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Annual Saturnalia Dinner
Join Seattle's Phantasmagorical Chef for a January feast that will make Saturn blush!
Traditionally held in December, we've moved the Saturnalia Feast to January so you can enjoy the newer winter holidays with family and recover from your New Year revelry with friends, before diving into the extravaganza of our January Saturnalia.
In honor of the Agricultural Deity, everything you eat this night will be best-of-kind!
Sourced from ethical butchers, local gardens, and small local farms and wineries, every kind of diet and restriction is accommodated. From celiac to halal, Chef Killian is pleased to provide you a meal to remember. "The poet Catullus called Saturnalia 'the best of days' I promise to make this dinner one of your best!" Note: the ancient Romans had limited flatware: you will have a spoon and a knife; ample use of your fingers is encouraged.
The Evening's Events
5:00 PM - The celebration begins with appetizers and mingling
5:30 PM - Be in your seats for the first course, accompanied by music.
6:00 PM - Throughout the evening, you will be plied with twelve plated courses and we've been known to sneak in a few extra gifts of tasty bites. Guided by our master of ceremonies, carefully selected wine and mixed drinks (alcoholic and non) will be served throughout the night.
Evening's end: Dinner is expected to end between ten and midnight.
What are Sigillaria?
Sigillaria are the traditional Saturnalia gift. Traditionally these items are small wax or pottery figurines and you give them to your host and servers during the feasts of Saturn. You are encouraged bring a wax or earthenware gift for your chefs and servers.
Costumes: encouraged, but not required
Dress for the occasion. This is a special night. Dress up. Be as phantasmagorical as you wish. Period costume or fancy-dress; it's up to you. Enjoy!
Leftovers & Comfort
There will be a LOT of food and waste is not encouraged. You are invited to bring your own take-home containers. The chairs will be padded, but ordinary; you're welcome to add any decorations you may wish for your chairs.
Tickets include dinner, drinks, and entertainment. Tickets do not include your sigillaria, Ample free parking is available. Designated drivers, please advise us and we'll provide you with signage so you can enjoy the evening with non alcoholic drinks. Alternatively public transportation, ride-share or taxis are highly encouraged, so everyone can enjoy the copious wines and spirits included with the meal. Your vehicles can be left in the parking lot overnight, but you must drive off the lot by noon the following day.
At the end of the night, our Chef Killian herself will hand out prizes for best costume, greatest enthusiasm / embracing of traditions, and best decorated chair.
West Seattle Alki Masonic Temple (View)
4736 40th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|