Bite of PhinneyWood celebrates local restaurants, cafés, and bars
Bite of PhinneyWood artwork created by local artist and designer Sandy Nelson. Thank you Sandy!
Our inaugural Bite of PhinneyWood tasting event on Sept. 17 was a scrumptious success! More than 500 neighbors came together to meet and try food from amazing local restaurants, cafés, and bars. The event raised more than $20,000 for our essential programs and services while celebrating our incredible local food scene.
Click through the photo galleries below for a sample of Bite of PhinneyWood!
Photos: Rachael Green
Bite attendees were invited to vote for the best Bite of the event. And the winner is… up to you! After counting the results several times, the contest is tied between North Star Diner‘s Left Coast Reuben and Thaiku‘s Gaeng Krua Sapparod. We need your help to break the tie!
Vote for your favorite dish between North Star Diner’s Left Coast Reuben and Thaiku’s Gaeng Krua Sapparod by eating both and then emailing our Small Business Advocate Chris at [email protected] with proof of purchase (receipt, etc.) and your choice by Sun, Oct. 23. We’re excited to announce a winner next month!
Photos: Rand Peterson
Missed out on Bite tickets? Join our Bite of PhinneyWood ticket email list so that you can pick some up ASAP in 2023!
Bite of PhinneyWood was brought to the community by Salmon Bay Community Lending. Thank you to everyone who attended, participated, and volunteered for Bite of PhinneyWood! You all made this inaugural tasting event an unforgettably delicious afternoon.
Red Mill Burgers sponsored VIP Bite tickets for a group of PNA Village members and older adults at the Greenwood Senior Center. Thank you Red Mill Burgers! Photo: Rachael Green
Thank you to all of the restaurants, cafés, and bars!
Robust Porter collaboration with Stoup Brewing