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November 12 Events

November 12, 5:00 pm, Cuoco

Spaghetti Dinner Benefiting Teen Feed

Team Cuoco is thrilled to host our first ever Spaghetti Dinner, a benefit for our friends at Teen Feed! Join us for a delicious feast of Stan’s house made spaghetti and meatballs, Caesar salad, fresh garlic bread, seasonal sorbet for dessert and two (2) glasses of our house white or house red wine or selected non-alcoholic beverages. 100% of the proceeds go towards Teen Feed, plus we’ll have raffle tickets and (super awesome) prizes to give away throughout the evening!

This month, Teen Feed celebrates 30 Years of providing basic needs, building strong relationships, and allying with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. This work is only made possible by the generous donations of time and money from people like you! Join us in celebrating 30 Years of Teen Feed by attending this dinner – and for only $30!

Fees/Admission: $30 Tickets can be purchased here:

November 10-12, South Lake Union

Cowabunga USA

SeattleMet has partnered with Amazon to host America’s Largest Beef Festival Presented by Amazon, Visit Seattle, and the Washington Beef Commission. They are activating all of Amazon’s South Lake Union’s outdoor space, roughly 3 city blocks, to serve up the best Steak dinner, burgers, boozy milkshakes, and much more. Three days of entertainment such as comedy and burlesque coupled with Chef Tastings and Demo’s, it is sure to be the food event of the year. The event is also looking for volunteers.  If you donate 1 hour or 6 hours of your time, (they would appreciate any of the hours), you’ll be able to enjoy the event that day free of charge.

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Gold Standard: A new bar & sidekick eatery are turning heads in SLU with Latin flavors. >>link to bio
Find Taiwanese street food and grab-and-go fare at this new neighborhood hot spot in SLU. >>link in bio
Burgers are plentiful in SLU, but this spot aims for its plant-based formula to become the neighborhood’s signature patty. >>link in bio

20 million gallons

of water from Lake Union used to level Denny Hill