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July 2012

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{dining guide} JULY | 2012 "Meat" me at Torchy's W E C FOUR REASONS JULY is Juicy at torchy's 1. Local, sustainably raised beef. We're thrilled to offer premium, grass-fed beef from the Double R Ranch in the Okanagan region. The steak of your dreams 2. Mouthwatering prix fixe dinner. Chef Eric has conjured four memorable courses that celebrate the best of the season. DISCOVER WHY DOUBLE R Ranch is a cut above. This month, Chef Eric Floyd's mouth-watering prix fixe dinner brings the Pacific Northwest's best steak to Torchy's. Yep, July is Steak Month at the WAC—and you don't want to miss it. But be warned, deci- sions await. Choose from flank steak, top sirloin, tender- loin or rib eye, then pick your preparation. How about Cajun spice rub, Sichuan glaze or horse- radish chive butter? Or maybe you'd prefer chi- michurri pesto, an Argen- tinian classic, as common as A.1. east of the Andes. Speaking of South For information and reservations: » 3. Steak-loving wines. Delight in a flight of red wines from premium vintners in Chile and Argentina. 4. Sizzling deal. Enjoy it all with our gift, a $20 Steak Month coupon emailed to you. Reservations: 206.464.4626 America, might we suggest a mingling of Chilean and Argentinian vintages with your dinner? A three-pour flight selected just for Steak Month should provide the perfect pairing whatever your cut. Looking for a little some- thing extra? Fancy up your plate with shrimp scampi, herbed garlic mushrooms, or Oscar (asparagus, crab and béarnaise). Or how about some au poivre with Dijon cream? Don't worry, your server will explain everything. Whatever you choose, the tenderness and taste of a Double R Ranch steak WAC-style is sure to leave you satisfied—make no bones about it. Torchy's 206.464.4626 With Steak Month comes a new bar menu. Plus, plan your Huskies game day now Impress 'em with private dining THE NEXT TIME YOU PLAN a team-building exercise, need an intimate setting for business or pleasure, or just want a little extra privacy for an important meal, reserve Torchy's Gold or Silver room. Host eight to 10 people com- fortably and combine flex- ibility and functionality with privacy and service. For a limited time, for every $100 you spend on dinner in one of these rooms, you pay only $80. Reserve with Catering. Game days just got better THE HUSKIES WILL BE playing their 2012 football season at CenturyLink Field, and the WAC is ready. Our Dawg Day Passes ($25) include game-day parking in the WAC Garage, round- trip bus transportation from the WAC to the stadium, and 25 percent off any menu item at Hagerty's. Without WAC Parking: $15. Call Catering ... and Go Dawgs! Cheers! New menu delights at Wine Bar STOP BY TORCHY'S WINE BAR for happy hour and enjoy half-off wines by the glass. While you're there, check out our tantalizing new ap- petizer menu, featuring fresh local oysters and sautéed halibut cheeks. Other happy hour food specials include a cheese plate, crispy long beans and sea salt edamame, and Hagerty's Sports Bar 206.464.2241 WAC Catering 206.464.3050 flash-fried calamari. With summer in full swing, we're also pouring the per- fect seasonal cocktails. Who couldn't use a taste of mango, coconut or tropical banana? Happy hour runs from 3:30–6 pm daily and all day on Mondays. So raise your glass, and your appetite, and toast the new menu at Torchy's Wine Bar. Sports Café 206.464.2809 JULY 2012 | Washington Athletic Club Magazine | 13 A S' T U T CA E L R H M Y KI OS A ! « « LUKE RUTAN

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