DINE OUT FOR Seattle Art Museum

Support Seattle Art Museum while enjoying a delicious gourmet dinner at TASTE Restaurant!

How, you may ask? Simply by enrolling in Celebrated Chefs , an easy way to support your favorite charity throughout the year simply by dining.  Join us at TASTE or any of the other Celebrated Chefs participating restaurants. Every time you dine at a Celebrated Chefs restaurant, 5% of the bill is donated to your designated cause by that restaurant.

There is no cost to you and once enrolled, you dine as you normally would – you don’t need to notify the wait staff and no special card is required. You simply pay your bill with the AMEX, VISA or MasterCard you enroll as part of your membership and the 5% donation from the restaurant is automatic!

You can learn more and enroll complimentary at www.celebratedchefs.com.  When you enroll, you will also get a complimentary companion cookbook featuring a signature recipe from every restaurant.  Chef Craig Hetherington is featured in Celebrated Chefs with his Brown Butter Polenta Cakes with Chanterelles and Turnips recipe. We look forward to supporting your favorite cause when you join us at the restaurant as a Celebrated Chefs member.    

On all future visits to TASTE, 5% of your bill will automatically be donated by us to SAM.  Already enrolled in Celebrated Chefs? Grab a friend who is not and visit during this special week and they can turn their dining dollars into meaningful support for this valuable cause.

A delicious way to dine while helping the community!

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