Taste of Seattle Made 2019

Now in it’s 5th year the annual Taste of Seattle Made will host 40 Seattle Made food and beverage producers. Members will have the opportunity to offer samples, make sales and market their products to 400 attendees. 

Taste of Seattle Made is a party during Seattle Made Week. Each year in October we host a series of public events to highlight local producers, makers and manufactures. The events are promoted through our website, social platforms, newsletters and through a paid advertising campaign. 

Taste of Seattle Made will highlight Seattle Made member collaborations. Think chocolate stout brownies or sausage biscuit sliders! Approximately 75% of the tables at this event will highlight food or beverage member collaborations. If you would like to sample only your product that works too but we would like to encourage as many fun Seattle Made member collaborations as we can for this event!

When: Sunday, October 6th, 1:00 – 4:30 pm

Where: AXIS, Pioneer Square

Participation Cost: There is no tabling fee to participate. Members must cover the costs of samples for 400 people. Additonally, all participants are asked to donate one retail packaged item (valued at $10 – $20) for our attendee prize wheel. Members with perishables may donate a coupon. 

While the primary focus of the event is to offer samples and highlight member collaborations you may offer items for sale at your booth. You must have sufficient staff to handle both sales and sampling. If you are offering sale of your product, you must have a minimum of two team members at your table at all times. We will ask you to discontinue sales if long lines occur for sampling.

Stipend: For those participating in member collaborations we will be offering a stipend of $75 per member so you may procure additonal items needed create a robust collabrative dish.

This is a ticketed event with proceeds benefitting Seattle Good Business Network. 

Application Deadline: Wednesday, July 31st

We will be accepting applications on a first come first serve basis. Please complete the two steps below to confirm your spot. 

1. Complete and submit our participation form 

2. Complete the temporary event blanket permit food application and submit to lmiyashita@gmail.com by August 30th. We will provide hand washing stations for all vendors. Beverage vendors and others who are exempt from obtaining a permit do not have to fill out the form.

Thanks and let me know if you have any questions. We love this event and hope you will join us as we celebrate products made right here in Seattle! 

Andrea Porter
Seattle Made Program Manager 
andrea@seattlenetwork.org | 206.629.2346 x 2 

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