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Want to enjoy spectacular views of Seattle and nosh on delicious food for a good cause? Then join the Seattle chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association on Aug. 4 at Columbia Tower Club.
Have fun with fellow foodies, network with professionals in the communication industry and get inspired for your next dinner party. This event has a little something for everyone.
Come try appetizers from local restaurants. Drink Manny's beer. Sip on some wine. Some of the most exciting chefs working in the Seattle food scene today are donating their time to demonstrate recipes that will be printed in a program book and available for each attendee to take home.
Meet the celebrity chefs:
- Tyler Hefford-Anderson, who has shown off his culinary skills at Salish Lodge and Spa and Opal and is now executive chef at the Columbia Tower Club.
- Lisa Nakamura, an alumna of The French Laundry and Allium who has delighted Seattle foodies more recently with her sold-out pop-up gnocchi bars.
- Rachel Yang, a James Beard-nominated chef and co-owner of Joule and Revel restaurants in Seattle.
- Prometheus Brown & Chera Amlag, purveyors of pop-up Filipino food venture Food and Sh*t. Brown is also known as Geo, one half of the Seattle band Blue Scholars.
- Steven Ariel, formerly of Canlis and now executive chef of TRACE at W Seattle.
So what are you waiting for? Tickets for this event will be limited.
Come up for the view. Stay for the food, booze and great company.
$60 at the door
Appetizers from our featured chefs and other local restaurants, including Bloom, Taste of India and Pho Cyclo. Drinks from Vortex Cellars, Tranche Cellars, Eleven Winery and Georgetown Brewery.
Proceeds from this event benefit AAJA Seattle. The Asian American Journalists Association Seattle chapter is dedicated to promoting diversity in local newsrooms and fair coverage of Asian Americans in the media. Our programs include college scholarships for aspiring journalists, career development and community outreach to local nonprofit organizations.
About AAJA Seattle
Since 1985, AAJA Seattle has provided scholarships for students, professional development for journalists and service to the community in the Pacific Northwest.
The Seattle chapter promotes the association's three-part mission:
To encourage young Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to enter the ranks of journalism.
To promote fair and accurate coverage of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
To increase the number of Asian American and Pacific Islander journalists and news managers in the industry.
AAJA Seattle's members work throughout Washington state in print, television, radio and online media.