Craving some connection? Want to meet new people and talk about things that matter? Join Project Feast and Market Share for our Migrating Meals series! The goal of this series is to feature immigrant and refugee run restaurants and cafés in King County and to create meaningful discussion over a shared meal. We hope to provide a space for people of all backgrounds to meet new people, connect, learn, and ask questions. The events will occur every month and the discussion will be based around the home country of the owner and/or the food being served.
Stay tuned to our Facebook Page for ticket sales!
September 2016- Safari Njema: Food, Identity, and Colonization
October 2016- The Olive Tree: Language loss & cultural revitalization (Kurdistan)
November 2016- Cafe Assimba: East African Businesses in a changing city
January 2017- Himalayan Cafe: The Bhutanese-Nepalese community in South King County
February 2017- European Foods: Gourmet family flavors of the Ukraine
March 2017- Juba Restaurant and Cafe: From Somalia to Tukwila
April 2017- Food & Identity: A taste of Puerto Rico with Eric Rivera