Enjoy Rooftop Dining at its Finest at Bastille

Staff Writer
Enjoy all fresco French suppers in a garden of earthly delights

Bastille's bountiful garden will be home to a series of dinners.

With the trees blushing with pink blossoms and an extra hour of evening light, summer is just around the corner.  Nothing smacks of summer like al fresco dining; have we got just the Seattle spot for you!

Ballard’s convivial brasserie, Bastille, will host their Monday-night rooftop suppers this June-September. These magical meals will take place amid their 4,500 square-foot garden of earthly delights, with stunning views of the Olympics and the Ship Canal.  At 5:30pm, whet your whistle with a Pimm’s Cup and a garden tour, led by Seattle Urban Farm Co. A multi-course dinner with wine pairings will be served at 6:30. Featuring produce plucked from the adjacent garden, this is as local as it gets. Sommelier Kristen Young, chef Jason Stoneburner and/or chef de cuisine Cody Farrell will be on hand to present each dish and wine.

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At only 12 diners per night, enjoy these intimate eveningss for $115/person, which includes food, wine, the tour, and tip. Book at Brown Paper Tickets. Last year sold out quickly; the early bird catches the worm!