Issaquah restaurants offer ‘epicurean experience’

The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce hosts a nearly month long event for chefs to get creative.

  • Friday, March 22, 2019 1:30am
  • Life

The Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce is offering a chance for local restaurant goers to be food critics in an “Issaquah epicurean experience.”

The chamber wants Issaquah’s residents to “Nibble Savor and Select” the city’s best appetizer and dessert. Seven local restaurants have created special appetizers and desserts prepared with salmon and locally grown berries.

Chinoise Sushi Bar & Asian Grill prepared an appetizer, Levitate Gastropub prepared an appetizer and dessert, Nicolino Ristorante prepared a dessert, Montalcino Ristorante Italiano prepared an appetizer, Trailhead Kitchen + Bar (Hilton Garden Inn) prepared an appetizer and dessert, Vista Prime Steaks and Seafood (Snoqualmie Casino) prepared an appetizer and dessert and WildFin American Grill prepared an appetizer entry.

The event will last until March 29 and is described by the chamber as a friendly competition to feature local chefs’ creativity.

Participating locals can vote for their favorite using an online voting system at the chamber’s website.

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