Voracious Tasting WILL sell out – $5 off this April event

Update: this event has sold out

If you’ve had a chance to attend Seattle Weekly events in the past, you probably already have the Voracious Tasting at The Paramount Theatre on April 5th on your radar.  But, Keridwyn, you say, I don’t need to plan ahead, I’ll just buy my tickets in a week or so.  Don’t do that. Because in all likelihood your ticket won’t be available, as this event is bound to sell out.

Why? Well, for one reason:


There’s going to be libations from local mixologists (handle that open bar responsibly, friends), live music and over 40 restaurants in attendance.

There are only a FEW tickets left for the event, so get them quick.  Use promo code: SWVORACIOUS99 when ordering to save $5!


Participating restaurants I’m excited to see on the list:
BarrioChocolopis, The Confectional,  The Coterie Roomemmer&ryeEtta’sKnee High Stocking CompanyKukuruzaMatt’s in the MarketPontiPoquitosRN74Seatown Seabar & RotisserieSweet Iron WafflesTasteTavolataThe Tin TableTrophy CupcakesWild Ginger

The event will also include the Voracious Food Awards:

Innovation Award: Honoring culinary creativity and daring that inspire the continued evolution of the Puget Sound dining scene.

Sustainability Award: Honoring major contributions to sustainable agriculture and environmentally responsible food production in the Puget Sound area.

Pellegrini Award: Honoring a person in the Puget Sound area who has fostered what the late Seattle writer Angelo Pellegrini called “the good life”: food, wine, community, and the culture of the table.

2011 Winners:
Innovation Award: Canlis www.canlis.com
Sustainability Award: Seattle City Council www.seattle.gov/council/
Pellegrini Award: Nash Huber from Nash’s Organic Produce

What restaurants are you excited to taste at the event? See you there!
DisclosureSeattle Weekly provided me with two passes to the event & the $5 off rate in exchange for spreading the word.  This post is my own opinion and I’ve been excited about this event long before they approached me. 

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