Over 60 restaurants & food product booths, 5 live music stages, all-new Wine Bar, Craft Spirits from Gig Harbor’s Heritage Distilling Co., Craft Beer & Cider Tasting presented by Delta Air Lines, Family Fun Stage, free movie night featuring Jurassic World, Sponsor activities including Play Nintendo Tour, Ford Experience Tour, Nathan’s Famous Mobile Tour, Hendrik’s Gin Tour, Wahl Mobile Barbershop, plus:
The Alley benefiting Food Lifeline Moves to Fisher Rooftop & Adds Sunday Brunch!
The Bite’s fundraiser for Food Lifeline, The Alley, is moving front & center of the festival to Fisher Rooftop near The Bite Cooks! Stage. The Alley benefiting Food Lifeline, is a premier showcase of restaurants in the Greater Seattle area! On Friday & Saturday, for just $12 visitors will receive a taste from each of the six Seattle restaurants participating. On Sunday, we’re doing a “Sunday Brunch” themed lineup including Tom Douglas’ Dahlia Bakery, Uli’s Famous Sausage & more. A share of all net proceeds from The Alley will go directly to Food Lifeline. Special thanks to The Alley media sponsor Warm 106.9.
All-New: The Wine Bar & Craft Courtyard, sponsored by Seattle Magazine
New this year, The Wine Bar, sponsored by Seattle Magazine, features a variety of local Washington wines that guests can sip by the glass or flight in a peaceful cafe atmosphere within the Groupon Bite of Seattle®. The Wine Bar is located right next to our new Craft Courtyard, which highlights and showcases local handcraft vendors! There will be several booths to check out and help support local artists.
Craft Beer & Cider Tasting presented by Delta Air Lines, media sponsor The Stranger
The Bite’s local Craft Beer & Cider Tasting has more than 70 craft brews from local and regional breweries inside the Fisher Pavilion throughout the weekend.
The Bite Cooks! sponsored by Albert Lee Appliance
Join host ‘Chef in the Hat’ Thierry Rautureau and some of Seattle’s Finest Chefs at this interactive and high-energy show sponsored by Albert Lee Appliance, KOMO News Radio and Seattle Refined. Additionally there will be mystery ingredient Cook-off competitions where chefs will battle it out to become the Bite Cooks! Master Chef!
Seattle Center Garage parking rates are regularly $15 on Friday and Saturday and $20+ on Sunday. Higher rates apply when heavy demand is anticipated. Lower rates are in effect when overall parking demand is low. Be sure to search for the Seattle Center logo at parking garages. Regular Metro routes and the Seattle Monorail both provide easy, safe alternatives to driving to Seattle Center.
Leave a Reply