Things to Do in Seattle, 10/4/18 & Beyond

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As a nod to the creators that brought tacos into everyone’s lives, Marination and Super Six will host a fundraiser for the Northwest Immigration Rights Project on National Taco Day! Marination Ma Kai’s kitchen manager Jonathan Rivera created the "Kokua Taco" (Kalua pork, homemade avocado salsa topped with pineapple pico and cotija cheese) which will be served at all three Marination locations as well as Super Six. All Kokua Taco proceeds will go to the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. The organization’s mission to help people on their path to citizenship is close to our hearts, and we want to support their much needed work. 


  • National Taco Day at Poquitos - Thursday, October 4 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.: Celebrate National Taco Day with $2 taco plates* with a purchase of a beverage during happy hour. Taco plates are usually $6, so these $1 tacos are a necessity on National Taco Day. *Taco plates include two tacos and cannot be mix and match tacos.

  • Vashon Ciderfest - October 6

  • Oktoberfest at Queen Anne Beer Hall - October 5-6 and October 12-13

  • Seasonal flavors at Salt & Straw

  • Patagon & Fog Room are now open in The Charter Hotel Seattle!

  • Wild Ginger is now open in South Lake Union!

  • Ivar’s sailgating is a one-of-a-kind experience for Husky football fans. Fans arrive in style (and well fed) by sailgating to Husky stadium during each home game. Before heading to the Argosy Charter, guests enjoy a brunch or dinner buffet fully stocked with fresh seafood, a carving station, a selection of breakfast and lunch entrees, salads, Ivar's classics, a chocolate fountain and assorted sweets. The brunch and cruise are $85 per person and guests can make reservations by calling 206-632-0767. 

  • Every Blue Friday, select items at Ivar’s (both fish bars and full-service locations) will be on special to guests showing their Seahawk pride by wearing blue or green. The specials include $12 bottles of select wines at Acres of Clams, Salmon House or Mukilteo Landing, $12 for 3 Chowder Bowls at our fish bars and many more specials each week. 

  • OktoberFEAST at Rhein Haus Seattle and Tacoma - October 6, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.: Join Rhein Haus for a food-feast relay race sponsored by Underberg, the original Rheinberg digestif bitter made in Germany. Teams of four will compete to finish four signature Rhein Haus dishes, each washed down by a half-liter of Rhein Haus lager brewed by Bayern Brewing. The winning team will win the grand prize of a $250 donation to a charity of their choice, a $50 Rhein Haus gift card and a commemorative Rhein Haus Oktoberfest t-shirt for each member and, of course, bragging rights. The 2nd place team will receive a $25 Rhein Haus gift card as well as a Rhein Haus Oktoberfest t-shirt for each member. The 3rd place team members will also receive a Rhein Haus Oktoberfest t-shirt. The entry fee is $25 per team, which is donated to Northwest Harvest. To participate, sign up here. Below are the four dishes for each team to complete:

    • Pretzel bites with spicy mustard

    • Nuremberg sausages and a pile of sauerkraut

    • Currywurst and fries

    • Berliners (German doughnuts with raspberry jam)

    Before the clock stops, the four team members must toast with 20ml bottles of Underberg.

    At 5 p.m. Master Brewmeister Juergen Knoller of Bayern Brewing will host a ceremonial keg tapping in the Biergarten. 

    • Saturday Oct. 6: From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., enjoy a performance by the Bavarian Village band in the Bier Hall and the Stein Holding contest at Makkkrugstemmen at 7 p.m. 

  • Urbane specials:

    • Fresh Hops Beer Dinner

      3-course menu paired with beer for $45. Available for dinner only. Menu items are also available a la carte.

      • Oregon Albacore Poke: sesame, soy, chili, fresh Centennial hops, avocado puree, scallion, potato chip

      4 oz tasting of Georgetown Brewing Company Fresh Hop Lucille IPA

      • Smoked Pork Chop: bone-in pork chop, poblano and Beecher’s white cheddar grits, grilled haricot verts, pickled Tonnemaker peppers, pork jus

      14 oz of Georgetown Brewing Company Fresh Hop Johnny Utah Pale Ale

      • Spiced Chocolate Pot de Crème: cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, star anise, house made churros  

      4 oz tasting of Georgetown Brewing Company Fresh Hop 9lb Porter


    • Burger and Brew

      Available for lunch and at the bar at Urbane

      • Local grass-fed burger topped with Uli’s pork bratwurst, sauerkraut, Beaver mustard, Macrina pretzel bun and paired with pint of Georgetown Brewery Fresh Hop beer of choice (Fresh Hop Lucille IPA, Fresh Hop Johnny Utah Pale Ale or Fresh Hop 9lb Porter)


    • Fresh Hop Beer Flight

      Available at the bar at Urbane only during happy hour and dinnertime

      • Three 4 oz tastings of Georgetown Brewing Company Fresh Hop beers (Fresh Hop Lucille IPA, FreshHop Johnny Utah Pale Ale or Fresh Hop 9lb Porter) with chef pairing such as Salumi cured meats, Beecher’s herbed cheese curds and house pickled local vegetables.




FILM (at Northwest Film Forum unless otherwise noted)



The Charter Seattle is now accepting reservations for stays beginning September 1st! In celebration of the hotel’s upcoming opening this summer, guests have the opportunity to set their adventure on a path to one-of-a-kind experiences by booking the special “North Star” package. Starting at $1,049, it includes:

  • Accommodations for one night in a sleek one-bedroom suite with sweeping water and mountain views

  • Welcome amenity of specialty bites from the nearby Pike Place Market

  • Reserved table for two at The Fog Room – an exclusive experience as the lounge typically does not accept reservations

  • A bottle of Champagne Louis Roederer Cristal Brut 2009 paired with caviar to enjoy at The Fog Room

  • Curated itineraries from well-known Seattleites to experience the city like a local


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