Four Seasons Seattle Concocts Works of ART

"ART" enthusiasts will flock to Seattle this summer where the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle will welcome back the "7 Days of ART," a special dinner menu that highlights a different preparation, ingredient, beverage or dish each night of the week at ART Restaurant.

The event will run through August 31. Here's what's on the menu:

Sunday: Great American Burgers & Barbecue
Summer favorites such as burgers, rubs and grilled corn are spotlighted. Enjoy The Classic Burger or The Elliott Bay Burger - a short rib burger with fried oysters and remoulade sauce on a pretzel bun with sweet potato fries - or dig into 24-hour slow cooked baby back ribs with grilled corn on the cob and southwest potato salad.

Monday: Sips & Tips
Sip your way through Northwest wine flights, enjoy menus and get wine pairing advice and tips from a wine representative.

Tuesday: Sweet Tuesday
The pastry team has sweet plans for Tuesday with homemade ice cream and sorbets, seasonal cakes, pastries and pies, plus a fun twist on push-pops and waffles.

Wednesday: Organic Wednesdays
Tag along and have fun with ART's Chef Jelle Vandenbrouke to neighboring Pike Place Market as he purchases products for dinner. Choose to go shopping too, or come back that evening where a market-to-table menu is created.

Thursday: Northwest Best Catch
Come hungry and share a selection of the Northwest's best seafood prepared in different ways - grilled, poached in sea water, sauteed and fried - with an array of chef's homemade sauces and dips. One night might feature dungeness crab bisque, or perhaps black cod fish and chips, seafood paella or poached halibut with summer vegetables.

Friday: Shake, Muddle & Mix
End the workweek with cocktail night in ART. Whether shaken, muddled or mixed the creative cocktails are stars of the night.

Saturday: ART Steak House
Chef's TV tray with four different cuts of steak, seasonal condiments and steak fries.

For more information visit www.fourseasons.com/seattle.

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