Pike Place Market is starting a year-round culinary series called "At the Table" in its Atrium Kitchen. Starting October 4, the market will host a range of programs like hands-on cooking classes, demonstrations by local chefs, tastings, and cookbook signings and readings.
"Students will experience the excitement of procuring the freshest, locally sourced ingredients from artisans, farmers, producers and merchants throughout Seattle’s original farmers market and public market," market representatives said in a press release. Upcoming highlights include a "Seasons of Seafood Dinner Series" with Westward Chef Zoi Antonitsas (October 16) and a Slow Food Seattle book reading on mushrooms with Becky Selengut and Langdon Cook (November 3).
Pike Place Market's Atrium Kitchen, 1433 First Ave, pikeplacemarket.org, 206.682.7453.