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Omnivorous 2013

Capitol Hill Housing Foundation

Friday, September 27, 2013 at 5:00 PM (PDT)

Seattle, WA

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VIP Ended $150.00 $0.00
General admission Ended $80.00 $0.00
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The best restaurants, bars, roasters  and dessert makers of Capitol Hill raise support for Capitol Hill Housing.

Delicious food and drink from Artusi, Ba Bar, Café Presse, Caffe Vita, Feed Co., Fran's Chocolates, Hello Robin, High 5 Pie, Jemil’s Big Easy, Little Uncle, Mamnoon, Marjorie, Monsoon, Quinn’s, Rumba, Tango, Taylor Shellfish, Terra Plata, The Tin Table, Restaurant Zoe and more -- scroll down for menu items

Wine from Covington Cellars and Elevation Cellars

Spirits from Captive Spirits, Oola Distillery, Rain City Spirits and Sun Liquor

Sodas from Dry Soda Co.

Omnivorous 2012


5:00
 6:00pm: VIP reception (VIP purchase required)

6:00 – 9:00pm: Delicious food, wine and specialty cocktails

9:00 – 10:00pm: Drinks and music continue

Global Flavors with DJ Rhythma of KEXP all evening
 

General admission: $80

  • Unlimited plates all evening and glass of wine or specialty cocktail
  • Additional wine and cocktails only $5 each
     

VIP: $150 (Limited number available)

  • Unlimited plates all evening
  • Complimentary wine and cocktails all evening
  • Exclusive early reception from 5:00 – 6:00pm with Oola Distillery owner Kirby Kallas-Lewis and Capitol Hill Housing CEO Christopher Persons plus special food and wine pairings

 

 VIP Reception

Taylor Shellfish   
Kumomoto and Shigoku oysters

Tango Restaurant
Paella

Wine pairings from Elevation Cellars and Two Vintners

 

Evening Menu

Café Presse   
Fall Remoulade of Savoy and Napa Cabbages, Hazelnuts and Chanterelle Mushrooms, Creamy Cider Dressing, House Smoked Trout
 

Feed Co.  
Griddled Rosemary Bread with Dates, Pistachios and Watercress
 

Fran's Chocolates      
Gray and Smoked Salt Caramels, Bittersweet Truffles

Hello Robin    
Chocolate Chip Cookies 
 

High 5 Pie      
Petit-5s ~ Bite-Sized Apple, Cherry Almond and Marionberry Pies
 

Jemil's Big Easy
Chicken & Sausage Jambalaya
 

Little Uncle     
Black Sticky Rice with Coconut Custard
 

Mamnoon     
Mouhallabia ~ Milk pudding, Pistachio, Fig jam

Marjorie          
Plantains with Scallop Ceviche and Grilled Pineapple Guacamole
 

Monsoon        
Washington Sweet Corn, Pho Beef Bone Marrow, Green Scallion Oil, Rice Cracker
 

Quinn's           
Slow Cooked Leg of Lamb 
 

Restaurant Zoe          
Roasted Cauliflower, Golden Raisin and Tomato Marmalade, Fried Capers
 

Tango Restaurant 
Dates Wrapped in Bacon, Balsamic Reduction     
 

Terra Plata
Pork Campagne ~ Pork with Dried and Fresh Bean Cassoulet, Caviar

The Tin Table 
The Tin Table PBJ ~ Black Walnut and Molasses Banana Bread Crostini, Honey Roasted Nut Butter, Spicy Red Pepper Jelly, Honey Cured Bacon Crumble
 

 

Caffe Vita
French Press and Cold Brew coffee, Rain City Spirits coffee liqueur

Dry Soda
Selection of Dry Soda flavors 


Signature Cocktails

Artusi
Oola Vodka,
 house Falernum, grapefruit and lime juice, basil oil

Ba Bar
"Marie Motar" ~ Big Gin, celery juice, gum syrup

Rumba
Rum punch with Sun Rum 


Thank you to our sponsorsBank of America, Bob Oates Sewer & Rooter, Boeing, Deirdre Doyle / Windermere Capitol Hill, HomeStreet Bank, GGLO, KeyBank, Mithun, Pacifica Law Group and Walsh Construction


Produced by the Capitol Hill Housing Foundation. 
All proceeds to support Capitol Hill Housing.

Have questions about Omnivorous 2013? Contact Capitol Hill Housing Foundation

When & Where



The Summit on E Pike
420 E Pike St
Seattle, WA 98122

Friday, September 27, 2013 at 5:00 PM (PDT)


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Capitol Hill Housing Foundation

Capitol Hill Housing builds vibrant and engaged communities. We provide affordable homes to more than 1,800 of our neighbors across the city in our 44 buildings, which include historic apartments as well as award-winning new developments. In addition to affordable housing, we are active in the development of sustainable communities. 

Learn more at capitolhillhousing.org

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