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We counted 246 South Sound food and drink joints offering Seahawks spirit specials this weekend. Elements Frozen Yogurt in Puyallup serves a Beast a la Mode, Skittles flavored fro yo. Little Jerry's in Tacoma serves a breakfast and dinner fit for the 12th Man with a Legion of Boom burger combo and a hearty breakfast called "The Sherman." My Cheese Shoppe in downtown Puyallup has a Beast Sammie combo on the go featuring half a pound and has beef pastrami, roasted turkey, Italian salami and ham piled high between a pretzel bun and a side of Skittles, naturally. Show your 12th Man spirit and search for the other deals.


From now until Valentine's Day, two Tacoma culinary treasures will partner for a delicious foodie gift find to romanticize. Lynnae's Gourmet Pickles and Brown and Haley create a tasty basket with a jar of Lynnae's Hot Mamma pickles and a heart shaped Almond Roca gift box for $10.99. Give the gift of food found exclusively online at or at the Brown and Haley Gift Store in Fife (3500 20th St. E.).


North Shore Golf Course (4101 North Shore Blvd., Tacoma) hosts a Deschutes Brewery Beer Tasting Night at 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31. A Deschutes representative will introduce new brews, accompanied by live music, raffles and prizes and paired with tasty nibbles for $20.


The city of Sumner hosts its annual Sweetheart Wine Walk from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8. There will be wines, chocolates, shopping and live entertainment. The $15 price tag includes six taster tokens to be used throughout the downtown host sites, a commemorative wine glass and a box of tasty chocolates. Purchase tickets online at Ticket price goes up to $20 after Feb. 1.

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