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Cicchetti Opens on Mondays, Beast Mode Treats & More!

EASTLAKECicchetti is taking things to the street on Monday nights, starting Feb. 4. Street food, that is, with happy hour and dinner menus boasting Mediterranean faves like falafel, schwarma, crispy spiced chickpeas, and the like. Industry folks get an extra deal with 15% off just for showing their kitchen burns and soul scars from working the resto biz. Happy hour M - F, 5 to 6:30, kitchen 5 to midnight weekdays, till 1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL— Chef John Sundstrom of Lark and whateverandeveramen present a Burns Supper in celebration of poet Robert Burns on Monday, Jan. 27. While w&ea. will be singing songs and providing entertainment, Chef Sundstrom will be serving up a swoony meal of smoked salmon tartine, black trumpet mushroom and goat cheese crostini, venison pate, lamb a few ways, Cock a leekie soup and so much more, all prepared in his Cap Hill resto, including beer and wine pairings, for $100. Tickets on sale now. [EaterWire]

SEATTLESeattle Met has put together a list of some restaurants and shops around Seattle who are going full on Beast Mode in preparation for the Seahawks first Super Bowl win. Grab a gallon bag of team colored-popcorn from KuKuRuza, or how about a "Beast Burger" from Brave Horse, with more meat than we're going to grind into the field on February 2. And some Skittles too, of course. [Seattle Met]

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