Save the Date! Sunday Supper Series

TASTE Restaurant provides a lively place to bask in local foods and wines in August and September, highlighting the latest dinner series and events. TASTE Restaurant new executive chef, Craig Hetherington, and pastry chef, Elise Fineberg, create menus inspired by some of this region’s favorite farmers and producers.

 

 

Sunday Supper featuring Lummi Island Wild

August 3, 5:30 p.m.

$90 per person (plus tax and gratuity)

www.lummiislandwild.com

 

The five-course dinner showcases reefnet caught wild salmon from Lummi Island Wild, located off the Straight of Georgia on Northern Washington’s Lummi Island.  Considered to produce the highest quality wild pacific salmon available, Riley Starks of Lummi Island Wild, will provide insight on the quality and process of reefnet fishing, including “the sustainable model,” which ensures a healthy wild salmon population.

 

 

Sunday Supper featuring Ninety Farms

September 28, 5:30 p.m.

$90 per person (plus tax and gratuity)

http://www.ninetyfarms.com

 

The five-course dinner showcases naturally grown foods from Ninety Farms, which is based in Arlington, WA. Farmer Linda Neunzig will provide insight on the farm’s sustainable nature; providing healthy foods for families and offering the farm as an educational agricultural adventure for children.

 

A selection of Northwest wines will accompany dinner. Sunday Suppers are held four times a year, menu available at a later date closer to the dinner.  Call TASTE to make a reservation, 206.903.5291 or e-mail tasterestaurant@tastesam.com.

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One Comment on “Save the Date! Sunday Supper Series”

  1. amanda hubik Says:

    I must admit, I enjoy the Reef Net salmon so much more than the Copper River salmon (or any other fresh, wild salmon, from anywhere). We’ve been working with the crew over at Lummi Island Wild for a few years now, and I get so excited when July comes around, and all I can think about is the fresh Reef Net Sockeye. Thank you to Riley, and everyone else there, for providing such a terrific (and sustainable) experience!


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