WEST SEATTLE—Spring Hill announced today that it will bring back its hugely popular Monday fried-chicken dinner with a new name, m'aono:
Monday night pop-up will serve Spring Hill’s fried chicken with the choice of 4 different preparations; original, Korean, Japanese or Chinese. Included in the dinner, guests will also get SPAM musubi, won bok kimchi, cucumber namasu (lightly pickled cucumber with ogo seaweed), macaroni salad and steamed white rice. The cost of the dinner will be $98.00 for 4 people and $49.00 for 2 people (tax and gratuity not included).
Reservations are required. [EaterWire]
BALLARD—Skillet's Josh Henderson sent us an email telling us about a benefit for Vashon's Farmstead Meatsmith at Hilliard's Beer on 11/20 from 5 to 9 pm. Henderson tells us, "Brandon from farmstead will be butchering a pig on stage 'under the lights', the hilliards beer will be flowing like water." Meanwhile Josh and the Skillet crew will grill and serve up the other half the pig over six courses. Butcher's Benefit tickets are $75. [EaterWire]