Capitol Hill Housing’s annual fine food extravaganza returns this Thursday, and it’s not too late to get a ticket.
The annual fundraiser, now in its seventh year, brings together some of the best bars and restaurants in the city together under one roof to serve an array of food and specialty cocktails. This year’s event will have 29 different bars, restaurants and distilleries serving up dishes like Chavez’s barbacoa-braised pork shoulder with roasted poblano, and cocktails like the Vita Flatliner (Frangelico, Bailey’s Rum and Caffe Vita cold brew).
This year also marks a new venue for Omnivorous, with even more space for food and fun at the newly renovated Washington Hall.
Tickets are $85 and entitle attendees to unlimited plates of food and drinks. Funds raised during the evening help support Capitol Hill Housing’s mission to provide quality, affordable homes and programs that enable their more than 2,200 residents to thrive.
It’s been a busy year for Capitol Hill Housing. In June, they hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the Liberty Bank Building with Africatown, Black Community Impact Alliance and Centerstone. Last month, they announced their intention to build Seattle’s first LGBTQ-affirming affordable senior housing at 14th and Union. All of this is in addition to the 110 affordable homes they will be building at the Capitol Hill light rail station.