Upcoming Events

March 28, 2017

Tryout dates for Highline Premier FC soccer club start March 28 & 29

Highline Premier FC is excited to announce their upcoming tryout dates:

  • Boys and girls born in 2009 can tryout on March 28 and 29.
  • Tryouts for other ages will be in April and May.

Go to Team Tryouts to learn more and register your player for the appropriate age group.

HPFC provides the highest possible level of soccer development training to qualified youth players.

Do not miss the opportunity for your player to take their skills to the next level and train with the best!

More info at http://www.highlinepremier.com, and be sure to “Like” them on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/Highline-Premier-FC-117336144945280/.

Start: March 28, 2017
End: March 29, 2017
Venue: Highline Premier FC
Burien, WA, United States

March 29, 2017

Next Highline Forum will be Wednesday, March 29 at Starfire Sports in Tukwila

The next Highline Forum will be held on Wednesday, March 29, from 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. at Starfire Sports in Tukwila.

At the meeting, Forum co-chairs will lead a discussion about a potential reorganization of the Highline Forum.

The City of Tukwila will also lead a discussion about Day Tourism.

The public is invited to make comments at the start of the meeting.

The Highline Forum membership includes the southwest King County communities of Des Moines, Burien, Normandy Park, SeaTac, Tukwila and Federal Way and Highline Public Schools, Highline College and the Port of Seattle.

Directions to Starfire Sports from I-5 – Take 405 in the direction of Renton/Bellevue. Take the first exit (W. Valley Highway/SR 181 exit). At the light, make a left and head north back under 405. Take a right onto Fort Dent Way. Make a left on Starfire Way and head over the bridge. Parking is on the right. Address is: 14800 Starfire Way.

Start: March 29, 2017 2:30 pm
End: March 29, 2017 4:30 pm
Venue: Starfire Sports
14800 Starfire Way, Tukwila, WA, 98188, United States

Update meeting on Burien’s Off-Leash Dog Park will be Wednesday, March 29

The Off-Leash Dog Park in Burien has been open a year (read our previous coverage here), and representatives from Burien Parks and Recreation and the B-Town DOG group will be holding a public check-in meeting to share maintenance, improvements and fundraising updates.

The meeting – which is free and open to the public – will be held on Wednesday, March 29, from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Burien Community Center (14700 6th Ave SW).

“This is your chance to ask questions and/or give feedback about your park experience and your opportunity to get involved if you want! This is Burien’s first off-leash area so your feedback is very important for the future vision of our canine citizens!”

More info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1457139877693376/

Start: March 29, 2017 6:00 pm
End: March 29, 2017 9:00 pm
Venue: Burien Community Center
14700 6th Ave SW, Burien, WA, 98166, United States

April 1, 2017

FITT Balance’s ‘YogaLOVE’ fundraiser will be April 1 at Highline Athletic Club

FITT Balance – our area’s “floating studio” featuring Flow Motion aquatic fitness – will kick off Street Yoga’s largest national fundraiser – YogaLOVE – at Highline Athletic Club in Burien on Saturday, April 1.

This event will benefit yoga programs that support youth who have experienced trauma, including physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, neglect, homelessness, mental illness of a parent and personal tragedy in their young lives.

During the entire month of April, Seattle-area yoga studios will open their doors to fundraise for Street Yoga and its life-changing yoga programs.

Please consider sharing your love by reserving one (or both) of the following Flow Motion yoga classes on the water at Highline Athletic Club:

** Space is limited **

Reserve your Flow Motion Fitness Mat today at: www.FITTBalance.com


Date: April 1, 2017
Venue: Highline Athletic Club
125 S 156th Street, Burien, WA, 98148, United States

Volunteers needed for Work Party this Saturday, April 1 at Walker Preserve

Join your Miller-Walker Basin Steward and your neighbors to restore the forest to improve the health of Miller and Walker Creeks this Saturday, April 1.

No experience is necessary, and gloves, refreshments, tools and training are provided.

WHEN:  Saturday, April 1: 9:30 a.m. to Noon.

WHERE: Walker Preserve Park, SW. 168th St. and 2nd Ave. SW. in Normandy Park, up the road from Normandy Park City Hall. Parking options include 3 spaces in the small lot at SW 171st St. and Second Ave. S.W, or on the street along SW 168th St. From the gate behind the Walker Preserve sign, walk down the trail towards the creek.

Ivy pullers at Walker Preserve with a pile of weeds

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Please plan ahead – this park does NOT have a restroom.

WHAT:  We will remove invasive weeds, pulling English ivy by hand to make room for native plants.


  • Rain gear, dress in layers, and wear sturdy shoes.
  • Filled water bottle and gloves if you have them.

SIGN UP: Email or call Elissa Ostergaard at [email protected]gov  (206) 477-4792 to sign up or ask questions.

Bookmark the Miller-Walker Volunteer calendar page to check back for Miller-Walker volunteer updates!

Start: April 1, 2017 9:00 am
End: April 1, 2017 12:00 pm
Venue: Walker Preserve
Phone: (206) 477-4792
SW. 168th St. and 2nd Ave. SW, Normandy Park, WA, 98166, United States

April 4, 2017

Local filmmaker Steve Edmiston at Burien Film Office Happy Hour Tues., April 4

Local filmmaker Steve Edmiston will present “Adventures in the (short) film trade: lessons learned from the brave new world of independent film development, finance, and distribution” at the next Burien Film Office Happy Hour on Tuesday, April 4.

This free, open and all-ages event will run from 6-7 p.m. at the Tin Theater (923 SW 152nd Street in in Olde Burien), and doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Steve is an accomplished Screenwriter/Producer/Entertainment Attorney, and is also a co-founder of independent film shingle EKE Pictures. His feature films include The Periphery Project, Vol. I (IndieFlix), Crimes of the Past (Lifetime); A Relative Thing (Official Best of Fest); and Farewell to Harry (Porchlight Entertainment). He has written many award-winning shorts and web-series, including The Maury Island Incident (Hulu), The Day My Parents Became Cool (KCTS Reel NW), and Thr33.

Steve also loves his day job with Bracepoint Law, where he works with business, intellectual property, and media and entertainment industry clients. He serves on the Port Townsend Film Festival Board of Directors, the IndieFlix Advisory Board, and is a frequent speaker in the Northwest and Los Angeles on independent film producing and finance topics.  Steve also co-founded and served as President of Seattle’s Front Porch Classics, where he helped launch many award-winning games and toys, including the 2003 FamilyFun Magazine Toy of the Year Dread Pirate; Old Century Baseball; Master and Commander; and Stretch Run.

Start: April 4, 2017 6:00 pm
End: April 4, 2017 7:00 pm
Venue: The Tin Theater
923 SW 152nd Street, Burien, WA, 98166, United States

April 5, 2017

Poet Shin Yu Pai will discuss artist-poet collaborations at Burien Library April 5

Discover the fascinating work that can result when visual arts and poetry collide when Poet Shin Yu Pai discusses the history of artist-poet collaborations at the Burien Library on Wednesday, April 5.

She will also show visual examples.

During the talk, she shows her work as a writer, her commissions for both art and cultural museums, and her work with painters, photographers, installation artists, composers, and video artists on collaborative work.

She’ll also discuss developing hybrid works that bring together her creative practices as a writer, photographer, and museologist.

Shin Yu Pai is currently poet laureate of the City of Redmond and was a 2014 Stranger Genius Award nominee. She has also served as a poet-in-residence for the Seattle Art Museum. She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Pai lives in Seattle.

This event is supported by the Burien Arts Association as well as in part by Poets & Writers.

WHAT: Poet Shin Yu Pai discusses the history of artist-poet collaborations and shows visual examples

WHEN: Wednesday, April 5, 7 p.m.

WHERE: Burien Library, 400 SW 152nd Street

Start: April 5, 2017 7:00 pm
End: April 5, 2017 8:00 pm
Venue: Burien Library
400 SW 152nd Street, Burien, WA, 98166, United States

April 6, 2017

How healthy are salmon in our local creeks and watershed? Find out April 6

How healthy are the salmon in our local creeks and watershed?

Come to the Burien Community Center from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 6 to hear findings from the Community Salmon Investigation (CSI) for Highline.

Mary Eidmann from the City of Burien will share how you can get involved to help clean up polluted runoff.

You will learn about:

  • The CSI: Highline program, carried out by volunteer citizen scientists
  • Adult salmon returns for chum and coho salmon in two local streams since 2010
  • Local citizens who conducted the surveys, and how they did it
  • Key factors affecting salmon and stream health, including polluted runoff
  • How many coho salmon died before spawning, and why
  • New efforts to clean up stormwater pollution and how you can contribute
  • How you can become a salmon CSI surveyor this fall

Learn more: http://www.kingcounty.gov/…/miller-w…/salmon-monitoring.aspx, or contact Elissa Ostergaard, Miller/Walker Creek Steward: [email protected], 206-477-4792.

The Community Salmon Investigation for Highline is a volunteer program supported by a partnership between Cities of Burien, Normandy Park and SeaTac as well as King County and Port of Seattle.

Start: April 6, 2017 6:00 pm
End: April 6, 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Burien Community Center
14700 6th Ave SW, Burien, WA, 98166, United States

April 7, 2017

Meet the five finalists for new Burien City Manager position on Friday, April 7

The Burien City Council at Monday night’s Retreat (March 27) announced the five final applicants for the position of Burien City Manager.

A reception open to all to meet the finalists and provide comments at a reception is scheduled for Friday, April 7, 5:30-7:30 pm at the Burien Community Center.

The firm Colin Baenziger & Associates conducted the search for candidates, and is helping facilitate the final selection process.

“We are pleased with the talent and deep experience this pool of applicants represents,” Interim City Manager Tony Piasecki said.

City staff will have a chance to meet the finalists at a staff-only reception on April 7. City Council and the City’s Leadership Team will interview the candidates on April 7 and 8. This will include a tour of the City with City staff.

Representatives from the City’s citizen advisory boards will also be invited to interview the finalists.

By mid-April, the City hopes to have a new City Manager identified.

The five finalists are, in alphabetical order:

Amy Arrington: Arrington has been the City Manager of Davenport, FL (population 4,200) since 2007. In addition, she served four years as the assistant to the City Manager and two years as the Assistant City Manager in Haines City, FL (population 16,000). Arrington states in her application that her most significant success was the assembly of a professional team in the City of Davenport. She states that recruiting exceptional talent can be challenging in a small community so she worked with the City Commission to create a positive and innovative work environment which made it possibtle to attract highly qualified professionals, some who took a reduction in pay or left a larger city to be part of the team. Arrington has a Bachelor in Public Administration from Auburn University and a Master in Public Administration from the University of Central Florida.

John Burt: Burt has served as the County Administrator for Otsego County, MI (population 24,253) since 2006. Previously he worked for Berrien County, MI (population 154,636) for nine years in the planning and GIS mapping department. Burt states in his application that his successes include overseeing the construction of a new animal control facility, expansion of the library, coordinating the funding to build more than eleven miles of non-motorized trail, the construction of a new airport terminal, and establishment of the Louis M. Groen Nature Preserve. The nature preserve project involved several years of negotiations with the owner of 765 acres of forested land that resulted in the donation of the property along with access to a trust fund of over $20 million to pay for all operations of the preserve. Burt has a Bachelor in Geography from Central Michigan University and a Master in Geography (concentration in Urban Planning).

Matthew Fulton: Fulton was the City Manager for West St. Paul, MN (population 20,000) for three years. Previously, he served as City Manager for Coon Rapids, MN (population 62,000) for six years, City Manager for New Brighton, MN (population 22,200) for thirteen years, and the City Administrator for Hartford, WI (population 10,000) for six years. Fulton states in his application that his greatest achievement as a city manager has been to successfully implement a cultural shift within the organizations he has served to recognize the importance of connecting with residents at the neighborhood level. He goes on to say that being able to discuss the issues on a smaller scale within the impact area has been a successful way to address concerns. In addition to helping to engage residents, he states this unique approach has helped the City Council gain confidence in truly understanding where community residents are on certain issues. Fulton has a Bachelor in Urban Studies from the University of Minnesota and a Master in Public Administration from the University of Wisconsin.

Peter Troedsson: Troedsson has been the Deputy City Manager and Chief Operating Officer for the City of Bothell, WA (population 44,000) since 2014. Prior to this, he served in the United States Air Force for thirty years. He states in his application that one of his greatest achievements was leading a team that rescued 170 people during the 2007 storms that hit the Astoria region over a four-day period without a single mishap. Troedsson has a Bachelor in Political Science and Scandinavian Languages from the University of California, a Master of Strategic Studies from the US Air Force Air War College, and a Master in Public Administration from George Washington University.

Brian Wilson: Wilson is currently the Commission Chair for the Corral Springs Water District in Douglas County, WA. Previously he served in Federal Way, WA (population 95,171) as the Chief of Staff for two years, the City Manager and Police Chief for one year, the Police Chief for eight years, and the Deputy Police Chief for ten years. He states his most significant achievement was addressing a revenue shortfall in 2010 and submitting a balanced 2011-12 biennial budget. Budget reductions of $11.4 million (approximately 15 percent) were needed. After more than 18 months of work, the 2011-12 biennial budget was passed without any changes or amendments. He goes on to say that he is proud of successfully managing the change from a council-manager to mayor-council form of government. Wilson has a Bachelor in Criminal Justice & Sociology from Washington State University and a Master in Public Administration from Seattle University.

Start: April 7, 2017 5:30 pm
End: April 7, 2017 7:30 pm
Venue: Burien Community Center
14700 6th Ave SW, Burien, WA, 98166, United States

April 8, 2017

‘Drag Air’ fundraiser for local animal charities will be Saturday, April 8

A fundraiser for local animal charities called ‘Drag Air’ will land on Saturday April 8, at 9 p.m. at Black Zia Cantina (15212 6th Ave SW).

This is a 21+ fundraiser that will benefit The Gilded Feather Foundation and Burien CARES.

The Gilded Feather Foundation was founded in 2016 to host an event contributing to the education of exotic companion bird owners, with the latest developments in nutrition and behavior, thereby helping lower the amounts of exotic birds that end up in local rescues and/or sanctuaries that are already so overcrowded. The GFF also chooses a local non-profit animal organization to be the recipient of an annual grant awarded by the board of directors.

This year’s grant recipient will be Burien C.A.R.E.S.

A suggested $5 door donation will be at the door (cash preferred), raffle tickets (cash preferred) will be sold during the event and will be drawn throughout the duration for special donated prizes.

Fifty Percent of the performers tips will be donated to The Gilded Feather Foundation.

Event begins at 9 p.m. and will conclude between 11:30 p.m. – 12:30 a.m.

Start: April 8, 2017 9:00 pm
End: April 8, 2017 9:00 pm
Venue: Black Zia Cantina
15212 6th Ave SW, Burien, WA, 98166, United States

April 9, 2017

‘America’s Jukebox’ leads exciting spring lineup of South Sound Choral Events

On April 9, 2017 at 3 p.m., SilverSounds Northwest (SSN) will present its Spring Concert ‘America’s Jukebox.’

Northwest Associated Arts’ senior singers put their best foot forward with SSN’s annual celebration of the music from the 1950s through the 90s. From What a Wonderful World to Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, with stops along the way for songs by Simon & Garfunkel, Elvis Presley, Eric Clapton and many others, this show will once again prove that “You’re never to old to rock-n-roll!” Add in a live rock band, along with narration that traces the evolution of technology from 8-tracks to digital downloads, and you have a show that delights.

With KidSounds, YouthSounds & TeenSounds Northwest the South Sound’s youngest singers present a varied and fun show titled Spring is in the Air. On Saturday Mar 13 at 2pm, Directors Kerstin Shaffer and Colleen Thomas-Reitsma conduct an entertaining program that welcomes the sunshine with a song and a smile.

The NWAA Spring lineup concludes with a moving tribute to mom. On Mother’s Day, Sunday May 14, at 2pm CSN delivers a choral bouquet about, in honor of, and remembering moms. The concert includes favorites from the traditional choral repertoire, popular genres, and Broadway including stunning arrangements of Sting’s Fields of Gold, Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal by L’Estrange, a selection from Lauridsen’s Song of Roses, and Bobby McFerrin’s Psalm 23.

As always, CSN and the Youth Choruses encourage families to attend with their affordable Youth Ticket Program. Parents and adults looking for a risk-free way to introduce their children to the joys of choral music can bring young guests for free. Youth under age 17 can attend for free when accompanied by a paid adult.

ChoralSounds Northwest is comprised of adults from 18-80+. SilverSounds Northwest is comprised of 40 retired men and women. KidSounds Northwest, YouthSounds Northwest, and TeenSounds Northwest are also part of the NWAA family. Together, all these Burien-based choruses are part of Northwest Associated Arts (NWAA), which has developed a loyal and growing following with family-friendly shows that offer much more than the usual “choral concert.”

Ticket Info: www.nwassociatedarts.org or 206-246-6040

Start: April 9, 2017 3:00 pm
End: April 9, 2017 5:00 pm
Venue: Highline Performing Arts Center
401 S. 152nd Street, Burien, WA, 98148, United States

April 12, 2017

Don’t like your city’s politics? Campaign School teaches Candidates April 12

Don’t like your City’s politics? Well then – do something about it!

Here’s an event that will take place on Wednesday, April 12:

Campaign School is an exclusive one-day course blending the latest technological assets with proven voter outreach trends. It doesn’t matter what side of the fence you’re on, this school doesn’t discriminate. The ideal candidate is someone who wants to make a tangible difference in their community.

The course is taught by seasoned, bipartisan speakers with many years of experience putting elected officials in seats all over the world. They’re offering unparalleled knowledge to show you how to get there.

Topics covered include:

  • Writing a campaign plan
  • Fundraising
  • Voter segmentation and targeting
  • Developing a persuasive set of messages
  • How to reach your voters
  • Getting out the Vote—Bringing it all home

Speakers include:

  • Sandeep Kaushik—Sound View Strategies
  • Derek Baker—Northwest Passage Consulting
  • Justin Matheson—Revolvis.com
  • Michael Davis—Enterprise Washington
  • And more to come

The all-day event, taking place in Bellevue on Wednesday, April 12, is presented by the Affordable Housing Council (AHC) of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties, and Seattle King County Realtors. All sessions are held at the MBA Housing Center, located at 335 116th Ave. S. Campaign funds may be used to cover the cost of attendance.

For more information and to register, go to mbaks.com/campaign-school or contact David Hoffman, at [email protected] or 425.460.8224.

Start: April 12, 2017 8:00 am
End: April 12, 2017 5:00 pm
Venue: MBA Housing Center
335 116th Ave. S., Bellevue, WA, 98004, United States

April 13, 2017

‘J. Edgar Hoover’s Flying Discs: The Maury Island Incident’ at Norwescon April 13

Local filmmakers and historians Steve Edmiston and Scott Schaefer will be presenting ‘J. Edgar Hoover’s Flying Discs: The Maury Island Incident’ at the 40th Annual Norwescon from 3 – 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 13 at the Doubletree Inn in SeaTac.

Celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Summer of the Saucers, the filmmakers will provide a special lecture presentation, “J. Edgar Hoover’s flying discs: why the Maury Island Incident is the seminal event in modern popular culture relating to UFOs, conspiracies, and cover-ups,” followed by the screening of the multiple award-winning 30-minute film, ‘The Maury Island Incident,’ as well as an audience Q&A session.

Norwescon is the Pacific Northwest’s premier science fiction and fantasy convention and one of the largest regional science fiction and fantasy conventions in the United States. While maintaining a primarily literary focus, Norwescon is large enough to provide a venue for many of the other aspects of science fiction and fantasy and the interests of its fans such as anime, costuming, art, gaming, and much, much more.

The cost for a full-weekend (four day) adult membership is currently $65, in effect through March 31, 2017. As of April you will need to get your memberships at the con, where the at-door price will be $75, so register today for the best rate!

‘The Maury Island Incident’ tells the forgotten, tragic story – taken directly from declassified FBI documents – of Harold Dahl’s June 21, 1947, UFO sighting near Maury Island. It explores the origins of the iconic “Men in Black” within a conspiratorial mythology set during the Summer of the Saucers in 1947, all leading directly to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.

The film’s honors/awards include:

  • 2015 UFO Congress Best Short Film
  • Big Island Film Festival opening night gala
  • Washington Filmworks Innovation Lab Grant
  • Gig Harbor Film Festival Best Short
  • Seattle International Film Festival world premiere and more.

The short was Directed/Produced by three-time Emmy Award winner Scott Schaefer (Bill Nye the Science Guy, Penn & Teller:Bullsh*t, The Arsenio Hall Show, Almost Live! and many others) from an original script by Writer/Producer Steve Edmiston (Crimes of the Past, A Relative Thing, The Day My Parents Became Cool, and others).

The film was Executive Produced by John White. Producers include Scott & Laura Beth Peterson and Danny House.

The film – which was shot in Burien, Des Moines, Tukwila and off the shores of Maury Island – has also been turned into an “Original Series” and can be found on Hulu and Indieflix.

It can also be viewed on-demand here.

More info on the film available here: www.mauryislandincident.com

Here’s a trailer for the film:

Start: April 13, 2017 3:00 pm
End: April 13, 2017 5:00 pm
Venue: Doubletree Inn Hotel
Phone: (206) 246-8600
18740 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA, 98188, United States

April 14, 2017

Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce April 14 luncheon to focus on tourism

The Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce’s April Luncheon – set for Friday, April 14 at the Embassy Suites in Tukwila – will focus on tourism, with a presentation by the Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority (RTA).

This luncheon will feature keynote speaker Katherine Kertzman, President/CEO of Seattle Southside Regional Tourism Authority, who will discuss the regional economic impacts on travel and the importance of tourism as part of a “kick-off” to National Travel and Tourism Week, May 7-13, 2017.

This luncheon will also feature a panel discussion and Q&A with the leadership team from the RTA.

“Travel and tourism supports over 7.6 million jobs across the nation, including many right here in our region,” Kertzman said. “Last year alone we saw over 1.5M visitors spend $693.6M in the Seattle Southside region. Also, for every dollar spent by the RTA, over $40 came back into the local economy. We are gathering to celebrate the benefits of travel in our community and our local economy, we hope you join us.”

WHEN: The luncheon will be held on Friday, April 14th, from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

WHERE: Embassy Suites, located at 15920 W. Valley Hwy., Tukwila.

COST: Lunch is $25 for Members who register before April 7th or $35 paid after or at the door. Non-members are always welcome to attend any Chamber event, please contact the Chamber office for non-member pricing.

“We are encouraging all businesses who would like to “tap” into that visitor market-retail, restaurants, attractions, and the arts, as well as our hospitality and tourism focused businesses, to attend this luncheon. This is an excellent opportunity to learn, network and form strategies to grow your business.” President/CEO of Seattle Southside Chamber, Andrea Reay added.

Thank you to our host, Embassy Suites and our Luncheon and Civic Sponsor, the Seattle Southside RTA, our Presenting Sponsor, Blue Star Gas and our Event Sponsors Crain Photography and South King Media.

The Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce an exciting opportunity courtesy of the generosity of board member Mike Bulleri, Division General Manager of Baker Commodities, Inc. The Chamber will be giving away 4, main level Mariners tickets to the May 3rd evening game against the Angels at the Tourism Luncheon.

Everyone who attends the Tourism Luncheon will receive an opportunity to win the tickets with the chance to increase your odds of winning as well by purchasing additional entries at the luncheon-must be present to win!

Space is limited at the luncheon so don’t forget to register early to reserve your seat. Register online here:


You can also call the office during regular office hours at (206) 575-1633 or email Emma Oglesby, Membership Service Director, at [email protected].

The Seattle Southside Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit business organization that has served the communities of Burien, Des Moines, Normandy Park, SeaTac and Tukwila since 1989. The mission of the Chamber is to be a leader in Southwest King County and a regional voice and resource for building business success. The Chamber focuses on business advancement in the region by helping to build and maintain a strong economic environment.

More info at www.seattlesouthsidechamber.com.

Start: April 14, 2017 11:30 am
End: April 14, 2017 1:00 pm
Venue: Embassy Suites
15920 W. Valley Hwy., Tukwila, WA, United States

April 16, 2017

Classic Eats Easter Brunch will be Sunday, April 16

Features: Omelette Station, French Toast, Eggs Benedict, Pancakes, Breakfast Sliders, hash browns, breakfast potatoes, chorizo con Huevos, maple sausage, steak ham, apple wood bacon, Kid Breakfast station, Fruit platters, pastry platters, chicken fried steak, biscuits and sausage gravy and complementary Classic hot chocolate.

$3 mimosas $4 Bloody Beers and our Habernero Bacon Bloody Mary’s.

Cost: Adults $18.99 Children 12 & under $8.99 (beverages are not included in brunch cost)

Make your reservations today!

Text “Classiceats” to 80309 to Join Our VIP CLUB

Start: April 16, 2017 8:00 am
End: April 16, 2017 2:00 pm
Venue: Classic Eats
Phone: (206) 241-6275
918 SW 152nd Street, Burien, WA, 98166, United States