your Heart Out: Food News Valentine’s Day Edition

News: the influx of new Seattle restaurants is on a temporary pause and so this edition of Food News focuses on an epic day to wine and dine—Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re planning a romantic dinner, want to rally friends for an extravagant party, or just decide to binge on beer and chocolate, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Channel your extreme romantic with these Valentine’s Day menus:

Goldfinch
Enjoy a four course dinner experience paired with Dolcetta chocolates and Gloria Ferrer Blanc de Noir champagne. Course highlights include Black Cod Croquettes with tarragon aioli and King Crab & Scallop, with leek purée, herb Salad and black truffle. Accepting reservations for Feb. 10 — 11th, & Feb. 14th at $95.

Serafina 
Eastlake’s Old World Italian staple is offering a five course tasting menu with plenty of options. From beef tartare topped with quail egg, to Porcini Risotto Fritters, and butter-poached lobster, with blood orange espuma, white asparagus, and baby artichoke, the menu is perfect for satisfying rich cravings. Accepting reservations for Feb. 14th at $95.

Agrodolce
Four courses with optional wine pairing, and vegetarian options. This dimly lit Fremont spot for organic Southern Italian is a sure-fire to spark the romance. Menu includes items like Pugliese Style Burrata with blood orange, castelvetrano olives, and pistachio vinaigrette and local Aspen Hollow Lamb with roasted grapes, oil cured olives, and rosemary balsamic glaze. Accepting reservations for Feb. 10 — 11th, & Feb. 14th at $75.

Get sexy with the best Valentine’s Day entertainment:

Be My Valentine Dinner & Show @ Suite
Want to go literally above and beyond dinner this year? Do it at Suite. The Eastside lounge is known for their swanky vibe and craft cocktail and this V-day they’re offering a four course menu with wine pairing option, live music by electric violinist Geoffrey Castle, and an aerial performance by Cyrcus and Seattle Aerial Arts. Accepting reservations for Feb. 14th for $39.

French Kiss @ The Can Can
Set the mood with this sexy four course champagne dinner and burlesque show that’s perfect for lovers or friends. The Can Can’s Moulin Rouge-inspired vibe is guaranteed to inspire flirtations, for an unforgettable night. Tickets available for Feb. 10 — 14th from $90.

Gatsby’s Valentine’s Day @ The Backdoor at Roxy’s
Live lavishly at Fremont’s notorious speakeasy. This is Roxy’s 5th year throwing a gallant V-day celebration, so rest assured it’s one of the best around. Tickets include a five course meal with drink pairings and live music by Eric Fridrich. Tickets available for Feb. 14th from $150.

Try something new with these foodie adventures: 

Food Truck Round Up #11, Feb. 12th, FREE 
Boa, fish & chips, poutine, pulled pork, and more. Come out to Fremont to chow down on whatever your heart desires.

ChocoFest @ Pike Brewing, Feb 12th, $60
Over 65 local breweries, wineries, distilleries, restaurants, cheese makers, bakers and chocolatiers come together and Pike Brewing to benefit Puget Soundkeeper. Tickets include 10 drink tokens, unlimited food tastes, souvenir glass and live music.

The Seattle Food and Wine Experience Feb 24 – 26, from $55 
And, if you just didn’t get enough on Valentine’s Day the indulgence continues at The Seattle Food and Wine Experience where guests will savor Bubbles & Seafood on Friday, appreciate feel good foods like mac & cheese on Saturday, and experience The Grand Tasting on Sunday. The event benefits Les Dames d’Escoffier Seattle which raises funds for women’s culinary education, community-outreach programs and sustainable-agriculture.

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