Capitol Hill restaurant fights coal trains with oysters

315870_309109525856120_1724227383_n15th Ave E may be about 2 miles from Puget Sound waters but Coastal Kitchen is doing its part to protect the resource. Wednesday night, the restaurant is holding a “No Shucking Coal Train” event — 100% of oyster sales starting at 5 PM will go to Puget SoundKeepers Alliance to aid the group’s efforts in fighting the establishment of coal train terminals in the region.

No Shucking Coal Train at Coastal Kitchen

429 15th Ave E

April 10 – 5 PM

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Fundraising Dinner with Puget SoundKeepers Alliance supporting their efforts to “de-rail” the BNSF Coal Train program and protect our Puget Sound Region & delicate Marine Ecology.

100% of Sales from ALL OYSTERS goes directly to Puget SoundKeepers Alliance in addition to a portion of all your Eating & Drinking purchases also going towards the cause.

All Night Raffle for Grand Prize!
Live Music from 9pm to Midnight with Josh Clifford Jazz Quartet featuring the musical genius of … John Coltrane aka “Trane.” Get it? Col-trane?!

Coastal Kitchen, by the way, is a CHS advertiser.

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