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Nov 17, 2009 11:47 AM

Wedding Gift for Good Friends


A couple friends of mine got married this summer, and unfortunately, I wasn't able to make it out west for the big day.

I am looking for suggestions for a fun food-related wedding gift. I have never been to Seattle and don't know what it has to offer in terms of restaurant gift certificates, food/wines classes, etc... If they lived in New York, for example, I might want to get them a certificate for a cheese/wine or beer pairing class at Murray's.

I am wide open to suggestions.


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  1. Maybe tickets to a Seattle Food tour? Dinner at Art of the Table? Dinner for two at Rovers? 4 course Dinner at Crush? Tickets to a Tom Douglas Food Event?

    1. Great idea. There is a weath of things you could give them in various catogories and price ranges.

      Couple of different tours - depending on interest. Most are around Pike Place Market.


      Very Expensive:
      Herbfarm - not as good as it was, but still an experience
      Canlis - can book the private room a wonderful experience. They will bill you.

      Rovers (French). Classic Seattle
      Corson Building: Family style dining experience
      Kappo: Full Omakasa

      Less Expensive:
      Any of the Tom Douglas resturants -
      Steelhead Diner: Might do gift certificates

      Cooking classes
      Bon Vivant - a classic cooking school
      Beecher's Cheese offers classes

      Canlis Restaurant
      2576 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

      Pike Place Market
      1501 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA 98101

      Steelhead Diner
      95 Pine Street, Suite 17, Seattle, WA 98101

      The Herbfarm
      14590 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA 98072