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Italian Wine & King Salmon

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    Advance registration or reservations are recommended for most events. Prices exclusive of tax and gratuity unless otherwise noted. ON THE PLATE APRIL 9-13

    Caf頊uanita's celebrating its third year with a special four-course menu and Italian wine pairings. All this week, stop in for a grand meal of grilled

    octopus, rabbit, lamb, and other specialties. 9702 N.E. 120th Pl., Kirkland, 425-823-1505. KIRKLAND APRIL 9-20

    This month, Il Fornaio chef Giuseppe Naccarelli takes diners on a culinary tour of his native Abruzzo region of Southern Italy. His menu will be in the style of a family feast with multiple courses including lamb dishes and bread inspired by his mother's recipe. 600 Pine St. (in Pacific Place), 206-264-0994. DOWNTOWN APRIL 10

    Chefs from Metropolitan Grill, Union Square Grill, and Elliott's Oyster House show their stuff tonight as guest chefs at FareStart. Menu includes roasted king salmon with baby heirloom tomatoes and mozzarella salad. $16.95. 5:30-7:45 p.m. 1902 Second Ave., 206-443-1233 ext. 7500, www. farestart.org. BELLTOWN THE GRAPEVINE APRIL 12-13

    Woodinville's where the wine is this weekend. (See Sips, pg. 31) The theme is something about travel, with tickets being referred to as "passports" and such. But at its nitty-grittiest, the event's all about wine—and lots of it. A $25 passport will get you a wine glass, a map, and a list of participating wineries. Happy traveling. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat.-Sun. Tickets: 425-424-2902. ON TAP TangleTown, the Elysian Brewing Company's new Green Lake brewpub, is open for business. Expect 11 Elysian brews, plus beers from Chimay, Maudite, Sierra, Dick's, Taunton, Cyclops, the Wise, and more. Plus lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. In the old Honey Bear Bakery location. Opens 11:30 a.m. Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m. Sat.-Sun. 2106 N. 55th St., 206-547-5929. GREEN LAKE/WALLINGFORD BACK TO SCHOOL APRIL 12, APRIL 19, AND APRIL 26

    Get the kids' culinary skills into shape at Whole Foods' Kid's Cooking Camp. The three-week series will focus on "Fun with Chocolate," "Easy Desserts," and "Easy Breakfast." Just think, they'll be serving you breakfast in bed in no time. Ages 9-13. $20 per class for child and adult ($10 additional children), $50 for series of three. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. 1026 N.E. 64th St., 206-985-1500. ROOSEVELT COMING UP APRIL 16

    It's "Wine Without the Fuss." Sit down at the

    Fandango communal table for an informal, 10-course, family-style wine dinner with chef Christine Keff, sommelier Brian Huse, and 15 other guests. $45. 6:30-8:30 p.m. 2313 First Ave., 206-441-1188. BELLTOWN APRIL 17

    Join Waterbrook Cellars founder/winemaker Eric Rindal for a five-course wine dinner at Kaspar's. Walla Wallan Rindal has selected five of his wines to share: sauvignon blanc, voignier, cabernet sauvignon, meritage, and chardonnay. $65. 7 p.m. 19 W. Harrison St., 206-298-0123. LOWER QUEEN ANNE

     
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