Beer for Goats, National Hot Fudge Sundae Day, and More Seattle Food News You Can Use: July 24, 2020 Edition – Things to Do

Beer for Goats, National Hot Fudge Sundae Day, and More Seattle Food News You Can Use: July 24, 2020 Edition - Things to Do

Okay, Reuben’s Brews’ brand new Wolfsburg Special isn’t really for goats, but it benefits them – $ 2 of each pack of four goes to Puget Sound Goat Rescue. The beer is available in a limited edition. So grab your backpack before it sells out!

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This week, cry over the closure of the College Inn Pub’s U-District drinking establishment over hot sundaes from Molly Moon and Shug, or over brunch at the newly opened Musang. Read below for the latest updates in food news, as well as announcements for the near future (like Inslees rollbacks for personal restaurants that go into effect July 30th). For more ideas, check out our full personal food directory, take-out and delivery directory, and our guide to Seattle farmers markets.

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Damn the weather
Bryn Lumsden’s cozy, brick-laden spot in Pioneer Square will once again greet guests in their social distancing modified layout on Tuesday, July 28th.

Korochka tavern
This popular Russian bar, which foreign employee Meg van Huygen praised for its “cozy, unpretentious coolness,” closed in Lake City in October without warning. Fortunately, after a successful crowdfunding campaign last weekend, it reopened a new location in Wallingford (the former space of the neighborhood bar The Grizzled Wizard), reports Eater. They are open for takeout and limited dinner.

Metropolitan Market
Mercer Island residents can now shop at the new grocery store outpost.

Mingle with the terrace of the Filipino restaurant Beacon Hill and the Silog menu of ground beef, fried egg, fried garlic rice, and side dishes of kamatis and pepino. They are open for brunch from Wednesday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Serious cake
If you haven’t made it to Ballard’s Serious TakeOut popup, you know the downtown location of Tom Douglas’ beloved pizza chain has returned this week for takeout. They are open from Wednesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Third culture coffee
The multicultural Café Bellevue has expanded into Pioneer Square. Stop by July 31st to enter a prize draw if you purchase a drink.


PCC Bellevue
According to a press release, the popular natural market chain will be welcoming a new location in Eastside on August 12th.


I am paris
The old Americana spot is cooking a backyard barbecue for two ($ 75) on Sunday, July 26th. Pre-order your shrimp skewers, pork ribs, andouille sausage, BBQ beans, mac lettuce, coleslaw, veggies, and cornbread for pickup.

Century ballroom
Every Saturday and Sunday, get a fancy picnic basket ($ 100) for two, then find a ray of sunshine to sit in and eat outside. It comes with everything you need from the tablecloth to the bubbly glasses to the chilled gazpacho (and more). Order by 9 p.m. on Thursday.

Jack’s BBQ
The Texas Style Chicken Hut in the Smoked Meat Port is now open for your twice-fried chicken needs. Order online for pickup at the South Lake Union window.

Ruben’s Brews
Instead of the annual Baby Goats and Brews event, two dollars from every four-pack of the new Wolfsburg Spezial Helles Bock of the Ballard Brewery will benefit the Puget Sound Goat Rescue.

Plate sandwiches and cakes
If you’ve missed dishes like Hamachi Crudo and Wagyu Steak Tartare by Chef John Sundstrom’s Lark, you can now get them from the restaurant’s pop-up at its sister commercial, Slab, which runs on Tuesday July 21st Market came You order Tuesday to Saturday from 5pm to 8pm and expect the offers to change weekly depending on what’s fresh.

Lively and not very thirsty
The sister wine bars launched a wine alliance this week: a kind of club whose members receive the first selection of limited edition vino bottles before they hit the website. Subscribe to their mailing list to become a member.



National Tequila Day
On National Tequila Day, grab special bottles of tequila at discounted prices from West Seattle’s Cantina.


Cheneyville Grab N ‘Go
For two weekends only, baseball fans and associated refreshments can drive through to pick up stadium prizes from Tacey Rainier’s home base, Cheney Stadium. Choose from items like Ivar’s Alaskan Cod Fish and Chips, five-cheese pizzas, pulled pork sandwiches, and single-sized or family-sized brats.

The Front Street Streatery
Restaurants and cafes in downtown Issaquah will move their dining rooms to the sidewalks and park lanes for two days to make room for socially distant noses.

Retro dinners at Nordo
This range of nostalgic pre-fixe dinners, based on previous Nordo menus, changes weekly. During the week of July 23-25, there are a number of “cakes” (we’re not sure why the organizers put this in quotes, but we suspect some of those cakes are tasty?) That make the haunted place Call Nordo.


Belgian beer week
In honor of the Belgian National Day and Belgian Beer Week, this Fremont beer temple has Brouwer’s offers like $ 2 off Huyghe brewery bottles, $ 2 off all Trappist bottles and 20% off all Lambic bottles.

Mariners Kick-Off Viewing
The Pioneer Square Sports Bar will display the MLB kickoff games on their televisions and serve up ball game classics like stadium dogs, garlic fries and bags of peanuts, plus six-packs and growlers to take away. The number of seats is limited.

Pike-Pine Summer United
Get 10% off your bill at local bars and restaurants like Amandine Bakeshop, A Pizza Mart, Bateau, and many other locations on Capitol Hill entering Phase 2 of the reopening by taking part in The Pike Pine promotion Mention Stranger.


1st Ave Inside OUT – Open Air Dining & Marketplace
Kent residents can dine and shop along car-free First Avenue every Saturday during the summer.

National Hot Fudge Sundae Day
The deities of the obscure national holidays spoke. Today is National Hot Fudge Sundae Day! Get a special treat from Shug’s soda fountain and ice cream (which offers retro creations like a S’more sundae), Molly Moon (which sells Molly’s favorite sundae – made with melted chocolate and salted caramel ice cream, topped with hot fudge , salty-sweet candied hazelnuts, homemade whipped cream and a Chukar cherry – all year round), Dick’s Drive-In (order the proven peppermint fudge sundae) or Sweet Alchemy (which offers an ice cream sundae set with handmade sauces) and coverings). Check out more of our favorite ice cream shops that have scoops for you right now.

Riesling Rocks Revival
If you like your wine sweet and sour, check out this virtual journey through the world of Riesling hosted by L’Oursin’s Wine Director Kathryn Olsen. The organizers are offering a three-pack for you to participate. Otherwise, you should pour yourself a glass of your favorite variety.


Valhalla Dinner Series with Ravenna Brewing Co.
This beer-centric dinner series will return with a six-course meal paired with beers from Ravenna Brewing, such as jalapeño hushpuppies with Cajun tartar sauce, served alongside their Hazy IPA (IRL!).


New restrictions on personal eating
As reported by Rich Smith, Jay Inslee has several new personal meal orders. As of Thursday July 30th, indoor dining will be restricted to members of the same household seated at the same table. However, people can still dine outside with other people outside their household. In addition, all bars must be closed for indoor service and alcohol service in restaurants must end at 10:00 p.m. Finally, the districts currently in phase 3 must reduce the table size to no more than five people and the occupancy of the interior rooms to 50%.


College Inn Pub
That’s really bad. It’s easy for me to imagine a Seattle without Starbucks or Pike Place Market. But I can hardly imagine a Seattle without a College Inn pub. What kind of place is that? The wooden bar, the professors and students talking in the cubicles, the low ceiling. All of that rich wealth that resided in the basement of a university district hotel, the Tudor-style College Inn two stories above its lobby and street-level shops, did not survive the pandemic. CHARLES MUDEDE
Read the full article here.

Pagliacci pizza
The popular pizza chain’s Queen Anne outpost closed permanently on Wednesday July 22nd after 32 years of business for COVID-19 reasons.