Red Papaya Ale and Spirits is Queen Anne's newest Vietnamese bar which replaced Vietnamese eatery/karaoke lounge, The Signature. This alehouse is great place to unwind and is soon becoming my favorite neighborhood spot.
Red Papaya pervades “Good pho what ales you,” and offers legit Vietnamese food and lots of microbrews to pair it with.
I cannot tell you how many times I have ordered Pork Belly rice and relished it with Deschutes' BLACK BUTTE XXIV.
You should attend this dinner if you’re like me, and often find yourself wondering what would pair well with pork belly - Stone Smoked Porter, Maui Brewing Coconut Porter Dogfish Head Chicory Stout, Deschutes Obsidian or Left Hand Milk Stout. Or if you find yourself sitting and drinking Dixie's Balckened Voodoo and imagining how well it would pair with Etoufffe or Andouille. You would take delight in pairing big, bold, warm, spicy flavors of Vietnamese food with thoughtful selection of great local and regional draft beer which Red Papaya offers.
Jay Fisher(Dog and Pony Alehouse), is general manager of Red Papaya who is well known professional brewer in local scene.
Red Papya offers 14 taps, 8 IPA's. 15 (rotating craft beers )taps, 2 wines, 1 cider, 1 Lambic.
They also serve good amount of cocktails
PORK BELLY IRON POT (is bomb-diggity)
MANGO SHRIMP ROLLS
BACON WRAPPED SHRIMP PO BOY
Come get a hot bowl of pho & a cold pint of beer at Red Papaya...
There is a No Show policy. So please please no no-shows or last minute cancellations.
Please note I have locked down the RSVPs 24 hrs prior, i.e, no one on the waiting list moves up after that point. This is so that I can give the restaurant a final count at that point. Any member who changes their RSVP after the set deadline, without contacting me, either by phone or email, will be marked as a No-Show.
I will email everyone that has RSVP'ed yes, the night before with my cell phone number.
Please be considerate and update your RSVP if it changes.
Note: Seattle True Foodies members will also attend.