Dine Out for Life – Next Thursday, April 26th – Where to go in North Seattle

With the amount of restaurants participating in this year’s Dine out for Life, it’s really hard NOT to participate.  On Thursday, April 26th, local restaurants will donate up to 30% of their food and beverage sales will go towards the Lifelong AIDS Alliance.  The Lifelong AIDS Alliance provides practical support services and advocates for those affected by HIV and AIDS.

The event is nationwide and occurs in 60 cities – but we have so many options right here in north Seattle.  Here’s a comprehensive list of where you can go locally to help the Lifelong AIDS Alliance – over 20 great local spots in Phinney Ridge, Greenwood, Fremont, Ballard, Laurelhurst, Sand Point, Wallingford and Green Lake!

  • 74th Street Alehouse (30%)
  • Alexa’s Garden Cafe (30%)
  • BalMar (30%)
  • Bill the Butcher – Laurelhurst (20%)
  • The Blue Glass (30%)
  • Blue Moon Burgers – Fremont (30%)
  • Blue Star Cafe & Pub (30%)
  • Djan’s Dining (30%)
  • King’s Hardware (30%)
  • Kylie’s Chicago Pizza (30%)
  • Masala of India (30%)
  • Naked City Brewery & Taphouse (30%)
  • Nell’s Restaurant (30%)
  • Olive and Grape (30%)
  • Pasta Bella (30%)
  • Ray’s Boathouse (30%)
  • Razzis Pizzeria (30%)
  • Sand Point Grill (30%)
  • Santa Fe Cafe (30%)
  • Stumbling Goat Bistro (30%)
  • Tutta Bella (20%)
  • Via Tribunali (30%)
  • Volterra (30%)
  • Wild Mountain Cafe (30%)

One response to “Dine Out for Life – Next Thursday, April 26th – Where to go in North Seattle

  1. Thanks so much for including Dine Out on your blog! Hope you can make it out this Thursday 🙂
    – Kelly Bray, Communications Manager, Lifelong AIDS Alliance

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