Poquitos Throws a Day of the Dead Party, Madrona Scores Big, and More Food News

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1. Margaritas and mascara abound at the annual Poquitos Day of the Dead party this Saturday. Things get going at 7:00 pm, when the Capitol Hill Mexican eatery brings in makeup artist Lars Laduke. He’ll be applying sugar skull-inspired makeup for willing guests. In addition to the regular menu, you can sample free sugar skull sweets in the dressed-up covered patio.

2. Guess who’s opening a new spot in Madrona in the space most recently occupied by Restaurant Bea? Ethan Stowell. The restaurant, Red Cow, will be similar to a French bistro and feature steak frites. It will also include Noyer, a tiny separate fine dining spot in the back, that he tells Seattle Weekly will be similar in style to his first (and former) restaurant, Union, in that it will be a bit fancier, and will feature a daily changing menu.

3. Remember those mayoral candidate butter busts? The jury is still out on whether McGinn or Murray look more mayor-ish when carved out of a dairy product; you can vote for your bust of choice through November 1 on Darigold’s Facebook page.

4. Architects Without Borders hosts its seventh annual Carve for a Cause event tomorrow from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at Copperworks Distilling. Expect eats, drinks and a judged pumpkin carving contest/auction. Admission is free.

5. Seattle Chocolate Company celebrates its anniversary on Thursday, November 14 with an in-store party. In addition to complimentary wine and drinking chocolate, guests score 25 percent off select retail chocolate. The first 100 customers who make a purchase take home a free gift.

 
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