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Benefit Wednesday for Phinney Ridge restaurant server who suffered a stroke

January 15th, 2013 by Doree

Catherine (Cat), who is a server at 74th Street Ale House and Prost! in Phinney Ridge, suffered a stroke on Christmas Day. The 35-year-old faces a lot of therapy to recover and has no insurance, so friends and co-workers are hosting a benefit night this Wednesday, Jan. 16, at six locations.

74th Street Ale House’s sister locations, Hilltop Ale House in Queen Anne and Columbia City Ale House, are also participating in the fundraiser, as well as Prost!’s sister locations, Die Bierstube in Roosevelt, and Feierabend in South Lake Union. A large chunk of the proceeds from sales of food and drinks at each location will be donated to her recovery efforts, and extra donations will be accepted.

Hale’s Ale’s, Georgetown Brewery and Maritime Brewery have also donated.

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‘Dining Out for Life’ at Phinney-Greenwood restaurants on Thursday

April 25th, 2012 by Doree

Several Phinney Ridge and Greenwood restaurants are participating in Thursday’s nationwide Dining Out for Life, to raise money for AIDS organizations. Each restaurant is donating 30 percent of the proceeds from a certain mealtime.

74th St. Ale House, 7401 Greenwood Ave. N.; dinner.

The Blue Glass, 704 NW 65th St.; dinner.

Naked City Brewery & Taphouse, 8564 Greenwood Ave. N.; lunch, dinner and late night dining.

The Olive and Grape, 8516 Greenwood Ave. N.; dinner.

Razzi’s Pizzeria, 8523 .Greenwood Ave. N.; lunch and dinner.

Santa Fe Café, 5910 Phinney Ave. N.; dinner

Stumbling Goat Bistro, 6722 Phinney Ave. N.; dinner.

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