Ethan Stowell Restaurants Join The Most Spectacular Party Of The Summer
Local chef to be featured at Pacific Science Center’s THEORY: Festival 2017 on July 28
SEATTLE, WA (July 18, 2017) –Local chef Ethan Stowell has joined the list of VIP food offerings with delectable flavors of the Pacific Northwest at Pacific Science Center’s THEORY: Festival 2017.
THEORY is an all-inclusive night of entertainment, guests will enjoy food from local restaurants, dancing, craft beer, wine and cocktails, laser karaoke, live science demonstrations and exclusive access to the exhibit everyone is talking about: Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor. Seattle’s premiere outdoor event of the summer takes place Friday, July 28 from 7 p.m. to Midnight.
Ethan Stowell will be providing bites exclusive to VIP ticket holders. The special menu features shrimp cocktail, Albacore tuna poke, Dungeness crab and avocado crostini, smoked cod crostini, salumi boards and Castelvetrano olives. Other featured restaurants at THEORY include Il Fornaio and Thackeray. More information and tickets are available at www.pacificsciencecenter.org/theory-festival-2017.
Special thanks to our event sponsors: KEXP, Seattle Refined, Geekwire & Heritage Distilling Co.
About Ethan Stowell Restaurants
We keep it simple. We like to use fresh ingredients and we like to let the food do the talking. Generous bowls of house made pasta, locally-foraged mushrooms, delicately prepared fish, wood-fired pizza, a ribeye for two, and a passion for doing it right. For more information, visit ethanstowellrestaurants.com.
Contact: Delaney Berreth
PR & Marketing Coordinator (206) 443-3659; firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER
Pacific Science Center is an independent, not-for-profit institution in Seattle. The institution’s mission is to ignite curiosity in every child and fuels a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking in all of us. Pacific Science Center’s award-winning, interactive programs reach more than 1.1 million people each year – in their communities, classrooms, and on the Pacific Science Center campus and at the Mercer Slough Environmental Education Center. Pacific Science Center began as the United States Science Pavilion during the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair. Millions came to explore the wonders of science during the World’s Fair and upon closing ceremonies, the Science Pavilion was given new life as the private not-for-profit Pacific Science Center, becoming the first U.S. museum founded as a science and technology center. On July 22, 2010 Pacific Science Center was declared a City of Seattle Landmark.