Photo: Geoffrey Smith
SEATTLE, July 6, 2016 — Red Cow is celebrating Bastille Day with wine, cocktails, and special dishes all night. They’ll be putting on classic French tunes to set the scene—join them in Madrona for the special fête on Thursday, July 14!
The Red Cow crew will be revisiting the clash at the Bastille with a battle between Beaujolais and Bordeaux—bottles of both will be available for $30. Also, there’ll be happy hour pricing on glasses of house wine and Normandy cider all night, $6 and $5 respectively. Plus two special cocktails: French 75’s and the Currant Affair (a cross between a Kir Royale and a French 75), which are both $7.
As for food, the kitchen will be whipping up an array of $10 beef and lamb specials.
Come toast to the tradition of liberté, égalité, fraternité with Red Cow! Reservations can be made online or by calling 206.454.7932.
Á votre santé !
Red Cow, located at 1423 34th Ave in Seattle’s Madrona neighborhood, opened in February of 2014. The steak frites-focused restaurant serves a collection of brasserie classics alongside a robust wine list and full bar, and the modern space contrasts with the rich dishes. Red Cow is open for dinner from 5pm to 10pm daily, 11pm on Friday and Saturday. Happy hour is daily from 5pm to 6pm in the bar area. For more information or reservations, call 206.454.7932 or visit www.ethanstowellrestaurants.com.