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Harvest in the City

Oct 10, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$45 – $55

Time to celebrate fall in Seattle by warming up with your favorite fall necessities (whiskey, beer and cider) and all the carbs. Come celebrate Harvest Season with us on the rooftop! Complete with hay bales, corn stalks, whiskey, and beer we are ready to sip and snack all night long!

Executive Chef Daniel Cox will be crafting up bites to be paired at each of our FIVE tasting stations. There will be an exclusive SIXTH station for our VIP Guests which will feature a limited release or seasonal beverage from each of our three partners along with a specialty culinary experience curated by Chef Daniel.

DJ Wes Wunder will be spinning all night long while you enjoy a cash bar, small bites, and raffle drawings from Copperworks, Reubens, Finnriver and Motif Seattle. All proceeds from raffle tickets will go to NW Harvest.

Partners: Reubens Brewery, Copperworks Distillery, Finnriver

Time: Thursday, October 10th | 6:00pm – 9:00pm 

VIP Tickets: $55

General Admission: $45

General Admission Pricing Includes: guaranteed entry, tastings at 5 stations (9 drink tastings + 5 food pairings), one raffle ticket, and a custom 5 oz tasting glass.

VIP Pricing Includes: All of the above PLUS early access beginning at 6pm, an additional exclusive tasting station, two raffle tickets, and a custom 13oz glass.


Oct 10, 2019
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$45 – $55


frolik kitchen + cocktails
1415 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101 United States
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(206) 971-8015


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