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Tailgating at The Met, Canterbury's Last Tale & More!

DOWNTOWN— What's better than watching a Seahawks game on the couch in the comfort of your own filth? Heading to The Metropolitan Grill for an insanely delicious brunch before freezing your butt off at the game, that's what! The Met is throwing a party on December 22 and 29 for Hawks home games, featuring bomb options like hanger steak and eggs, king crab eggs benedict, the 12th Man Bloody Mary, and more. The Met opens at 9:50 a.m. both days. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL— It's game over for The Canterbury's tale this Sunday, December 15, according to CHS. After more than 37 years, owner Stefanie Roberge says that with the lease running out, it's time to go into the knight, er, night sooner than later. Capitol Hill Housing decided not to renew their lease, but new owners will be taking over shortly to give it a facelift and bring 'er back to the masses. "I'm hoping to run into a lot of old customers," the owner tells the blog about the final days. If you want one last peek at the old joint, you have five days. [CHS]

BALLARDSweet Mickey's Candy Shoppe in Ballard are cutting the mall out of the Santa experience this December. Word on MyBallard is that the newish sweet spot is bringing a gussied up Santa Clause to town every Tuesday through Christmas from 3 to 6 pm. A pro photog will be on hand to help make memories, but you're welcome to bring your own camera (cough, iPhone, cough) to take your own shot. [MyBallard]

BELLTOWNEl Gaucho is hosting a four-course whiskey dinner on Wednesday, December 11, with master distiller Fred Noe of Jim Beam heading up the crowd. The menu features passed plates, a Jacob's Ghost Manhattan, pork rillette, chilled prawn soup, and — of course — a delicious steak. Cost is $150/person. Call (206) 728-1337 to reserve your spot. [EaterWire]