Food, booze and live entertainment…what else do you need for a great night out? If this sounds like your cup of tea (or martini glass of gin) get your tickets now for Seattle Weekly’s Voracious Tasting & Food Awards at Paramount Theatre on April 5. This is one of the best tasting events in Seattle with 40 restaurants (get the full list here, food carts, mixologists and more serving up the masses.
One of the best parts of the event is the venue as every inch of the Paramount Theatre is used (including the actual theater!). Special flooring is laid over the seats in front of the stage creating an instant event space and truly the most unique in the city.
Tickets for this event are priced just right at $40 for General Admission. Have a little extra money to spend? Go for the VIP tickets, which gets you in an hour and a half before everyone else and access to the VIP Paramount Club featuring a private open bar and premium food samples not available to the rest of the crowd. It will be worth it!
Don’t forget this is event is an awards ceremony too! Awards will be presented to some of Seattle top restaurants, chefs and food innovators. The awards honor individuals and organizations that have made major contributions to Seattle food scene:
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.
Past winner include Canlis, Nash Huber of Nash’s Organic Produce, Brian McCreacken and Dana Tough of Spur Gastropub, Tavern Law and The Coterie Room, Carrie Van Dyck and Ron Zimmerman of The Herbfarm and Chris Curtis of the Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance.
Seattle Weekly Voracious Tasting & Food Awards
Thursday, April 5, 2012; 7:30 p.m.
$40-80 (general and VIP ticket options available)
Click here to purchase tickets