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October 2009 | Tamara Wilson PR

October 2009


Fall in Love with autumn

Crisp sunny days, cool nights, and long shadows have arrived, but fun and games abound from Snoqualmie to the Sound. Hard cider, garden-fresh high balls, Mortinis and wine pours galore. Thirty nine feasts with Urban Eats. What’s not to love?!


Seattle’s Only Toxin-Free Dry Cleaner
Blue Sky Cleaners is proud to be Seattle’s only toxin-free dry cleaner. Using naturally-occurring Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Blue Sky cleans your clothes better and safer than any other dry cleaning method available. Their unique cleaning process does not use heat; therefore your clothes last longer, retain their colors, and stains are not further set in. Now is the best time to become a Blue Sky Cleaners customer – mention Wilson PR’s Velvet Rope to receive 30 percent discount off your first order! There are 6 convenient locations to meet your needs, as well as free pick-up and delivery service.

For more information, please visit www.blueskycleaners.com or call 206-838-8433.


Vegetarians Applaud
With its seasonal ingredients, farm-to table philosophy, and local organic ingredients, Carmelita is already a restaurant to admire, but it gets even better with its drink selection. Carmelita is the only vegetarian restaurant to offer a full bar with delicious drinks made from the ground up to complement its food items, made purely from scratch using only the freshest organic produce, grains, cheeses, herbs and spices. Enjoy its freshly made alcoholic beverages at the bar Sunday, Tuesday through Thursday, 5-10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 5-11 p.m.

For more information, please visit www.carmelita.net or call 206-706-7703.


Postcards from Italy
Just back from the boot, Tidbit owners John and Nic along with Chef Kurt spent ten, food-filled days taste-touring Campania drawing inspiration for the menu back home. “Neapolitans pontificate over the correct cooking time for the perfect Genovese or Ragù the way Americans discuss the latest headline on CNN,” Kurt mused. The three coursed their way through everything from authentic Neapolitan pizza to fried shellfish platters to tripe that dangled in showy garlands from shop windows. Lavish, family meals were shared throughout Campania, none of which were complete without Tiramisù, Sfogliatelle and rum-kissed Babà. If you can’t swing a trip to Campania, Tidbit has a table just for you and a Spain-meets-Napoli menu to delight. Also, don’t miss out on half price pasta dishes tonight and every Wednesday until the boys return from their trip to Italy!

For more information, please visit www.tidbitbistro.com or call 206-323-0840.


The Best Kept Secret in the Northwest:
Terra Vista’s new Daily Happy Hour

If the ceiling views of the Cascades, gracious service, and exquisite cuisine weren’t reason enough to make the trip up to Snoqualmie Casino’s Terra Vista Restaurant, now stop by Wednesday through Sunday between 4 to 6 p.m. and enjoy their new daily happy hour! All appetizers and specialty cocktails are only $4 and can be enjoyed on either the expansive outdoor deck or inside throughout the restaurant. Get ready to be impressed.

For more information, please visit www.snocasino.com or call 425-888-1234.


Get your tickets early: Second Annual Fall Cider Celebration
Nov. 12!

Get ready for one of the tastiest events of the season! Thursday, November 12 from 5:30-8:30 p.m., Ivar’s Salmon House taps into its love of hard cider, featuring a variety of regional and international hard cider producers, all accompanied by an array of hors d’oeuvres by Chef Jason Bray. Last year’s inaugural event was an overflowing success and sold out quickly; this year’s promises to be bigger than the last with at least 20 cider brands poured and a new “Best of” voting component. It’s by far the best way to celebrate the fall harvest. Although this event is still a month away, it’s definitely one to book soon! Thirty dollars per person, 21 and over please.

For more information, please visit www.Ivars.net or call 206-632-0767.


Power Hour for Prudent Pockets
Morton’s, famous for its power house prime steaks, is now the powerful place for happy hour. Six-dollar Bar Bites turn heads in the Seattle location on Sixth and Pine: Crab Cakes, Mini Iceberg Wedges, Four Petite Filet Mignon Sandwiches or Three Prime Cheeseburgers. Selected beers are $4, wine-by-the-glass a mere $5, and the Morton Mortini’s, $7. Make sure to leave room for Morton’s Prime Burger and French Fries for only $15! Enjoy bites before a show and come back afterwards for a burger. Located at 1511 6th Avenue next to Mario’s. Valet parking is available for a nominal charge. Reservations for dining: 206-223-0550; for private dining speak to Monica at 206-223-2751.

For more information, please visit www.Mortons.com.


Game-arcade sibling to Lucky Strike Lanes, launches its first sensory-overloading location
Where else but in the tech-savvy city of Bellevue would a $4 million-dollar state-of-the-art game arcade find its first home? Lucky Strike Lanes, whose cutting-edge bowling lounge concept took root gamely in 2008, is about to launch its sibling Power Play, setting a new standard in turbo-charged, arcade-themed gaming starting in late-October. This will be Power Play’s first location in the country, and what a better location then downtown Bellevue. Offering more than 75 game stations, Power Play will provide nearly 200 players an interactive, immersive gaming experience that surpasses even the best at-home experience. Buckle up!

Lincoln Square, 700 Bellevue Way NE, Suite 250. www.bowlluckystrike.com.


Who’s hungry? Feast on Urban Eats throughout October
Mark your calendar for the area’s most inclusive dinner promotion to date: Urban Eats from SeattleTimes.com. Now, fast-approaching, the excitement is buzzing. It is the only promotion where you’ll find value, a host of new places to try and tried-and-true favorites. Urban Eats will run October 1-29, Sundays through Thursdays, and features King Country restaurants that offer three-course, $30 dinner offers that would normally cost a guest 25 percent or more. You’ll enjoy a choice of three, 3-course prix fixe menu options per restaurant, one menu of which is often vegetarian. Get ready to make a month of it!

For more information, please visit www.seattletimes.com/urbaneats.


Il Fornaio Happy Hour, La Dolce Vita!
Happy Hour at Il Fornaio is a daily treat and one of the only places you’ll find different complimentary items offered Monday through Friday from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thoughtfully prepared by Chef Franz Junga, some of the regular items include paprika spicy wings, flatbread and hummus, focaccia pizza, and assorted bruschetta, to name a few. Have a little time to spend and love wine? Mark your calendar for Il Fornaio’s Giuseppe Carraturo’s Italian wine tour on Oct. 7 at 6:30 p.m. There will be four wines, four specially designed courses, and a great time for all. La Dolce Vita!

600 Pine Street, Seattle. 206-264-0994. www.ilfornaio.com.


bin vivant officially open on the Kirkland waterfront as botl
(bin on the lake)

bin on the lake, a lively, welcoming wine bar and restaurant has just opened at Carillon Point. botl offers “simple, clean and delicious” food nightly from 5:30 p.m. and 80 wines by the glass in one-, three-, and six-ounce pours. Find small plates and bite platters for sharing, large plates, and even the already famous, meal-specific “botl burgers”, house-made American kobe cooked your way on lightly toasted brioche rolls (with an egg at breakfast, classic at lunch, gourmet embellished at night, all at moderate price points). Twice-daily wine-time happy hours include half off many items, including Chef Scott Lents’ baby back ribs and smoked beef brisket sliders (4 – 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.- close). Stay tuned for several binnovative events, such as “spin the botl”, ladies’ night, “off the wall” half-price wine nights, and much more! Easy valet or self-park at the Carillon Point garage (self park complimentary during evenings and weekends). Boat dock access also available!

1270 Carillon Point, Kirkland. 425-803-5595. www.binonthelake.com.


8th Annual Invitational Fine Art Auction
You are officially invited to grow arts programs! Please join PONCHO, Saturday, October 3, as they help to support the arts in our community, so we can enjoy them for generations to come. The Auction will feature work in all media from award-winning, new artists to Northwest masters. The evening will start at 5 p.m. at the Sheraton Hotel, 1400 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, Washington and the dinner and live auction will began at 7 p.m. All proceeds from the event will benefit local visual art, dance, music, and theatre organizations, and their arts education outreach.

Purchase tickets online at: www.poncho.org/artauction.shtml or call 206-623-6233.

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