There’s Still Time To “Eat For The Arts” In Burien This Month

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Burien Arts in the midst of its third annual “Eat for the Arts” fundraiser, where every Tuesday during the month of July, diners at one of seven Burien restaurants are doing more than having a great meal – they are also supporting a local arts organization!

The way this fundraiser works is that local restaurants donate a percentage of their sales on Tuesdays directly to Burien Arts to help ensure that high quality arts programming remains available to local residents.

On Tuesdays in July, this year’s participating restaurants include:

  • Elliott Bay Brewhouse and Pub
  • Sidestreet Kitchen and Bar
  • Burien Press
  • Tin Room Bar and Grill
  • Mark Restaurant and Bar
  • Angelo’s
  • 909 Coffee and Wine

“Eat for the Arts offers a unique and exciting opportunity to support both local businesses and a local non-profit,” said Erin Williamson, Burien Arts’ Executive Director. “We are so pleased to have the generous support of so many members of the business community! I can’t think of a more satisfying way to contribute to our community than having a great meal at one of the seven participating restaurants.”

Eat for the Arts continues this month on Tuesday July 14th, 21st and 28th, so mark your calendars for a night out to support the local arts scene.

Burien Arts is a local non-profit with a more than forty year history offering arts programming to the local community. Burien Arts manages the Burien Art Gallery, hosts two Shakespeare in the Park performances each summer, presents the Highline Vintage Jazz Festival, runs a high school art gallery and outreach program and much more.

For more information, please contact Burien Arts at, email [email protected] or by calling 206-244-7808.

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