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Friday Night Dinner and Music, January 7

Friday, January 7 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Torchy’s opens on Friday nights for fun-filled evenings complete with food, drinks, and live music! Sip on craft cocktails created by our bartending pros or order delicious wine by the glass or bottle. For food, we’ll have a chef-driven fresh sheet menu of seasonally-inspired dishes that showcase the Pacific Northwest’s bountiful harvests—think farm-fresh veggies, just-caught seafood, and more! Stop by for a unique evening—we’re sure you’ll love it!

Opening at 3 pm. Weekday happy hour special 3–7 pm, dinner service begins at 5 pm. Final seating at 8 pm.
Reservations accepted but not required: restaurants@wac.net.

***Reserve your table using the form below***

This Friday, our musical guest will be singer and piano player Victor Janusz. Victor is one of the Northwest’s most popular singer/pianists, enjoying a full-time solo career since 1999. His one-man show about a “life at the keys,” called Hands Solo: Pianoman sold out during its two-week run at Seattle’s ACT Theatre’s 2014 season, and at Palm Springs’ Arthur Newman Theatre, following a world premiere at The Duplex in NYC. His many cabaret hits include the popular Phoenicia & Vic shows with Wade Madsen and Pinkaboo!, which enjoyed a month-long run at ACT Theatre in 2008. Victor has not only booked historic venues like the Showbox Theatre and The Paramount, but he has also sung alongside the likes of blues great Duffy Bishop, Greta Matassa, Sarah Rudinoff,  Harry Shearer, “El Vez” and Billy Joe Huels. He has headlined at Canlis, the Fairmont Hotel, and has kept brunch-goers happy for over fifteen years at Salty’s on Alki. A graduate of the Cabaret Conference at Yale University, Victor has studied and performed with masters of the art form, including Julie Wilson, Steven Lutwak, and Laurel Masse of The Manhattan Transfer.

Victor’s recordings include Hands Solo (2002), Cosmo Street (2005), Living in a Blue State (2015),  Café Pluvieux (Victor Janusz Band featuring Arwen Dewey, 2018), and a Career Retrospective of his best original tunes: A Song To Love (2020).

Details

Date:
Friday, January 7
Time:
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue

Torchy’s

Organizer

Ian De Vera