FREEDOM BEAT’S CULINARY ROAD TRIP HEADS NORTHWEST TO THE EMERALD CITY
Chef Scott Commings Takes Passengers to the City of Seattle for His Monthly Dinner Series on Wednesday, October 25 at Freedom Beat Inside the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino
LAS VEGAS – (October, 16 2017) – Coming on the heels of last month’s successful fundraising event for the victims of Hurricane Harvey, which included the tastes and tunes of Texas and raised over $7,000 for the Hurricane Harvey relief fund, Chef Scott Commings is screaming “All Aboard” for his seventh installment of this wildly popular monthly dinner series. This month’s event will take passengers to the great northwest and feature the must-try cuisine of Seattle on Wednesday, October 25th at 6:30 p.m. inside Freedom Beat at the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino.
With Chef Scott always in control of the wheel for this intimate dinner series (maximum 25 guests) designed to be family-style and interactive, he looks to assemble a collection of dishes that prove there is much more to the Emerald City than just Starbucks and rain. “The key to Seattle is authenticity,” said Commings. “In addition to the fresh catch, there are a lot of foodie favorites that locals insist all tourists MUST try, so we had to bring some of those pure tastes to Freedom Beat for the evening.”
The Beginnings will feature a Seattle classic; Crispy Oyster Deviled Eggs, along with Pork Belly Bao. The second course looks to offer more comfort than a full-size RV with a Bigfoot helping of Ezell’s Fried Chicken served with butter rolls and creamy slaw while the entrée will feature a double-serving of the seaport city’s freshest catch; Wild Caught Salmon and Seattle Coffee Smoked Salmon.
Crispy Oyster Deviled Eggs
Pork Belly Bao
Ezell’s Fried Chicken
Butter Rolls & Creamy Slaw
Salmon & Salmon
Wild Caught & Seattle Coffee Smoked
Fall Apple Cobbler
In addition to being paired with a regional beer and a sweet finale of Fall Apple Cobbler, passengers will also receive a stamp on their Culinary Road Trip Passport – the more Road Trip cities you visit, the more great rewards and dining experiences you will receive for future visits to Freedom Beat.
Unlike traditional dinner series, the Culinary Road Trip is designed for those who like good food, good music, and great fun. Priced at just $35 per person and based on a first come, first serve basis, limited tickets are available now at EventBrite or plan your next delicious destination ahead of time by staying up to date with all future Culinary Road Trips at: