Delta Launch Pad is a Festival taking place in three vibrant cities: New York City, Los Angeles and Seattle, with each city a specific focus. Although Seattle is an inspiration for film, music and food, food is the Seattle theme.
Food that takes you places: Carving the path from enjoying food to actually pursuing a culinary career.
August 8, 2017
- How to Open a Restaurant (Tips & tricks to break into the food and beverage industry) – Panel with Chef Ethan Stowell, Josh Henderson & more Open and free to the Public
- Ethan Stowell Chef Dinner – By Invitation Only
August 9, 2017
- Coffee Workshop (Why Seattle is the Coffee Capital) – Panel and Tasting Open and free to the Public
- Seafood Workshop (From Sea to Table with Renee Erickson) – Local chef Renee Erickson teaches you a trick or two in this hands on workshop Open and free to the Public
- Beer Workshop (Learn from Local Masters & Hosts No-Anchor Bar) – Tasting and food pairing workshop by No-Anchor Bar Open and free to the Public
August 10, 2017
- Sustainability Workshop (Maxime Bilet Showcases Superior Natural Foods) – Learn about the synergy between technology and food with Seattle Food Scientist Maxime Bilet Open and free to the Public
- Edouardo Jordan Chef Dinner – By Invitation Only
August 11, 2017
- Food Truck Workshop (Beyond Street Food with Skillet, Marination & More) – Panel & Tasting – Learn about Seattle’s Food Truck scene from local pros and their road map to success. Open and free to the Public
- The Future of Farming is Female (Moderated by LinYee Yuan) – Learn about Seattle’s female farmers with host LinYee Yuan, editor of Mold, magazine about the future of food. Open and free to the Public
- The Influence of the East on the Pacific Northwest (Japanese Fusion with Chef Shota Nakajima) – Learn Chef Shota Nakajima’s unique approach to fusing Japanese recipes with ingredients from the Pacific Northwest Open and free to the Public
Delta Launch Pad
All events are either:
- Open and Free to the General Public or
- By Invitation Only
RSVP You MUST RSVP for events and you must show up on time for events. Seattle is not known for its great follow through on RSVPs. This is not the time to procrastinate, or to think that they won’t won’t care if someone extra shows up.
There just won’t be room for you if you don’t RSVP.
Date(s) - Aug 8 2017 until 11 Aug 2017
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Tag(s) Coffee, Cooking, Food truck, Industry