Scoop Blog Archive / July 2013

Light Reign Celebration (Bike Riders Get in Free!) at the Henry Art Museum

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Bike Fridays at the Henry Art Museum mean cyclists nab free admission

I was super jealous of my New York friends when reading about the upcoming James Turrell exhibition at the Guggenheim. I wanted to stand in that museum, mouth agape, engulfed by his enormous installations that play with perception, light and space. And then it hit me: the Skyspace! Seattle has its very own Turrell installation, called Light Reign, at the Henry Art Museum on the University of Washington campus. Read more »

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Sommelier David Butler Spills on Le Caviste, His Forthcoming French Wine Bar

Inspiration for Le Caviste: The splendid backbar at Le Baron Rouge in the 12th arrondissement.

It’s been almost a year since David Butler announced his plan to open a French wine bar in downtown Seattle. At last, the former Le Gourmand sommelier will launch Le Caviste (translation: the cellar man) downtown at 1919 7th Avenue in October. Read more »

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New Spirits to Sip

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A.J. Rathbun

While I think any time may be a good time to try out new spirits or liqueurs, mid-summer is definitely one of the best.  Why?  Summer, even for us older folks, is a school’s out kind of occasion­­—a period to try new things and go on adventures. With that in mind, start your summer drink adventure by getting your hands on one of these newly released bottles. Read more »

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Jason Wilson's Fired Up About His New Project: Miller's Guild

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Leslie Kelly

“Portland restaurateur Kurt Huffman opening Seattle steakhouse with lauded chef Jason Wilson,” the Oregonian’s Michael Russell announced on Wednesday on the newspaper’s food blog. Read more »

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Join Us at Red, White & Brew

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Lauren Mang
Red White & Brew Seattle magazine wine-tasting event Seattle

UPDATE: THIS EVENT HAS OFFICIALLY SOLD OUT! Read more »

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