This Sunday, diners can check out as many of the Lincoln neighborhood’s restaurants as they can stomach during a $3 food stroll. Ten restaurants will participate in the Lincoln District’s Lunar New Year Celebration, an event jointly hosted with the Asia Pacific Cultural Center. There are also live performances, children’s activities and more. Here’s a closer look. Event details: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday (Feb. 18) in the Lincoln District, roughly in the neighborhood around 3801 S. Yakima Ave.
When Tacoma Cabana opened in downtown Tacoma in 2012, I called the creation from Robyn Murphy and Jason Alexander “something we didn’t know we needed.” They’ve done it again. Their companion bar in downtown Tacoma is yet another something we didn’t know we needed, a nautical-themed cocktail den.
Fat Tuesday snuck up on this year. It came early, on Feb. 13. Not to worry. Ben Marcus has you covered. The Louisiana native will supplement the usual pub menu at Doyle’s Public House with some of his bayou specialties through February. That means you’ve got a few more weeks to eat like it’s Mardi Gras (well, unless you’re cutting back for Lent, of course).
@Around_Seattle@RatLeagueXtreme@kimberlya271 Don't know - I got kicked out of the Bigfoot Pro wrestling circuit because of an accidental Orton's Punt. (KIDDING). What I do know is that THESE COCKTAILS ARE AH-MAZ-ING. I've long been a fan of @tikicommando and his light/bright Polynesian drinks -these drinks are those x10000
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