Sip & Savor: Week of May 8

John Howie Steak Brings ‘Drunken Wagyu’ to the PNW

Wagyu beef has been all the rage on the culinary scene for its distinct, tender flavor, and John Howie Steak is now offering an even more rare version the high-end beef.

As of yesterday, the steakhouse began offering A5 Takamori Japanese “drunken wagyu,” which gets its name because the cattle are exclusively fed sake mash from the Dassai-Asahi Brewery.

“At John Howie Steak, we strive to constantly innovate and present new, unique dining experiences that cannot be found anywhere else,” John Howie Steak executive chef said in a statement. “It is our pleasure to introduce this very different flavor profile for Japanese Wagyu, and we hope our guests enjoy it.”

John Howie Steak will be the first restaurant in the Pacific Northwest, and among few restaurants in the United States, to offer this premium steak. But the steakhouse has a very limited supply, so if you want to experience drunken wagyu, don’t delay. A hand-cut 6-ounce rib eye is $175 and an 8-ounce cut is $200. The drunken wagyu is only available during dinner service.

Celebrate Mother’s Day with a Stunning Spread

Celebrate your mom, or that special mom-like figure in your life, this Mother’s Day with casual but beautiful flower arrangements and gorgeous do-ahead shared plates, like hot pink hummus and rustic mushroom toast. Serve up homemade strawberry-basil-balsamic ice cream for dessert in vintage teacups, and wash it all down with a simple, citrusy cocktail with a bespoke fragrance spritz! You’ll find recipes for everything you need right here.

MOD Pizza Celebrates Nurses

It’s the wonderful nurses at hospitals and clinics that make going to the doctor just a little bit better, and MOD Pizza knows that, which is why on May 12, the restaurant is offering buy one, get one free pizza and salads. Tell all the nurses you know, and make sure they bring their nurse ID so they can get this in-store special. Locations and store hours can be found here.

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