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  • Every course features a local fisher person.
  • Five courses five wines 30 seats don’t wait, appreciate!
  • The Ticket price includes sales tax and a 20% service charge that is distributed equally to our staff.
  • Eventbrite does charge a processing fee.
  • $150 is the base price and with the current cost of goods we have worked hard to offer you a delicious experience.

The Orcas Project returns for their second time.
Please visit their web site to learn more about the wine https://theorcasproject.com/

The Orcas Project is a very talented of cooperative of some of the most talented wine makers across the PNW making some of the most amazing Old World style wines. They are FOOD wines. Our chef LOVES wine, he sold wine when the Pandemic started, actually to the founder of The Orcas Project who also owns and operates the most adorable wine shop (Doe Bay Wine Company) on Orcas Island and soon a second location in Phinney Ridge hence the name. Cole, of The Orcas Project is one the most kind and knowledgeable wine professionals in the industry. If you haven’t ever been to a wine dinner or want to learn more, or consider yourself a “foodie” or “WINO” we are looking at you. Come celebrate with us.

The food; we are so excited to partner with Seafeast and Bellingham Dockside market to feauture the bounty and the people that make it happen.

Our chef grew up on Lake Ponchatrain in New Orleans, LA where he couldnt stop fishing. Yet is no stranger to the landscape here, as his father moved here when he was 9. He spent summers here visiting and mostly fishing with his older brother. When he discovered there were crawfish in Whatcom Falls was the moment he realized this was his second home.

This dinner is going to be a very special dinner for us to show our love of the Salish Sea all the way up to Alaska and the people who work so hard to sustain the waters.

Lastly, a portion of sales benefits D.I.S.H Foundation.


The Bistro has partnered with the Non Profit, which provides Vocational training for Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to learn hospitality skills to attain on the job training to secure a job and gain a better sense of purpose. Our chef has turned our kitchen two nights a week into a training academy and volunteers two nights a week as a cooking instructor. So not only do you get to enjoy an evening of Food & Wine you get to provide someone with an opportunity.

There may be a mini seafood market with products available to purchase from the fisherperson included in the menu as well.


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