2nd annual ‘Burien Bites’ to benefit local charities will be Sunday, June 2
The second annual ‘Burien Bites‘ – a food-centric fundraiser that benefits local charities – will take place on Sunday, June 2, with check-in starting at 11 a.m.
The bite will run from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m., with an after and awards party at HomeTask from 6 – 9 p.m.
Event registration fee is $10 per person, and guests can visit multiple local restaurants, where they can purchase a special bite for $5.
“We are always trying to find new ways to help the community and organizing Burien Bites is a fantastic way for people to have fun and be generous towards those who need our help,” said HomeTask CEO Jerrod Sessler. “It also brings our community which is all about the people together to build relationships”.
This homegrown event, created by HomeTask, allows people the opportunity to visit multiple restaurants for a bite to benefit local charities, including:
- Highline Schools Foundation
- New Futures
- Highline Food Bank
- HomeTask Cares Foundation
This event is a follow up to the “Top Chef” event of March 20, when over 120 people gathered in addition to around 40 members from participating restaurants and volunteer film crews for each restaurant (read our previous coverage here). Official event Food Critics choose the “Food Critics Awards” while the guests spoke for themselves with the “People’s Choice Awards.”
“Now it is in the public’s hands to vote and decide who will win the 2013 Burien Bites event,” reads an announcement. “Everyone is highly encouraged to participate and be sure to cast votes using the Burien Bites mobile app.”
Pre-register at BurienBites.com.
Here’s a video with more info:
HomeTask is located at 611 SW 152nd Street in downtown Burien.