Good Food Kitchens

Good Food Kitchens is a food assistance, economic development, and local food resilience program serving King County. Funds received through individual donations and public and private institutions directly support restaurants preparing meals to those in need, while supporting local farms and producers and building long-term local supply chain relationships.

Farm-to-Table Trade Meeting & Food Biz Week

Seattle Good Business Network is partnering with Sustainable Connections and Business Impact NW to make the annual Farm-to-Table Trade Meeting a virtual regional event during Food Biz Week. Join us for a week of educational panels and conversations, facilitated networking activities, and an opportunity to taste the bounty of Puget Sound food producers from the comfort of home. The event will be all virtual, so folks working in the food and farm community are invited to attend from anywhere in the region.

Tasting Boxes will be available for sale starting in January, with samples from food producers all over the region. You can order boxes to enjoy during the week’s festivities and connect with producers virtually to learn more about each one. Purchasing boxes will help support our food producers. Three box options will include a mix of fresh foods & pantry items with the choice to add on alcoholic beverages delivered to your door, and a shelf-stable selection available to ship outside of the delivery area.

Good Food Forum

Good Food Forum is an online community connecting stakeholders across our regional food system to facilitate new market opportunities, match resources, and share events, knowledge, recommendations, and best practices. This is a free, business-to-business resource open to anyone who works to grow, harvest, preserve, prepare, move, provide, and serve food & beverages within or with service to the Puget Sound region, as well as the businesses and organizations that support that work. 

Watch the video below to see how it works, and register to join here.

Restaurants at Home Map

An interactive map of Seattle-area restaurant pantries, prepare-at-home meals, and community kitchens. 

Getting Started

Restaurants at Home was created to help people find fresh & locally produced foods while supporting local restaurants, local farms and producers, and community members in need who have been challenged by the COVID crisis and its response. 

Use the Food Finder button at the top left to search a la carte and food box options for pantry items, CSAs, meat & seafood, meal kits, and ready-to-heat meals. Use the Community Kitchen filter to find food if you are in need of a meal or to support restaurants providing those to the community. 

If you would like to add or update your restaurant, please use this survey to submit the listing or forward to someone who should be included!

For other resources to find farm-direct options and local delivery services, along with restaurants doing traditional takeout and delivery, visit our Eat Local Support Hub. While there, take a look at other ways you can be supported and support the local community during this time. 

This map was created with support from the Natural Resources program at Green River College and made possible with support from King Conservation District.

Seattle Restaurant Week

Seattle Restaurant Week is a biannual celebration of Seattle-area cuisine, inspiring diners to explore the regional flavors of the Northwest through prix fixe dining promotions served by some of the city’s best most celebrated chefs from Seattle’s best restaurants.

We will return in spring 2021. Dates still to be determined. The event will be both a celebration of the amazing food and diversity in our local cuisine and an invitation to support our restaurants and communities.

Good Food Resilience Series

A series of three virtual workshops to provide meaningful peer-learning and partnership building opportunities across the Puget Sound regional food system in response to the COVID-19 crisis. 

These workshops will spotlight new models and programs that food businesses, community members, organizations have developed to address the negative impacts of the pandemic. We’ll identify opportunities for collaboration to support their work and explore how these new systems can help build a more resilient, sustainable, and just local food economy going forward.

Questions

Questions about Good Food Kitchens? Reach out to gro.doogelttaes@kfg.

Questions about Seattle Restaurant Week? Reach out to gro.doogelttaes@wrs

Questions about Good Food Forum or Restaurants at Home? Reach out to gro.doogelttaes@hairam.

Interested in sponsorship opportunities to support our Good Food work? Reach out to gro.doogelttaes@nire.

The Good Food Economy connects the Puget Sound food community in order to strengthen the local food pipeline and build a resilient, sustainable, and just local food economy. Made possible with support from a Regional Food System Grant from King Conservation District

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