Eat Seattle partners with other local Seattle businesses outside of Pike Place offering high quality products and services. Our chefs have outlined a few that they think you should know about and why. 

Located on the South Seattle College campus in West Seattle, many Seattleites are not aware of this reputable educational wine program. Class options accommodate both those pursuing a career in wine and those anxious to learn more about their favorite side-hobby.
Known for crafting artisanal spirits, Sound Spirits, is one of our favorite local Seattle distilleries. Our chefs enjoy concocting craft cocktails using their Ebb + Flow Vodka and Gin. Their herbal liqueur Vow of Silence is pretty awesome as well.
The kitchen is a great spot for couples to learn more about one another; enjoying a special experience cooking together. We love Simply Matchmaking because they offer a quality service to singles as they search for their significant other. Chief Matchmaker, Ali, gives an incredible amount of personalized attention to making sure that the right individuals find each other.
Not only does our Chef team love Lyft because of it is boutiquey and locally focused experience but also because they care about safety. Lyft is providing discount codes to our cooking class participants to ensure they enjoy their evening and get home safely. Cheers to the pink mustache!
Did you know that we have artisanal rum in the area? SeaSpirits is a hidden gem in Woodinville making an array of local handcrafted spirits like rum and vodka. Our mixologist love mixing up drinks using their barrel aged and spiced rums.
Eat Seattle mixologists are thrilled to partner with locally distilled, award winning, Big Gin, by Captive Spirits Distillery. Mix with their spirits in our mixology classes or visit their tasting room opening soon in Ballard.