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Dining in the Dark; Theo Chocolate Launches New Line of Coconut Bites

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DOWNTOWN The Pretty Fork is selling tickets to its Dining in the Dark dinner, a six-course "journey through smell, taste, sound, and texture all served without the distraction of sight." The dinner takes place at a downtown restaurant (kept secret to all except ticket holders) April 18 from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Chef Kristofer Kalinczok will be preparing the menu. Only 30 tickets are available. [EaterWire]

FREMONT Theo Chocolate has launched a line of Coconut Bites (think Almond Joy), now available in the Fremont retail store and online. They're available in three versions: Dark Chocolate Classic Coconut, Dark Chocolate Coconut Salted Almond, and Milk Chocolate Coconut Mint. Each package contains two bites. [EaterWire]

GIG HARBOR Heritage Distilling Company took home 14 medals at the 2015 Craft Spirits Conference hosted by the American Distilling Institute, the most of any craft distillery in North America for this year. This marks the second year that HDC has beat out all other distilleries in the number of medals. [EaterWire]

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