TMA Monday: Lots To Do

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We have all been waiting patiently for Shake Shack to open in the Denny Triangle. Unfortunately, it didn't open on October 6th as planned. If your patience is wearing thin, the only consolation I can provide is that Little Big Burger, originally from Portland, had their soft opening this past weekend and you can get your burger fix in.

Did ya'll know that Nutty Squirrel and Fainting Goat are related? I just found out that the owner of Nutty Squirrel is the daughter  of the couple that started Fainting Goat! The family is teaming up with former Bakery Nouveau pastry chef to stock both Nutty Squirrel and Fainting goat shops with European pastries like tiramisu, lava cakes, croissants etc.

Our Pick of the Week

Even Stevens, U Village - The sandwiches here are not only the best I've had in a really long time, they are even better for our community. Even Stevens tally's up their sandwich sales at the end of the month and donates ingredients for every sandwich sold to a person in need through local non-profit partners. If you go, get the Pot roast dip its mouthwatering.

Instant pot Chicken Noodle Soup - I'm officially a believer in instant pot cooking. My husband and I were feeling under the weather this weekend, so I decided to make chicken noodle soup not out of a can. A regular recipe averaged a total of 2 hours to make, so I prime ordered an instant pot and instead made it in 35 mins.

  

New Sh*t in Town

Homer, Beacon Hill - The new Mediterranean restaurant started by former Sitka and spruce Chef opened about a week ago and is already very popular.

Piroshky Piroshky, Downtown - Local's rejoice, you no longer have to wait in line with tourists at Pike Place for Piroshky's. The famous Russian pastry shop is opening a location downtown that is also window service and farther away from the crowds.

Lowrider baking company, Georgetown - A favorite cookie stand of SLU's farmers market is finding a permanent home by the end of the month in George town trailer park.

 

Seattle What’s Happening?

Trap Kitchen Cookout tour, 10/10 - Chef Spank and News are bringing Compton to the PNW with a pop-up buffet style dinner.

Omnivorous, 10/11 - Enjoy a medley of different food and drinks made by Capitol Hill and Central District chefs/restaurants all while support a fundraiser for Capitol Hill housing.

Good Day Donuts Grand Opening, 10/12 - There will be more than just donuts at this grand opening, you can expect music, confetti, French bread pizzas and more.

Asian Street Food Night Market, 10/13 - This is the first Deal moon Asian night market in Seattle. There will be over 20=20 local Asian vendors serving over 100 different Asian dishes. The tickets are selling cheaper in bulk.

Depressed Cake Shop, 10/13 - The annual Depressed Cake shop hosted by NAMI is back to bring awareness to mental illness.  You can get treats created by talented local bakers that have a gray outside to represent depression and a rainbow bright colored inside to represent hope.

Taste of Iceland, 10/11 - 10/14 - Experience Nordic/Northwest fusion Icelandic dishes as a four course meal. Whipped up by Icelandic chef Hakon Mar Orvarsson in collaboration with local chef Ron Anderson.

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