Starting April 7th Tallulah’s will donate a portion of our Meatless Monday sales on the first Monday of the month to select programs and causes in our community.
Meatless Monday started at the beginning of WWI, returned during WWII and was finally revived again in 2003. Now it has grown into a global movement. At Tallulah’s we believe in Meatless Monday
– It’s good for the environment
– It’s good for your health
– Vegetables are delicious and it’s easy to go meat free once a week
Vegetables are delicious, which is why we support local farming and use seasonal We think Seattle Tilth’s program “Community Kitchens Northwest” is a great cause to kick things off. Their mission to inspire and educate people about sustainable local food is exactly what we aim to do as well. The goal for Community Kitchens Northwest is to “…empower people with the tools they need to eat well every day by sharing cooking skills, nutritional knowledge and food traditions” Come join us in celebrating Meatless Monday on every Monday night at Tallulah’s Tallulah’s is located on 550 19th Ave E in Seattle, Washington. We are open for dinner from 4pm-12am on Sunday- Thursday and 4pm-1am on Friday and Saturday. Brunch is from 9-3 on the weekends.
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