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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Are You a Bottomless Pit?

Posted by on Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 11:15 AM


Do you also enjoy a good cause? Then this Friday, you should eat and drink until you explode at Capitol Hill Housing's Omnivorous benefit at the Century Ballroom. It costs $75, but unlike many parsimonious charity things, it's all the food and wine you can engulf, plus a cocktail made with brand-new, local Oola Distillery vodka.

Restaurants including Anchovies & Olives, Cafe Presse, Lark, Monsoon, Poppy, Skillet, Spinasse/Artusi, Terra Plata, Zoe/Quinn’s, and more, more, MORE—full menu after the jump.

Also: music by Global Flavors with DJ Rhythma.

But mostly: GLUTTONY. More info/tix here.

If you do not have $75, there's this!

Aaaannnd, more recommended chow events.

Omnivorous Full Menu

Anchovies & Olives
Chilled Smoked Tomato Soup with Smoked Bluefish, Taggiasca Olives, and Trampetti olive oil

Café Presse
Duck and Pork Rillettes served on Walnut Baguette with Grain Mustard and Pumpkin Confiture

Fran’s Chocolates
Fran’s Gray & Smoked Salt Caramels

Raw Tuna, Watermelon, Bird's Eye Chile, Cilantro, Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Assorted Desserts

Pork Belly or Mushroom Congee with Fried Devil Donut

Baby Octopus, Tomato, and Sweet Onion Salad

Spice Bread with Yarmuth Chevre, Grilled Fig, and Bacon

Albacore Ceviche

Grilled Skirt Steak with Bacon Jam and Arugula on a Croustini

Eggplant and Stone fruit Caponata with Cherry Tomatoes and Pine Nuts

Bacon Wrapped Dates with a Balsamic Glaze

Terra Plata
Braised Beef Tongue served on House Brioche Bun with Aioli, and Pickled Cabbage and Onion Slaw

Duck Liver and Foie Gras Mousse with Compressed Apple on Baguette


Enjoy a cup of hot coffee from Stumptown Coffee

Take a coupon for a free scoop of ice cream from Molly Moon’s

Liquor for our specialty cocktail from Oola Distillery


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hans millionaire 1
Capitol Hill Housing is one of the greatest organizations in the city of Seattle, providing affordable apartments for those who earn less than $56,000 per year! My 1 bedroom apartment was $550, on pike st & boren. Best price apartment in town! I hope I can make it out to this event. This is one organization worth supporting!
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