Join us for our first ever Paella Night!
Join us April, 8 at 6:00 p.m. as Chef Malcolm cooks up a pot of traditional Spanish Paella.
Our special Paella dinner is $35.00/person and includes:
Selection of Toasts
Paella Mixta (mussels, shrimp, chorizo, chicken)
Reservations are required and RSVP at www.pintxoseattle.com/reservations or 206-441-4042. Please let us know that your reservation is for the Paella Dinner.
We’re hoping to make this a Pintxo tradition, so if you can’t make it to this one, sign up for our email list to receive information on upcoming events and Paella Nights.
You probably already know about our great Wine Wednesday special ($10 off all bottles of wine), but did you know we also have a live flamenco guitarist in house every Wednesday?
Daniel Azcarate is live at Pintxo every Wednesday evening from 6:30p.m.-9:00p.m. Sit back, relax, enjoy a bottle of wine and the sweet sounds of flamenco guitar.
About Daniel Azcarate:
After playing guitar for many years Daniel has devoted himself wholeheartedly to flamenco. He got his start studying with Marcos Carmona, and although he is largely self-taught continues to study with Eric Jaeger. He studied in Spain intensively with Juan Del Gastor in 2008 and while there also began studying cante with El Gamba. He continues to enrich his knowledge of flamenco through studies with Jesus Montoya and Vicente Griego. His passion, dedication to flamenco, and undeniable talent are apparent to all who see him perform.
Daniel Azcarate, March 12, 2012
As restaurateurs, it’s nearly impossible for us to go anywhere for any sort of time. We are crossing our fingers that this fall allows us a bit of time to head East to Europe and spend time in the Basque Country. Our inspiration? Pintxo. Our Guide? NY Times Travel.
We cook Paella! At your house or event location.
Price per head is $35-$45 and includes:
-Mixta Paella: chicken, shrimp, mussels, chorizo, veggies and rice.
-Choice of 3 tostas (smoked salmon, montiditio de serrano, goat cheese, tapenade, artichoke basil, boquerones)
-salad (mixed greens, pine nut and basil dressing, carrots, onions)
-soup (gazpacho or curried cauliflower)
You can contact us at Info@PintxoSeattle.com for more information. Be sure to sign up on our mailing list! We’ll be hosting Paella Dinners at Pintxo, starting in Spring of 2012!
You Guys! Did you see us on the 3rd episode of Local Brew? Our amazing friend and new favorite Satellite, Ross Asdourian put his corporate career in his back pocket and set out to make the world laugh at, I mean, laugh WITH Seattle.
They hosted their latest episode from Pintxo Seattle. He’s munching on Bacon Wrapped Dates, Pork Sliders, and Two Beers Brewing Comapny, Sodo Brown Ale (All THREE are happy hour items).
The folks at Local Brew not only want us to laugh, but the believe in giving back. They have a blog here where they post about local charitable events. You can contact them anytime with any funny idea you might have AND any charitable event you might know about.
Thanks, Local Brew! We think you guys are awesome!
Seattle, did you know every Wednesday, with out fail, we have $10.00 off a bottle of wine?
For months, our chef Malcolm, has been begging for a Ribera Del Duero (say that fast 3 times!). We now have two. What’s so special about the Ribera Del Duero?
Spain holds 11 “quality wine regions”. The Ribera Del Duero (included in one of the 11 quality regions) is located in the northern plateau and rests along the Duero river – a beast of a water way that boasts incredible history. From, housing Spanish Nobility when the Moors still ruled southern Spain to evidence of a Roman presence and influences of wine production and drinking. Napoleon and his troops fought and failed on these fields during the war of Independence and El Cid fought for Spain’s unification along the river banks.
There is nothing boring about the Ribera Del Duero. Including our new wines.
Valdecampana Crianza, 2005, Tempranillo: well balanced combination with notes from oak barrels (a year in the barrel, a year in the bottle).
, 2010, Tempranillo: Aromas of ripe fruit, balsamic and vanilla with a dash of pepper.
Come by any day (especially Wednesday) and enjoy a bottle.