Feedbag: Coffee chat, spaghetti feed, beer fest and more ...

Niblets of information on all things food and drink in the South Sound

By Volcano Staff on February 4, 2014


B Sharp Coffee House (706 Opera Alley, Tacoma) serves up delightful concoctions of the roasted bean and encourages enlightened coffee consumption with its coffee tasting events. At 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb 8. B Sharp will demonstrate what happens to single-origin beans along their journey to perfection. Increase your bean knowledge. Seats are $6, $5 presale.


Puyallup Valley Lions Club hosts its Annual Spaghetti Feed from noon to 6 p.m. Feb. 8 at the United Methodist Church (1919 W. Pioneer Ave., Puyallup).


Tacoma Brewing Co. (625 St Helens Ave., Tacoma) - known for their compelling and unique craft brews - hosts the first annual Wood Aged Beer Fest at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8. Try stouts, IPAs and ales aged in barrels of all sorts such oak, birch, sugar maple and more.


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 sumnerdowntown.com. Ticket price goes up to $20 after Feb. 1.


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 lynnaesgourmetpickles.com or at the Brown and Haley Gift Store in Fife (3500 20th St. E.).