Enjoy food from Seattle’s best chefs and local farmers.
Incredible Feast is celebrating it’s 11th annual event which was first started in 2005 by the owner and head chef of the fabulous Terra Plata restaurant, Tamara Murphy. The event raises money for the emergency relief program for farmers, Good Farmer Fund. The fund has raised over $100,000 to help to mitigate situations such as crop losses due to extreme weather, loss of equipment or greenhouses in fire or heavy snow and protecting livestock from continued predators.
The event allows guests to mingle with and taste the food of two dozen of Seattle’s best chefs—plus over two dozen spectacular local farmers—and enjoy an incredible cornucopia of local and seasonal flavors. Each chef will create a signature dish for the event, with raw ingredients supplied by local farmers and fishers.
- When: Sunday, October 11 / 6:00pm
- Where: Swansons Nursery, Seattle
- Tickets: $125 (+fees)*
Tickets can be purchased here.
*Discount tickets are available when you buy on site at the Information Booth at any of Seattle Neighborhood 7 farmer markets!
INCLUDED WITH YOUR TICKET: Carnival style games, fun prizes and a silent auction where you could win a unique salmon fishing trip from Loki Fish, special VIP tickets to local events, restaurant private dinners, cooking classes, and more.
Tamara Murphy – Terra Plata
Nat Stratton-Clarke – Cafe Flora
Nick Coffey – Cafe Barjot
Rob Sevcik – Loulay Restaurant
Kyle Noyce – Poppy
Dylan Giordan – Piatti
David Mitchel – LUC
Renee Erickson – Bar Melusine
Meredith Molli – La Medusa
Dezi Bonow – Carlile Room
Charles and Melissa Walpole – Blind Pig Bistro
Paul Osher – Porchop & Co.
Karen Jurgensen – Seattle Culinary Academy
Casey Cooper – 314 Pie
Aaron Willis – The Kitchen by Delicatus
Taichi Kitamura – Sushi Kappo Tamura
Rich Shell – Portals
Audrey Spence – Urbane
Brent Martin – Eques, Hyatt Regency Bellevue
Vuong Loc – Pomerol
Cory Poonacha – Cafe Lago
Roy Breiman – Copperleaf Restaurant
Michael Whisenhunt – Brimmer & Heeltap
Matthew Lewis – Where Ya At Matt
Autumn Martin – Hot Cakes
Hayden Smissen – Whole Foods
YOUR CONTRIBUTION: 2015 has been an especially devastating year for our small farms and the fund has already given out over $28,000 to help with drought relief, wildfire damage and more. Participation in this year’s event helps our small farms keep farming, protects our local foodshed and supports our local environment.
All proceeds support the Good Farmer Fund and the Neighborhood Farmers Markets’ (NFM) programs, including the Fresh Bucks program for SNAP users. The NFM is a 501c3 community non-profit and a portion of the ticket price is tax-deductible.
Photos by Incredible Feast.
Incredible Feast | Swansons Nursery, Seattle | October 11, 2015