Lunch: Enjoy a great meal while helping others when you patronize this local restaurant. Their inspiring motto: "Great food. Better lives." Founded as a training ground for homeless people and other disadvantaged groups, FareStart allows its most promising students to prepare gourmet meals as a preface to a career in the culinary arts. The "cheap eats" lunch menu features soups, salads and sandwiches. There's also a selection of hot entrées and desserts. On Thursday, take advantage of a special deal: a guest chef leads the enterprise, serving a three-course dinner. Reservations are a must for this weekly event. FareStart has provided opportunities for nearly 7,000 people, while also serving over 6 million meals to disadvantaged men, women and children.
Local Expert Corinne Whiting Says:
Lunch: "This special eatery focused on culinary training as rehab made an appearance on "Bizarre Foods America" with Andrew Zimmerman when the Travel Channel personality brought the show to Seattle."
Best for Lunch Because: FareStart launched as a training ground for homeless people and other disadvantaged groups; enjoy delicious, budget-friendly meals prepared by students.
Soups & Small Salads
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