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Tap House Grill's New Menu; Pop-Up Dinner at The Tin Table

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DOWNTOWN -- Tap House Grill is rolling out a completely overhauled menu at its Bellevue and downtown Seattle locations. "As a restaurant, it is certainly our duty to keep current on the culinary trends; especially those that pair well with the focal point of our restaurants - beer," said Paul Reder, owner of Tap House Grill. The restaurants each feature more than 160 beers on tap. [EaterWire]

WALLINGFORD -- The New York Times writer Catherine M. Allchin paid a visit to Westward and tells us what we already know: the views are spectacular, "But it is what’s on the menu that bumps Westward into a different tier." [Official Site]

CAPITOL HILL -- The Tin Table is hosting a pop-up dinner on October 6 at 6:30 p.m. Sous chef Charlie Hutchinson and lead line cook Tony Albanese are partnering on a dinner that will "showcase their training in French and Italian cuisines while staying true to the Pacific Northwest’s penchant for local, fresh, and seasonal cuisine." Reservations are required for the five-course dinner. [Facebook]

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