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Wine tasting extraordinaire

Taste Washington (www.tastewashington.org) will be held during the March 31st – April 1st weekend at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.  This amazing event features 200 Washington wineries as well as a few dozen restaurants.  Taking a quick look at the restaurants, I saw some of my favorites including Tom Douglas’s Dahlia Lounge… as well as Theo’s chocolate (no, not a restaurant, but what a wonderful taste addition!)

Yes, this is NOT a cheap date… the one day ticket is $75.  A two day ticket is $99.  BUT… this is wine and food tasting!

As you know from previous posts, you take the Sound Transit bus #594 from the Lakewood Station.  The 594 drops you off right by the CenturyLink Field, at 4th and Royal Brougham.  Adults pay $3.50 each way.  No parking costs, no worries about driving after drinking, etc.

For the Sound Transit 594 schedule, see www.soundtransit.org

You may also want to take the Intercity Transit weekend bus (620) from Olympia to the Lakewood station.  There are fewer time options, but it may work for you. For that schedule, see www.intercitytransit.com

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