Tuesday, October 26, 2021

EverOut Staff

This Week in Seattle Food News: A New Katsu Restaurant Opens, New Luck Toy Returns, and Feed Co. Comes to Green Lake

by EverOut Staff Get your tonkatsu fix at Capitol Hill's new Kobuta and Ookami Katsu and Sake House. Kobuta and Ookami Katsu and Sake HouseThis week, the highly anticipated Japanese restaurant Kobuta and Ookami Katsu and Sake House...

Cheap & Easy Things to Do in Seattle This Weekend

As we face a weekend of potential record-breaking rain, it’s clear that summer in Seattle is meeting an abrupt end. But fear not, there is still much to do while keeping dry (and saving money!) this weekend. Stay indoors...

This Week in Seattle Event News: Dua Lipa, J Balvin, and More

This week, two global superstars announced highly anticipated tours—Dua Lipa will get physical with her Future Nostalgia tour, and “prince of Reggaeton” J Balvin will bring his heart pumping beats to Seattle. Read on to get the rundown on...

Your Guide to the Local Sightings Film Festival

by EverOut Staff Charles Mudede's Thin Skin kicks off the 2021 Local Sightings Film Festival this week. With an altered format, this year's Local Sightings Film Festival is unlike iterations of previous years, though they’ve maintained the same breadth of...

Your Guide to Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 in Seattle

by EverOut Staff Celebrate Fiestas Patrias with folkloric dancing at Kirkland Urban on October 2—or check out two other major area events for the occasion at Sea Mar and the Washington State Fair.The 30 days between September 15...

Cheap & Easy Things To Do in Seattle This Weekend: Sept 10-12, 2021

Even as the weekend looks like it will be a bit cooler, hinting that fall is just around the corner, there are still some hot events to commemorate the waning days of summer. Celebrate the long-awaited return of Café...

Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest 2021 in Seattle

by EverOut Staff Say "Prost!" to Oktoberfest season with Festbier from 
Reuben’s Brews
. Reuben's BrewsDust off your dirndls and hop into your lederhosen: Oktoberfest season has arrived, bringing several Seattle-area celebrations and beer specials along with it. Whether...

The Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Sept 5-12, 2021

It's shaping up to be a beautiful last few weeks of summer and this week is no exception, especially since we're one day closer to the weekend than usual. This week, our recommendations span everything from Arts-A-Glow 2021 to...

Cheap & Easy Things To Do in Seattle This Weekend: Sept 3-6, 2021

by EverOut Staff Queer collective BeautyBoiz will be one of many local artists performing at this year's PrideFest Capitol Hill.Labor Day weekend is upon us, and there's plenty of fun options for going out without having to fork...

This Week in Seattle Food News: Bale Breaker x Yonder Taproom Opens, Beth's Cafe Closes for Now, and Chuck's Hop Shop Announces a Third...

This week, the highly anticipated Bale Breaker x Yonder Taproom opens in Ballard, Chuck's Hop Shop announces a third location, and Beth's Cafe says farewell, at least for now. Plus, Frelard Tamales reveals more details about its new location,...

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