Monday, 11 March 2013

Super secret Seattle pop-up dinners: Check out Feral Feasts!

Not only am I a die hard foodie, I am a die hard foodie event attendee. From the major (like Seattle's Food & Wine Festival and Kirkland Uncorked) to minor (blogger meet-ups and Cupcake Camp), attending food events is a (cheap) way to see what fun and fresh dishes are being served in Seattle. I love the variety of vendors, talkative foodies, and seeing the up-and-coming restaurants.
What is the latest, and soon to be greatest, event? It is called "Feral Feast," hosted at Grub in Queen Anne ( I found out about it through word-of-mouth in the foodie event community. It is held on the third Monday of every month (the next dinner is this coming Monday 18th) and is sure to a success. Tip and adult beverages are not included, but will be available for purchase for your delight.
Yellowtail Belly from a previous feast.
Here is a brief description on next week's "Feral Feast" from the host/Chef:
Sherry braised Chicken from a previous feast
We are trying a new format for this month's pop up. From the menu below, guests can choose either 3, 4 or 5 dishes for a fixed price of $28, $35 or $44 per person (gratuity and alcohol not included.)
This month's menu is inspired by Spanish cuisine, locally available ingredients and that hope that Spring is just around the corner!
Tickets can be purchased at
To make reservations, guests can email (include name, party size, desired reservation time and contact phone)

The menu for Monday 18th 2013:
Arugula salad, radish, blood orange, green garlic vinaigrette
Pa’amb tomoquet; grilled bread, tomato relish, jamon
White gazpacho, almonds, apples, grapes, olive oil
‘Paella’, mussels, shrimp, saffron, peppers, crispy puffed rice, green onion
Sherry braised chicken thighs, rich tomato sauce over chick peas, roasted cauli, crispy chicken cracklins'
Pork belly confit, clams, kale, potato
King oyster mushrooms, potato, fiddleheads, pimenton alioli, parsley      
Espresso flan

Menu subject to change due to availability and pure whim
Location; Grub, 7 Boston st, Seattle 98109 (Upper Queen Anne)
Dinner served from 5 - 9
Pan Seared Rock Fish from a previous feast.
Yes, I already plan on attending and put in my RSVP, you should, too! Come hang with me and let's chat about food, restaurants, and cocktails.
Happy Cooking!

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