Friday May 3rd Seattle

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by digita7693, Apr 29, 2013.

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  1. digita7693

    digita7693 Disciple (394) Jan 19, 2010 Germany
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    Anyone around want to grab a beer Friday night? Anything exciting going on?
    I'll be staying downtown at the renaissance hotel.

    Cheers
    Don
     
  2. jpbebeau

    jpbebeau Disciple (345) Sep 11, 2011 Washington
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    The following day you should head out to Black Raven for their Flock Party. I would...if it weren't my wife's birthday as well.

    Edit: Yes, sorry, that's not Friday night.
     
  3. digita7693

    digita7693 Disciple (394) Jan 19, 2010 Germany
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    Yeah, cant make that, I'll be heading back to portland Saturday afternoon after brunch at Plum:slight_smile:
     
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  4. suncrust

    suncrust Initiate (161) Apr 17, 2011 Washington
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    Nice dude, are you veg/vegan? Seattle doesn't even come close IMO to what PDX offers for vegetarian & vegan food options, but Plum is a nice spot. There's a place on the Hill called "Highline" that might be worth your time if you are roaming Capitol Hill. 25+ taps, all vegan, cocktails, and some pretty solid sandwiches.

    In the Bowl Bistro is another great all veg food spot in Capitol Hill... probably best thai food in the city. It seats like 6 people total though, so get take out be sure to order some 'Melting Culture'.

    I would love to see some breweries or beer bars jump on board with some vegan/vegetarian beer dinners and special pairing events. It pains me to see countless special beer dinners based solely around meat....

    BM me if you are looking for other spots in the city with good beer and vegetarian friendly items!
     
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  5. digita7693

    digita7693 Disciple (394) Jan 19, 2010 Germany
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    Thank you!

    Yes, my wife and are veg/vegan and plum is amazing!!!
    We loved it when we visited before, so good! I'm just going up for the day to visit my grandfather while he's in Seattle, so gonna grab a couple of beers that night then hit plum for brunch.
    Highline sounds good, I really liked stumbling monk when I was there too.

    Cheers
    Don

    Ps I know intuition ale works in jacksonville, fl has had a couple of vegan beer dinners.
     
  6. NWer

    NWer Crusader (708) Mar 10, 2009 Washington
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    May 4th is my birthday as well. Will be a busy day but plan to hit up the flock party for a short while when they open. After all, it's my birthday :slight_smile:
     
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  7. slinkie

    slinkie Initiate (0) Mar 4, 2011 Washington

    Have you been to Sutra? It's close to Bottleworks and really good.
     
  8. digita7693

    digita7693 Disciple (394) Jan 19, 2010 Germany
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    I have not. I'll really only have time to maybe grab a couple beers at night at a bar or two, preferably near where I'm staying, or easily reachable w public transit, and hit plum on Saturday.
     
  9. Eighty

    Eighty Initiate (0) Feb 17, 2013 Washington

    I second In the Bowl - really great veggie thai. Plus, it's just a block or two from Stumbling Monk, which is bring your own food. Seating problem solved.
     
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  10. honkduh

    honkduh Aspirant (262) Jun 2, 2011 Oregon
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    Pinebox isn't far from Plum.

    http://www.pineboxbar.com/

    Real time taplist
     
  11. suncrust

    suncrust Initiate (161) Apr 17, 2011 Washington
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    Yeah, the Stumbling Monk / In The Bowl combo is a great one! Rob is a super nice guy as well. I love hanging out there!
     
  12. digita7693

    digita7693 Disciple (394) Jan 19, 2010 Germany
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    Probably eat somewhere nice near downtown, suggestions?

    And if anyone wants to grab a couple beers that night just send me a msg.
     
  13. suncrust

    suncrust Initiate (161) Apr 17, 2011 Washington
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    Locol 360 is downtown, maybe more Belltown, but they usually have some nice vegetarian dinner options. All the ingredients are sourced within 360 miles of Seattle.

    Although not my favorite thai in Seattle, Wild Ginger downtown has a separate vegan menu and is a pretty cool spot connected to the Triple Door.

    Tom Douglas spots might be worth investigating- Lola, Serious Pie, Palace Kitchen, & even Brave Horse if you want to check out South Lake Union. The menus will be meat centric, but there will at least be a couple vegetarian options and the food will be good.
     
  14. digita7693

    digita7693 Disciple (394) Jan 19, 2010 Germany
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    Ok heading to brouwers and Fremont tonight around 9, tomorrow plum for brunch and then pine box if anyone is interested in joining me send me a message.

    Cheers
    Don
     
  15. distantmantra

    distantmantra Savant (994) May 23, 2011 Washington
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    Fremont's urban beer garden closes at 9pm. Might want to head out a little earlier.
     
  16. digita7693

    digita7693 Disciple (394) Jan 19, 2010 Germany
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    Doubt I can so i guess it's brouwers then:slight_smile:
    Thanks for the info
     
  17. digita7693

    digita7693 Disciple (394) Jan 19, 2010 Germany
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    Thanks all for the great suggestions!

    Friday did Fremont to Brouwers to The Sixgill. Had a lot of fun, met some nice people along the way.
    Saturday had a great brunch at Plum and then grabbed a beer at The Pinebox before heading back to Portland.

    cheers
     
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