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September 18: Taste of Check, Please! Northwest

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Taste, Toast and Tour the Space Needle at SkyCity’s

Taste of Check, Please! Northwest

September 18 | 6-9pm

$60 + tax and gratuity

Spend a spectacular evening:

  • tasting food from the restaurants featured on season two of KCTS9’s Check, Please! Northwest (plus a few friends of the Needle)
  • toasting the view with beer & wine and, of course, sampling cocktails created by local bartenders and voting on your favorite in a friendly competition hosted by local personality Lisa Martin
  • touring the Needle and enjoying the new experiences on the Observation Deck
  • taking a photo in our photo booth
  • grooving to the view with DJ Mullet

Participating restaurants:
Black Bottle
Collections Café
Gianfranco Ristorante Italiana 
Geraldine’s Counter
Gordon’s on Blueberry Hill 
Hunt Club 
Miyabi 45th
Portage Bay Café 
Preservation Kitchen 
Purple Café 
Skillet:  Counter at the Armory 

And, of course, bites from Executive Chef Jeff Maxfield at SkyCity at the Needle

Along with special friends of the Needle….
Snoqualmie Gourmet Ice Cream

Music by:
DJ Mullet

Thank you to our sponsors:
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*ticket includes admission to the Space Needle, all bites, music and a complimentary glass of wine or beer.  Cocktails and additional beer and wine are available for purchase.

Directions & Parking

About Space Needle

In 1959, an unlikely artist inspired by the Stuttgart Tower in Germany was sketching his vision of a dominant central structure for the 1962 Seattle World's Fair on a placemat in a coffee house. The artist was Edward E. Carlson, then president of Western International Hotels. His space-age image was to be the focus of the futuristic World's Fair in Seattle, whose theme would be Century 21. Carlson penciled the shape that would become the internationally known symbol for Seattle, the Space Needle.
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