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Prepared food shop in Seattle for New Year's Eve party?

Olympia Jane, I am so happy to hear that we inspired you! We'll keep a lookout for you on NYE.

And I would like to say again to all you Chowhounds - WOW. We are all so looking forward following up on all your leads (I definately see a trip to the Market and Pete's in my future). I will let you all know how it went. Happy Holidays, everyone!

Dec 21, 2006
rejzacat in Pacific Northwest

Prepared food shop in Seattle for New Year's Eve party?

Wow. Thanks for all your great ideas and recommendations! If your comments are indicative of how good the food will be, I can't wait to get to Seattle.

Just to clarify, it turns out we DO have a stove. And I'll have to check with my in-laws before giving out the room number.

Dec 09, 2006
rejzacat in Pacific Northwest

Prepared food shop in Seattle for New Year's Eve party?

Hello Seattle!

A New York Chowhound here. My family is decending upon Seattle for New Year's. We will be staying in a hotel (the Residence Inn in Downtown/Lake Union) with kitchenettes (microwave, toaster, sink, fridge) and would like to cater a new year's eve party for ourselves. We are a large crowd (15+) from all over the place, running the guantlet from toddlers to grandparents; but everyone tends to be a serious foodie. Any suggestions as to where we can buy (mostly) prepared food to serve for the party? I am thinking lots of different finger food, seeing as we have no stovetop or oven (besides the toaster). Bonus question: any reccoms for a good liquor store? We are planning on serving bubbly and making cocktails. We will have cars, so travelling is an option.

Thank you!

Dec 08, 2006
rejzacat in Pacific Northwest