Café Nordo has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise $35,000 for a complete kitchen build out of its new home in Pioneer Square.
The Kickstarter effort is a critical part of its capital campaign to raise $250,000 to fund renovation of the 1890s-era Globe Building at the corner of Nord Alley and South Main Street, across from Occidental Park in historic Pioneer Square. The longtime home to the iconic Elliott Bay Book Company is being transformed into Nordo’s Culinarium, a spectacular new venue where food meets performance, literary and visual arts.
Café Nordo’s Erin Brindley (artistic director), (Maximillan Davis (associate artistic director) and Opal Peachey (member concierge) all call Capitol Hill home.
The troupe will occupy one floor for performers and audiences, and the lower level previously occupied by the Elliott Bay Café will be built out with state-of-the-art professional kitchen technology to handle food service. Whether an intimate culinary experience with one of Seattle’s many star chefs to visual artists to large-scale theatrical productions, the unique space will accommodate and enhance the many worlds audiences dine in at Café Nordo.
For more information on Café Nordo’s Kickstarter campaign, visit cafenordo.com.