Celebrate the 11th annual Seattle Wine and Food Experience!
The Seattle Wine and Food Experience returns on February 21-24, 2019 with an itinerary of four unique epicurean events: Comfort, POP! Bubbles & Seafood, Grand Tasting and new this year Sunday Supper.
Four days of feasting each offer unique experiences. The newest addition, Comfort, kicks off the weekend on Thursday, February 21 at Sodo Park. Cozy up with Seattle’s best feel-good foods and crafty brews from mac and cheese to burgers, beer, cider and more! Indulge on sweet and savory bites from local gastropubs and taverns while sipping on a diverse array of craft beverages.
Held at the glamorous Sanctuary Seattle on Friday, February 22, Pop! Bubbles & Seafood highlights Pacific Northwest seafood for a quintessential Seattle experience. Top culinary talent will prepare fresh and sustainable seafood including oysters, salmon, crab and more. The evening will feature more than 30 sparkling wines from around the world including: west coast sparkling wines, Spanish cava, champagne and Italian prosecco plus seafood-friendly white wines and reserve reds.
The Seattle Wine and Food Experience Grand Tasting on Saturday, February 23 at Bell Harbor International Conference Center features more than 30 chefs, 100 wineries and dozens of beer, cider and spirits purveyors. Seattle magazine’s food and wine editors have narrowed in on ten dining trends that will form the framework of the Grand Tasting, creating a unique discovery experience for guests. Each chef will serve up their interpretation of a trend, and guests will have the opportunity to vote on their favorite.
The newest addition to the weekend is Sunday Supper on Sunday, February 24 at Block 41. Seattle's top chefs will come together to create a once in a lifetime dinner experience, with each chef serving up an inspired course as part of an epic immersive meal. Guests will enjoy a prix fixe, mutli-course meal along with wine and cocktail pairings in an intimate setting. After dinner, guests will have exclusive access to the "Chefs After Party" where they can mix and mingle with the chefs and producers along with music, late night snacks and a celebration to wrap up the weekend.
The Seattle Wine and Food Experience benefits Northwest Harvest. Northwest Harvest is Washington state’s only nonprofit food bank distributor with a network of more than 380 food banks, meal programs, and schools. Through this network, they provide more than 2 million meals every single month. The mission of Northwest Harvest is leading the fight for hungry people statewide to have access to nutritious food while respecting their dignity and promoting good health.
This is a 21 and older event, all admitted must have a valid I.D.