Nordo Re-Opens Venue for Halloween Fun
Nordo is re-opening its venue for Bloody Delicious: A Dinner in Hallowonderland. This exclusive, extremely limited, and socially distanced dine-in experience features a three-course creative prix fixe menu from Chef Erin Brindley. Groups of two-to-six people can reserve tables in the eye-catching Alice in Wonderland inspired set. Costumes are encouraged. Dinner reservations are available until Oct. 31 and can be booked here.
Seattle Chocolate’s Haunted Factory Tour
Seattle Chocolate’s Haunted Factory Tour is back for the third year in a row and has been redesigned to offer the same spooky experience for kids in a safe, socially-distanced environment. This free, drive-through trick-or-treating event is on Oct. 31 from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Seattle Chocolate Flagship Store. Visit the Facebook event page for more information. To purchase extra Halloween treats, visit the Seattle Chocolate website.
Land & Food Justice with the Black Farmers Collective
Global Family Travels and Seattle’s Black Farmers Collective have partnered to present an educational experience that discusses the intersections between urban farming, race and inclusion, and food access. Tours are available on Oct. 30 and Oct. 31, as well as on Nov. 4 and Nov. 14. It costs $55 per person and includes a boxed lunch from Gourmondo Co Gives. Click here for more information and to register.