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Hitchcock's Five-Year Anniversary; Niman Ranch at Skillet in June

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BAINBRIDGE ISLAND Hitchcock is celebrating five years on Bainbridge Island Wednesday with a tasting menu of classics and current favorites in a ten-course Chef's Tasting with wine pairings. The regular dinner menu will also be available; reservations are recommended for the evening. Starting at 9 p.m., the restaurant will offer dollar oysters, $5 cocktails, $5 glasses of champagne and wine, and $5 small plates. The restaurant has also announced two new hires: J.J. Johnson is coming on as the Chef de Cuisine, and Miles James has been hired as the chef at Hitchcock Delicatessen & Charcuterie. [EaterWire]

COLUMBIA CITYThe Rainier Valley Food Bank's fundraiser Chow Down is returning July 28. Participants will receive a passport for sampling food and beverages throughout Columbia City and Hillman City. Passports are available for purchase online. [EaterWire]

MEAT WIRE Skillet's Ballard and Capitol Hill restaurants are offering a Butcher Cut Series in a new partnership with Niman Ranch. On Friday evenings from June 5 through June 26, Chef Nick Novello will offer a shifting four-course menu that highlights underappreciated cuts, from pig heads to lamb cheeks and more. A full menu is available online. [EaterWire]

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