Seattle Met is excited to introduce a new event in conjunction with our Hope & Resistance February cover story, Taste the World, where we’ll be inviting our readers to the Wing Luke Museum on Tuesday, February 21st for an evening of exploring and sampling comfort food from around the world. Cuisine is an incredible unifier between cultures, and we’re lucky to live in a city where a meal can transport us to another place in the world. This event will be an opportunity to celebrate how diversity and exposure to other cultures and traditions makes our lives more meaningful, accepting, and fulfilled. All event proceeds will benefit the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.
We will be bringing together some of the best global cuisine in Seattle for the evening including Un Bien, La Carta de Oaxaca, goPoke, Huong Binh, Dong Thap Noodles, Fuji Bakery, Nirmal’s, Mamnoon, and Café Munir. Each of the ten restaurants will be serving a small dish that represents their country of origin so guests have the opportunity to eat their way around the world. The evening will also feature live entertainment and all exhibits on display at the Wing Luke.
One all-inclusive passport is $30 and includes one bite from each of the ten restaurants, and complete access to the museum. To purchase tickets, click here.