A lot can happen in one night. That’s the motto of the One Night Only Project, a monthly dinner series and private event service, which strives to create a once in a lifetime dinner party—new chef, new menu, new attitude. Each event is another chance for us to orchestrate the magic that happens between a chef and a booze expert (wine and beer dinners are what we do best) in anticipation of a memorable evening, whether it’s an exclusive invitation, special occasion or intimate dinner for a small group of friends. Our job is to make sure you are part of an experience that is unique and never repeated. Be sure to check out our new video.
“And if nothing is repeated in the same way,all things are last things.”- Poet Antonio Porchia
Join us on the last Saturday of February as Hitchcock’s Brendan McGill launches his first pop-up for The Fisherman’s Wife, a seafood-based restaurant concept he’s been toying with for quite some time.
Named “People’s Best New Chef” by Food & Wine magazine in 2013, McGill will be tapping into his love affair with seafood, vegetables and grains. “The Fisherman’s Wife, as a menu concept,” says McGill, “puts the seafood front and center, only to be punctuated with cured meats. Seafood also makes excellent charcuterie in its own right, which is something I’ve always enjoyed exploring at Hitchcock.”
Each dish will be thoughtfully paired with selections from Browne Family Vineyards to create a multi-course feast.
A cocktail reception begins at 630p, followed by a seated dinner around 7p at Studio M at Mallet, perched above Esquin in SODO.
In addition to our monthlydinners, One Night Only wouldbe thrilled to work with you onyour next special event.Whether you’re looking for anew twist on a companymeeting, a corporate event thatwill blow your clients away, oryou simply want to throw aprivate party without thehassle, we will help you plan aget together like no other!We can easily accommodate 50people for a sit-down dinner orupwards of 100 for a standingcocktail reception. Pleasecontact us for pricing.
We take care of all the specifics:ChefWineSommelier/Bartender/BrewerPhotographerMusicCustom-tailored tablescapesOpen commercial kitchenLots of windows (natural light)Projector/screenServersCoffee serviceClean-up crewNext time you want to hostan event of any kind, relax.We have it covered.
We are two friends living in Seattle who have spent years in the restaurant industry. In 2009, we decided to use our connections for good and construct fun dinner parties with great people, music, energy and, of course, food. Our secret weapon? Chefs who design special menus for us that are literally available for one night only. Whether a chef comes out of retirement, cooks outside of their comfort zone, or previews a menu of a hotly-anticipated new restaurant, we work with them to create an evening you won’t soon forget.
Julien has spent the better part of two decades discovering Seattle through its many restaurants and bars. A drop-out of the Seattle Art Institute’s Baking and Pastry program, Julien began her food media career as the restaurant reporter for KOMO Newsradio, followed by Seattle Weekly columnist, Seattle Business Magazine food editor, Q13 food correspondent, Eater Seattle editor, and most recently, food and dining editor for Seattle Magazine. Somewhere in between she owned an espresso catering business for what seemed like an eternity. She currently lives on Capitol Hill, which serves her well with its vibrant dining scene.
Melissa has been involved in some aspect of the restaurant industry for the past 20 years (ouch!), most recently specializing in restaurant and wine marketing. She has a passion for the local food and wine scene and is an alumni of the Seattle Culinary Academy. Melissa has owned her own catering businesses, been an event manager, bartended, and worked as a culinary gardener at the esteemed Herbfarm in Woodinville. She lives in Ballard with her husband and baby daughter and her snorting Frenchton Prunella. She is also perhaps the nicest person you will ever meet. With that said, she will not think twice about tackling you to get to the last bottle of rosé.
“To me, life without veal stock, pork fat, sausage,organ meat, demi-glace, or even stinky cheeseis a life not worth living.”
– Anthony Bourdain