Riesling Rendezvous Grand Tasting
Sunday, July 27th – 5 to 8 PM
Chateau Ste. Michelle
Explore the magic of Riesling with the world’s greatest producers. Enjoy wines made with this versatile grape from the powerful dry wines of Austria, Alsace and Australia to the elegant German variations and the flavorful, spicy interpretations from the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Hosted by Chateau Ste. Michelle and Dr. Loosen of Germany.
Tickets are $50 per person*, click here to purchase or call 800-866-6276.
Riesling Rendezvous Restaurant Dine Around
Monday, July 28th
Celebrate the noble grape Riesling with 22 winemakers from Germany to Washington state and Austria to Australia with your favorite Northwest cuisine. Choose your restaurant or choose your winemaker—it’s sure to be a spectacular evening!
Reservations can be made at the participating restaurants: Yarrow Bay Grill, Waterfront Seafood Grill, Purple Cafe & Wine Bar (Woodinville), Barking Frog, Wild Ginger
*must be 21 years or older (duh)
Tom Douglas' Culinary Summer Camp
It's like summer camp……with wine!
Five glorious days of cooking demos by Tom Douglas, our own talented crew, and visiting chefs, plus field trips, culinary challenges, and a boundless array of delicious bites, sips, tastes, meals and much, much more await you.
Tom Douglas sizzles with a demo of Hot Pots, Tagines, and Sizzle Platters.
Stretch dough like a pizzaiolo and learn to toss it into the stone encased 650°F pizza oven at Serious Pie.
Armandino Batali, of Salumi, grand master of all things sausage, will reveal some of his secrets in the world of grinding and stuffing, including a sensational grilled sausage taste.
Thierry Rautureau, of the top-rated Rover's restaurant will be in to teach classic French techniques and flavors featuring the incredible egg!
Zoi Antonitsas of the popular TV series Top Chef will go to battle against our own Eric Tanaka in a cook-off challenge.
Cost: $2,500 plus tax per person and includes daily breakfast, lunch and tastes, field trip transportation, recipe book and take-home treats.
Class space is very limited and will be filled on a first come first serve basis.
Please contact Robyn Wolfe at 206.448.2001 or firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
creepy ass motherfucker! what you can't see is another girl sitting directly in front of his line of sight, to the left of this picture and completely oblivious to what's going on right next to her.
as soon as he saw us snapping these pics he packed up and got up to leave - but not before my boyfriend politely went up to him and asked, "are you taking pictures of these women here on your phone?" of course he denies, but when boyfriend said, "show me the pics on your phone and prove it," he refused.
i'm not one to put people on blast on the internets, but he knew what he was doing and so did everybody else on the beach. thank you to the nice gal who tipped us off - she called him out in front of the whole beach! haha
consider this a public service announcement. creeps are alive and well - and they might be snapping pics of your girlfriend or teenage daughter!
pretty much every girl i know is up on the daily candy, but those who aren't, now you can be!
daily candy is a newsletter that features the latest in major metropolitan cities around the U.S. you can subscribe to any of a long list of cities, plus a weekly travel, deals, baby, and general edition. i think i subscribe to damn near every city - seattle of course, plus miami, NYC, L.A., atlanta, boston & chicago - to see what's up with local restaurants, boutiques, art shows, sample sales and indie designers...these i love!
rounds out the perfect "read with the morning coffee": cnn, seattle times, perez hilton, kanye's blog...daily candy!
As young professionals, we are looking to grow our professional network and be looked at as resourceful professionals willing to make profitable connections. Join us to learn how to effectively make memorable first impressions and become genuinely interested in building stronger relationships. Holly Briscoe of Dale Carnegie brings us surefire ways to set yourself apart from others, utilize critical opportunities, and most importantly understand it isn't about "you".
You will learn how to:
- understand consistent, on-purpose methods of networking
- Maximize your opportunities
- Realize the importance of being memorable
- Tools for building immediate rapport
YPN: Networking for Impact
Date: Wednesday, June 25th, 2008
Time: 5:30 - 7:30p.m.
Place: Rainier Square Conference Center (1333 5th Ave. (inside Rainier Square next to Rock Bottom Brewery), Seattle 98101)
Cost: $15 ($20 after 6/23) Light appetizers & drink tickets included
re: the bonaroo music festival. why on earth would anyone want to ruin that stage? i would wait for days to see that show, trust!
say what you want about the guy, but you can't knock him for speaking his mind!
one note - i think it's time for a website, damsalfly! at least a blog!
damsalfly on yelp
if you register here rather than pay at the door, your full proceeds go to these worthy non-profits!
and so not to be confused with THE yp group in town...check out www.seattlechamber.com/ypn! :) you know i had to
this work week has been the week from hell and i'm not quite sure why. we have about seven events in eight business days, covering one event that's not ours (actually two) - but this has happened before. something about this week is just incredibly stressful. i've been staying late and bringing work home every night (something i'd gotten myself out of doing), emailing til 10pm, crossing a million things off of my list, and i still feel like i haven't made a dent in all the work i have to do.
i've fallen of the health wagon too. i'm missing or skipping workouts to sleep or work, eating horribly, drinking soda during the weekdays (sorry jake), and wake up from a full night of sleep completely tired. i hate this feeling! i feel like i'm taking crazy pills!
work/life balance is so important and i try to keep to that as much as possible. the nature of what i do can be incredibly demanding at times and i sometimes just have to deal with the consequences. i look to the positive though - the weekend, my YPN committee who i absolutely adore and love being around, and all of the members who get value from coming to our events. totally worth it for their satisfaction!
and just for fun...
A dazzling, irreverent novel set in Renaissance Florence and the court of the great Mughal Empire, THE ENCHANTRESS OF FLORENCE opens with a young European traveler who calls himself “Mogor dell’Amore,” the Mughal of Love. He arrives at the court of the Emperor Akbar with a tale that captivates the imperial capital— a story about a mysterious woman, a great beauty believed to possess powers of enchantment and sorcery, and her impossible journey to the far off city of Florence. It is an amazing feat of storytelling that mixes political intrigue, romance and magic, and is also a profound reflection on how the brutal past still influences our present world.
Words & Wine with Salman Rushdie
Interviewed by Warren Etheridge
W Hotel (1112 4th Ave., Seattle 98101) - in a private suite!
$45/person - no-host bar, wine specials & apps
Reservations are required - (206) 632-2419 or email@example.com. (You will be asked to provide your name, contact info, number in your party and a credit card with expiration to reserve your spot).
i have an event tomorrow night, otherwise i'd definitely be there!
i have no idea how i got on their email list but i'm not complaining, i like to share...
This is the first wine class you should take if you are serious about understanding wines. This three-part series covers everything you need to know about how to taste wines including what you can learn from a wine by looking at its color, smelling its aromas and analyzing its components. We will also compare different varietals during each of the classes so you can become familiar with most of the major wine grapes while you hone your newfound skills.
Mastering the Art of Wine Tasting series
Mondays June 16, 23 and 30 7:00 p.m.
Elliott Wine Outlet
$175 for the series.
Classes are kept small, so register now!
Just south of the Magnolia bridge
946 Elliott Ave. West
Seattle, WA 98119
Steady Productions & Whisper Entertainment Seattle
bring you **FADE** Wednesdays @ SeeSound Lounge!
New ladies night in Seattle so never a cover for you!
TONIGHT we are having a SOFT OPENING and will have our GRAND OPENING Wednesday June 18th.
SeeSound Lounge (115 Blanchard St.)
Seattle, WA 98121
FREE party tonight for
so come out & have a drink or two.
IF YOU HAVE A PARTY AND NEED A BOOTH
GET AT ME. (CALDEE NOT JESS. UNLESS YOU DON'T KNOW CALDEE, THEN YOU CAN ASK ME FIRST)
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i still love kicks so much. i love the sneakerhead culture even though i don't consider myself part of it. i can respect a hot pair when i see one, but honestly haven't been paying much attention these past couple of years. one of my many dreams is to own a boutique - not sure if i want it to be primarily sneakers but i will definitely be buying for women. there are not enough women's sneaker boutiques in the world and the stores in seattle sure as hell don't cater! except for you, goods :)
on my mission for my next pair, i went to the first spot i could think of: kendo in L.A. i swear, if i went down there solely to shop, kendo would be my first stop. i am so drooling over these, please get me them:
but these i think are my favorites:
saw these at goods today but wasn't super-crazy about them...i might get them if i can't find those 90s: