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Annapurna's Expansion; Winemaker Dinner at Le Grand Bistro Americain

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Suzi Pratt

CAPITOL HILL -- Subterranean Indian restaurant Annapurna is set to expand to street level, reports the Capitol Hill Seattle blog. The restaurant is taking over the space left vacant by King's Teriyaki with a new bar and waiting space. [CHS]

KIRKLAND -- Le Grand Bistro Americain is hosting a winemaker dinner with Andrew Januik of Woodinville's Novelty Hill Januik winery. Tickets are $99 for a five-course menu (items include lamb rack and apricot meringue) with wine pairings. Reservations can be made by calling (425) 828-7778. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL -- Starting December 13, Rhein Haus is offering a different special every day until December 24. They're calling the promotion "12 Days of Christmas," and like the song, the specials accumulate as the days go on. The deals haven't been announced, but expect discounts on seasonal beers, gift cards, and more. Rhein Haus is also offering handmade loaves of stollen, a traditional German Christmas cake, and glüwein-warm red wine mulled with spices-for $6/glass, $5 during happy hour. [EaterWire]

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