Fifty Shades of Grey pre-release Seattle screening celebration raises eyebrows and …
January 15, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Columnist- Puget Sound Business Journal
Tickets are going quick for a special “Fifty Shades of Grey” screening celebration slated for Feb. 11, 3 days before a central Valentine’s Day opening of a much-anticipated flick. Fans have been looking brazen to a film fundamentally given a recover of a intimately pithy best-selling book by E.L. James, that was review by millions.
El Gaucho grill and a Big Picture in Seattle are partnering on a special $95 sheet that night that includes upheld appetizers and smorgasboard in El Gaucho’s Pampas Room, a 15 notation titillating mime slight and afterwards a screening of a film itself in a adjacent Big Picture theater.
There were usually 92 tickets accessible a few hours ago when a news went out on amicable media, and a phone lines during El Gaucho are buzzing. (206-728-1337.) Word is 25 percent of a tickets are already gone.
The drinks and menu have connectors to a risque book. El Gaucho ubiquitous manager Cooper Mills won’t take any credit.
Signature cocktails are named Hard Limits and Safe Word, both directly echoing a agreement that summarized a boundary of passionate activities between a dual categorical characters in a novel.
The menu’s tie to a movement in a book is, quoting Mills, “orgasmic,and that’s a connection.” Menu equipment include: smoked salmon crostini, tuna tartar on taro and gougeres, pig sliders with truffle aioli and Napa slaw, steep fat French fries, Gaucho mac and cheese, fruit and cheese tray, and chocolate ganache.
Patti Payne is a columnist for a Puget Sound Business Journal. She can be reached during 206-234-6827.