415 Westlake

A distinctive northwest venue.

415 Westlake is a distinctive northwest venue for music, receptions, corporate and cultural events, provides a fresh canvas for your special event.

415 has over 5,000 SF of space that seats over 200 at table or 350 for walk around events.

415 offers complimentary tables, chairs, standard AV package, wireless internet, accessible restrooms, some parking and an excellent kitchen for your caterer or one of our recommended caterers.

Flexibility is key to the design of 415. High ceilings, large open space without posts, high quality sound and video systems and a well equipped kitchen gives your imagination room to create.

Upcoming Events

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February 23, 6:30 pm

FOOD: Four Short Talks

Sharing. Creating. Culture. Community.

Food is more than nourishment. It’s a way to make connections and a reflection of our community. How we approach food has implications for the public good — raising wide-ranging questions about cultural and civic identity, social justice and government.

Explore this topic with us at Kakao/415 Westlake at 415 Westlake Ave. N, Seattle. Mix, mingle and hear perspectives — from the worlds of cooking, eating, business and urban design — about how food builds community.

Branden Born, UW professor of urban design and planning
Laurie and Leslie Coaston, ’85, restaurateurs
Anita Verna Crofts, ’02, UW senior lecturer and author of “Meet Me at the Bamboo Table”
My Tam Nguyen, ’06, tastemaker and public servant

Social entrepreneur Veena Prasad will moderate the conversation and a reception will follow. Admission includes one drink ticket.

Admission: $5 (members), $10 (non-members)

More info and to register.

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