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Love on the Half Shell: Valentine’s Day is for (Oyster) Lovers at Hollywood Tavern

February 14 @ 6:00 pm

This Valentine’s Day, celebrate the feast of love with oysters (long considered an aphrodisiac), seafood (sustainably sourced from the Pacific Northwest) and drink (sipped fireside)!

 

Hollywood Tavern in Woodinville is hosting a Six-Course Oyster & Seafood Dinner on Valentine’s Day.

 

The quaint historic roadside tavern will be open until 3:00 pm on Valentine’s Day for regular service and then closed to the public for this reservation-only dinner.

 

The cozy space will feature special service areas throughout where guests will dine on the briny bivalves freshly shucked from Taylor Shellfish Farms.

 

“Oyster lovers are in for a tremendous treat,” said Thomas Self, co-owner and managing partner of Hollywood Tavern. “Taylor will be shucking three different kinds of oysters, and we will be showcasing oysters in the other courses in a variety of ways~ baked, stewed and fried. The seafood main course will also feature oysters, and our decadent dessert will provide a fabulous finish to it all.”

 

Guests will be welcomed with a fireside cocktail ~ the Hollywood Paper Plane featuring (next door neighbor) Woodinville Whiskey Co. bourbon.  (Image attached.)

 

Please find more details below:

 

When:     Thursday, February 14, 2019, at 6:00 pm

 

What:     Six-Course Hollywood Tavern Oyster & Seafood Dinner, featuring Taylor Shellfish Farm

 

Where:   Hollywood Tavern, 14501 Woodinville-Redmond Rd NE, Woodinville, WA 98072

 

Price:      $100 (+ tax & gratuity)

 

Space is very limited, and reservations can be made now by contacting Story Kempton-Fix at sfix@thehollywoodtavern.com or 425.289.9710.

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Date:
February 14
Time:
6:00 pm
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The Hollywood Tavern
14508 Woodinville Redmond Road NE
Woodinville, WA 98072 United States
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