Ernest Loves Agnes Hosts First Kid’s Pizza Workshop February 21

Capitol Hill’s Charming New Ernest Loves Agnes is turning kids into pizza chefs!

Pizza-loving kids will have a chance to learn the craft this month at the first of a series of Kid’s Pizza Workshops held at Ernest Loves Agnes. On February 21st, kids will enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with a lesson in pizza-making Chef Mac Jarvis, who will share some pizza-makers tricks of the trade. Kids will then have a chance to see parts of the kitchen, take part in pizza related activities and create, top, cook and enjoy their own creations. 

Pizza 4- Kyle JohnsonThe first workshop is being held at the restaurant on Sunday, February 21st from 2:30 to 4:00 pm and all proceeds will benefit local neighborhood schools. Tickets are $10 per child and can be reserved through e-mailing

“We are thrilled to be a part of such a family-focused neighborhood,” says owner Jason Lajeunesse. “The pizza workshops are designed to be a fun way for kids to learn something new, and for us to come together as a community.”

The event is recommended for children ages 5 and above.  Parents must be present throughout the event, but are welcome to enjoy cocktails and snacks in the Ernest Loves Agnes bar.

About Ernest Loves Agnes

Ernest Loves Agnes is an Italian Kitchen, Bar and Pizzeria located on the corner of 19th & Mercer in North Capitol Hill.  We aim to provide delicious hand-made pizzas and pastas in a cool, comfortable space. Our menu is thoughtfully created, seasonally driven and locally sourced.  We are a full-service restaurant, with daily  dinner offerings and brunch on the weekends.  Additionally, our bar and café feature an extensive list of Italian wines, cocktails, amaro, and espresso.  In our first 6 months in business we have been featured in Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, Seattle Magazine, The Seattle Times, Sunset Magazine, Eater Seattle, Seattle Weekly, The Stranger, Eat Drink Lucky, Zagat, ParentMap, Evening Magazine and ABC’s The Chew.

Ernest Loves Agnes           |             600 and 602 19th Ave E, Seattle            |            (206) 535 – 8723