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“Foodportunity” Is Back With a Splash of Tech
This year’s networking event is sponsored by Kitchenbug.com, an online recipe box, that offers nutritional and calorie information for any recipe on the web, in real time. Kitchenbug will be launching their new mobile app at the event . They will have a photobooth from Seattle Photo Booths and suprises for everyone.
Seattle’s long awaited “Fete of the Foodies” will take place at the Palace Ballroom on Monday, July 28 from 6-9 p.m. The room will be buzzing as Foodportunity kicks off the evening with a tech/foodie angle along with tantalizing bites from many of Seattle’s top restaurants.
photo credit: Jackie Donnelly Baisa
Northwest restaurateur and entrepreneur Tom Douglas will provide his Palace Ballroom facilities to host the event and serve tastes from his newest venture, Hot Stove Society (a cooking school offering the ultimate connection between food lovers and the best food instructors). The lineup also includes tastes from Loulay Kitchen and Bar, Luc, Lark, Old Sage, Von Trapp’s, Poquitos, Six Seven and many more. For a complete list of participating restaurants and companies, visit www.fooportunity.com.
This year is filled with a star-studded line-up of food entrepreneurs and leaders, who will present their new innovations to the Seattle scene from 6:30-7:30 p.m. They will be available to answer questions, talk about their journey, and offer food related business tips.
Dror Daliot, COO and Tal Rosenberg, CMO
Kitchenbug.com an award winning recipe platform
Kurt Beecher Dammeier, Entrepreneur
Beechers’ Handmade Cheese, Pasta and Co. Liam’s, Maximum/ Minimus, Bennett’s Bistro,
Fraunhofer Meat & Fish
Maxime Bilet, Chef and Author
Co-Author of Modernist Cuisine and Founder of the Hungry Owl Innovation Group
Janelle Maiocco, CEO of Farmstr and Food Blogger
An online marketplace where you can find and buy organic quality food direct from producers for less than it costs at the store
Jason Wang, CEO of Caviar
A food delivery infrastructure for restaurants with real time GPS tracking
Want to learn new networking techniques? Be one of the first 40 Foodportunity ticket-holders to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat for the 8:30 p.m. “speed networking” session led by award winning food writer, Linda Miller Nicholson, of the Salty Seattle.
Tom Douglas’ Palace Ballroom is located in downtown Seattle at 2100 5th Avenue. Advanced pricing is $25 per person and will change to $32 per person at a future date. Tickets can be purchased through Brown Paper Tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/680259. Space is extremely limited.