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Eastside Restaurant Week extended to Tuesday

A lucky person will receive a $500 gift card to support a BIPOC or women-owned restaurant on the eastside.

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[KIRKLAND] – (MTN) Eastside Restaurant Week has been so successful that organizers have added Tuesday, April 27, with a $500 prize for one person with a craving for takeout.

Organizers have made Tuesday another BIPOC and women-owned restaurant day. A lucky diner will receive a $500 gift card for highlighting their breakfast, lunch, dinner, or after sunset Ramadan delight. To participate, you need to visit a Black, indigenous, person of color, or women-owned restaurant, get takeout and post a picture of your meal using the hashtag #eastsideeats. Images need to be posted publicly on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter to be entered.

All restaurants are participants in Eastside Restaurant Week, from Bothell to Duvall to Black Diamond to Renton. Unlike other restaurant weeks, restaurants are not creating special menus – instead, this program created by Eastside Restaurant Support in cooperation with ten Chamber of Commerce through the eastside supports the struggling restaurant community.

If you need some inspiration for a restaurant to visit, we’ve created a list for you:

  • Acas Los Tortas – Bothell
  • Altha’s Louisiana Cajun Store and Deli – Kent
  • Ascend Prime – Bellevue
  • Belden Cafe – Bellevue
  • Belle Pastry – Bellevue
  • Bobae USA – Woodinville
  • Boon Boona – Renton
  • The Box & Burgers Eatery – Kirkland
  • Cafe Pogacha – Bellevue
  • Capri Cellars – Issaquah
  • Carolina Smoke BBQ – Bothell
  • Casa Ricardo’s – Kirkland
  • Castilla Restaurant and Tapas Bar – Bellevue
  • Cielo Cocina Mexicana – Bellevue
  • Cleo’s Kitchen – Bellevue
  • Copper Kettle – Bellevue
  • Dat Creole Soul – Kent
  • Ezell’s Famous Fried Chicken – multiple locations
  • Facing East Taiwanese Restaurant – Bellevue
  • Factory Donuts – Kirkland
  • FogRose Atelier – Bellevue
  • Hapa Food Truck – Woodinville and Bellevue
  • Heritage – Woodinville
  • Izumi – Kirkland
  • JB Bungalow – Kirkland
  • Japonessa – Bellevue
  • Juba – Renton
  • KJ’s Cakery Bakery Sweet Shop – Kent
  • Kathakali – Kirkland
  • Kirkland Sushi – Kirkland
  • Kringles Bakery – Redmond
  • Lady Yum – Kirkland
  • Lilac Cafe – Kirkland
  • Llama Fusion Food Truck – Kirkland – Juanita
  • Longevity Foods – Duvall
  • Lynn’s Bistro – Kirkland
  • Metier Brewing Company – Woodinville
  • Naija Buka – Kent
  • Nana’s Kitchen – Kent
  • Nicolino’s – Issaquah 
  • Orenji Sushi & Noodles – Issaquah
  • Pickney Cookie Cafe – Kirkland
  • Pie Bar Food Truck – Kirkland
  • Red Bamboo Bistro – Renton
  • Ricardo’s – Factoria
  • Royal India – Kirkland
  • Saimin Says – Renton
  • Seattle Cinnamon Roll Company – Woodinville
  • Shaburina – Bellevue
  • Tacos Guaymas – Multiple locations
  • The Slip – Kirkland
  • Top Gun – Factoria
  • Voltera – Kirkland
  • Vovina – Kirkland
  • The Wine Alley – Renton

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