The folks at Dishcrawl just launched a new program called “Neighborfood” that brings food, family and the community all in one place. Best of all, the first Neighborfood event willl be taking place in Capitol Hill, Seattle!
During Neighborfood, “neighbors” will experience 8 different restaurants, each with their own unique offering where guests can discover some of the best eats in a specific neighborhood. Each ticket includes all 8 stops with a portion of the ticket sales supporting a non-profit organization in the community.
Guests will be given a pre-planned map (also your ticket) of 8 participating locations where you can dine at your own pace and experience the Capitol Hill neighborhood. All locations have been strategically selected to be walkable and in close proximity to each other. Those that purchase drink specials/pairings will be given a bracelet.
Current Featured Restaurants:
- Manhattan – Pork belly mac and cheese
- Marination Station – Best Taco Ever
- Ayutthaya Thai Restaurant- Drunken Noodles with Tofu
- 95 Slider – Chicken and Waffles
- Sam’s Tavern – 50/50 Sliders
- Plum Bistro – Spicy Cajun Mac ‘n’ Yease (vegan)
- Capitol Club – Champiñones Al Ajillo
- Cupcake Royale – Cupcake Surprise
Yes, but they will be $45 at check in, right now they are $40.
I’m a Vegetarian, is there food for me?
We love and respect vegetarians, and there may be vegetarian dishes at various places, but, we cannot guarantee vegetarian options or any other dietary restrictions.
Are kids welcome?
Yes, we love kids! Although, participating locations have the right to refuse service to anyone.
Do kids need a ticket?
No, they only need a ticket if they are eating. Your ticket entails you to just one dish at each participating location. For our younger neighbors, we recommend one ticket for two kids to share.
Here at Dishcrawl, we are proud to say that what started off as a simple idea to explore different foods, restaurants, and neighborhoods in our local area has blossomed into who we are today, a company that is dedicated to re-imagining the way people experience food, drink, and their local communities.