As part of a bimonthly dinner series benefitting Northwest Harvest, RN74 is partnering with chef John Sheffey of Canon (Seattle) for a June 23 collaboration dinner. Each event will feature a unique four- or five-course menu created by RN74 chef Shawn Applin and a guest chef paired with optional beverages curated by RN74’s sommelier and bar staff.
“Community giving has always been a strong cornerstone for the Mina Group. The mission of Northwest Harvest, in particular, is one that is near and dear to our restaurant team’s heart, as it’s something we see the harsh reality of everyday as we live and work downtown. We hope these dinners will help spotlight the important work that Northwest Harvest does while raising money for its very worthwhile cause,” said James Uryu, RN74 general manager.
“With this exciting new dinner series, RN74 is helping Northwest Harvest fight hunger — something that continues to be an epidemic in our state. By engaging the community and bringing awareness to the issues of hunger, as well as donating proceeds to Northwest Harvest, they play an important role in the fight to help end food insecurity in our state,” said Thomas Reynolds, CEO of Northwest Harvest.
The series will take place bimonthly on the last or second-to-last Sunday of the month through October. Prices will be under $100 per person, based on the specially designed menu, excluding wine, cocktails, tax, and gratuity. Purchase tickets online here.