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1. You have a gagillion options for where to watch the Big Game, but you can’t do much better than a bustling brewery. Stoup in Ballard hosts its “Stouperbowl” party starting at noon on Sunday. The game will be projected on a large screen, food truck Nosh will be parked outside and pizza deliveries are welcome.
2. Also in Ballard, Golden Beetle honors the Legion of Boom with Seahawks-inspired blue and green cocktails: The Sherman’s Tip (gin, lime, green and yellow chartreuse, simple syrup), Chancellor Smash (blue curaçao, lemon, cocchi americano, marjoram, light rum), Early Riser (midori, bacardi 8, lime, ginger beer) and Byron Mixwell B4 Serving (tequila, pineau des charentes, lemon, lime, crème de cassis) are available now through Super Bowl Sunday.
3. Tavolata’s next Sunday Feast stars duck. $65 tickets for the February 9th event include a starter of foie gras two-ways followed by three courses: Duck confit with potato gnocchi, zucchini, and crème fraîche; whole roasted duck with kumquat and sage and almond and pear tart with caramel gelato. Space is limited to 26 diners, call 206-838-8008 to reserve a space at the communal table.
4. The 10th annual Care for the Market Luncheon features singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, who got her start as a busker at Pike Place Market. All proceeds from the Thursday, March 6 event benefit the Market Foundation. Tickets are available online.