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Secret Dinners; Special Sangria; Holly Smith's DC Challenge

SOMEWHERE—Chef Adam Hegsted's underground supper club The Wandering Table is based in Idaho, but making a special Seattle appearance in September. Hegsted went to culinary school at the Art Institute of Seattle and his brother and co-conspirator cooks at The Rainier Club. The September 18 dinner has a few seats left. The location is secret until you buy a ticket ($85 for dinner and wine), but Hegsted promises it's within 20 minutes of downtown. Email him if you're game for some intrigue. [EaterWire]

LOWER QUEEN ANNE—On Sunday Sade and John Legend perform at KeyArena, and the concessions team made a signature drink for the occasion. For one night only the facility will sell its "Smooth Operator Sangria," a nod to the Sade song. We can only hope the staff is also working on a special Dark & Stormy recipe for Storm games. [EaterWire]

WASHINGTON, DCCafe Juanita chef Holly Smith is headed to DC in November for a Michelle Obama-inspired Great American Family Dinner Challenge, which sounds positively Top Cheffian. Smith will team up with chef Marcus Samuelsson to cook a nutritious dinner and dessert for a family of four...on a budget of $10. Total. [EaterWire]

WOODINVILLE—Ever thought about drinking for kids? If so, ready your paddle for the Barrel Auction and Picnic with the Winemakers on August 18. It's the kickoff event for the 24th Annual Auction of Washington Wines. All auction proceeds benefit Seattle Children's Hospital and the Washington Wine Education Foundation. [EaterWire]

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