Ballard chef to host dinner experience based on 1980s video game Oregon Trail

Ballard chef Eric Rivera is taking his creative dinner experiences to the next level.

Early next year, he’ll host an Oregon Trail dinner at Addo (6420 24th Ave NW), based around the 1980s computer game.

According to Seattle Eater, the dinner will have seven courses, during which diners will choose game cards prior to every course. The cards will determine each diner’s fate, whether it be a snake bite, a wagon wheel falling off, or death by dysentery.

“My goal is to always have fun experiences happening within the restaurant and to challenge our team and the diner,” Rivera says.

The Oregon Trail dinner will be on Feb. 2nd, 2020. To keep tabs on Addo’s other dinner experiences, you can follow them on Instagram.


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William
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William

You have died of Dysentery

Southeasterner
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Southeasterner

The big questions. Are they going with the version with or without fishing (will they serve fish)? Will they serve bear? Will they serve wine and beer (or just water out of a barrel)?

Dr.Clipper
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Dr.Clipper

Get a few if those Gabby looking guys out of the commons park and dress them up as old Gold pan miners ha ha for the trail ride …..oh and have plenty of 2-11 steel reserve for them and listen the stories they tell about there damn fishing stories in Alaska …

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El Grunion
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El Grunion

oh jeez

Lizzy the Lezzy
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Lizzy the Lezzy

Did this dude inherit a ton of money or something?

Woger Wabbit
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Woger Wabbit

Settler colonialism!

Burp!

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