Miyabi 45th’s Gnocchi Pop-Up, Flying Bike’s Beer Brewing Class, and More Food News

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1. Chef Lisa Nakamura will prepare a 3-course dinner starring handmade gnocchi at Miyabi 45th on Sunday, December 15 from 5:00 to 9:00 pm. Call 206-632-4545 and cross your fingers there’s still room at the table.

2. Seattle-based Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery is teaching “How to Brew a Beer” at the Phinney Center this Monday, November 11. The 7:00 pm event covers three ways to brew ales and lagers in your own kitchen. Register for the $30 class by calling 206-783-2244. Flying Bike is the nation’s second-ever co-op brewery, read more about the group over here.

3. Queen Anne boutique charley + may presents a book signing and tasting for “The Cooking Class in Kuala Lumpur” author Karen Tripson from 4:00 to 6:00 pm today. Wine and samples of recipes from the book will be on hand, including shrimp with coconut curry dipping sauce and Rojak salad on a stick.

4. A handful of restaurants around town are throwing parties in honor of Beaujolais Nouveau Day on November 21: Bastille in Ballard will pour the French red wine from 4:30 to 10:00 pm paired with charcuterie selected by chef Jason Stoneburner. Marche at Pike Place Market is bringing in a two-piece band and serving porchetta alongside its Beaujolais tasting station. The party starts at 4:30 and ends when the barrel runs dry.

 
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