Valentine’s Day is almost here, which means if you haven’t already made dinner reservations for you and your sweetheart, you better get to it. Or maybe you just want to dance the night away? You can do that too. I’ve tracked down a bunch of Fremont options for you and I’ll keep adding to it as I find out more. If you know of any special events or menus not listed, please email us.
(By the way, if you need to work up a bit of an appetite for Valentine’s Day dinner, give the Valentine’s Day Dash in Green Lake a try)
The Moisture Festival Valentines Fundraiser (Hales Palladium) – The Moisture Festival’s Valentines Fundraiser will be full of entertainment, singing, dancing, food, drink and will even feature a real-deal Square Dance. Tickets are available at Brown Paper Tickets and there are many “pay what you can” options. All funds go to the 2011 Festival. Learn more here.
509 Wines, Hot Cakes & Skillet (1300 N Northlake Way) – This trio of tastemakers will be teaming up for a “street food style” valentines dinner. Options include 5-6 Skillet dishes, Hot Cakes’ gooey chocolate molten cake and 509 Wines will be pouring their 2007 Syrah, 2009 Viognier, and 2009 Syrah Rose. It’s $40 per person and tickets can be purchased here or at the door.
Hunger (4256 Fremont Avenue North) – Having just celebrated their six-month anniversary, Hunger is pulling out all the stops for Valentine’s Day. They’re serving a $120/couple special menu that you can find here.
35th Street Bistro (709 North 35th Street) – The Bistro will be offering a delicious 5 course prix fixe for $75 with an optional $25 wine flight. Option to order a la carte from the prix fixe menu will be also be available. Check out the Valentine’s menu here.
Love Your Coast Bar Hop (Ballroom & High Dive) – Want to do some bar-hopping AND help the victims of the BP Oil Spill? Join Climate Change Relocation Center of Seattle on their bar crawl through Fremont. It begins at the Ballroom at 6 p.m. and migrating to the High Dive around 9 p.m. Hang out, grab a drink and learn about the Gulf of Mexico climate change disasters. $5 wristbands will be available for drink specials and 100% of the proceeds go to help families displaced by climate change find new homes.
Blue Moon Burger (704 N. 34th Street) – Blue Moon Burger is taking reservations for their white table cloth Valentine’s Day affair. Co-owner Nils plans to cook the meal himself and is planning some special off menu items. Reservations are already filling up – Call to make yours: 206.547.1907 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 206.547.1907
Photo: Paul David Gibson