4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

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Dine out on Thursday, May 17th during the Take A Bite For Skagit Foodie Fundraiser! Participating eateries will be donating a percentage of their proceeds to Community Action to get fresh produce from local farms and distribute it to local food banks. By dining out at one of these places on Thursday, May 17th, you will make an impact on the lives of hungry families!

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  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide
    $38.00

    With the Tea For Two, you can share a freshly brewed large pot of tea of your choice, served on a tiered tray for the full experience! Each will enjoy a soup or salad, finger sandwiches, a scone with lemon curd & Devonshire cream and desserts!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    COA's Signature Prawns are wrapped in bacon, fried until golden brown, and served with a delicious poblano sauce! Swing by their Mount Vernon or La Conner locations and give it a try!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide
    $3.35

    Warm up with this rich, creamy beverage. The Cinnamon Caramello from North Cove Coffee blends espresso with caramel, cinnamon syrup and steamed milk for just $3.35. Sip, savor, repeat.

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    Indulge yourself with the tasty Spicy Pilgrim sandwich at Liberty Bistro! This yummy concoction is a hoagie stuffed with special spicy chipotle cranberry sauce, oven roasted turkey, pepper jack, tomato, onion, and lettuce, toasted to perfection! Magnificent!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    La Conner Seafood & Prime Rib House has made an American comfort food decadent! Their Avocado Brie Burger is elevated with a juicy, Kobe beef patty covered in melted Brie cheese then topped with fresh avocado, tomatoes and lettuce. A toasty bun is the finishing touch. (Ask about the Gluten-Free options)

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    Only an awesome burger could be the namesake of an awesome town! Anelia's Kitchen & Stage created a juicy, grass-fed patty on a buttery brioche bun. The La Conner Burger can't stop there. They top it with lettuce, local Hempler's pepper bacon, fresh avocado, cheddar, and house made red pepper relish, pickles and sauce. A delicious tribute to La Conner!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    Eat delicious handmade ice cream cookie sandwiches at Orange Rainbow Espresso! With eight different types of cookies and eight different types of ice cream, the combinations are endless!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide
    $17.25

    If you like your burgers a little more on the wild side, you'll love the Liberator Burger at Flyers Restaurant & Brewhouse. They mix lean wild boar, chopped bacon and ground sirloin to form a patty exploding with flavor. Capped off with melted cheddar cheese and MORE thick-cut bacon! It's anything but BOAR-ing!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    The Lotus Energy Spritzers at Stop N' Go Espresso are a super premium, healthier alternative to Red Bull. It has the same amount of caffeine but with NO crash! Made with natural ingredients and botanicals for a plant-based energy boost. Say amore and try it with a splash of cream for an energy Italian soda!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    The Sophie Pizza at Mod Pizza is a play on an artichoke dip in pizza form. While traditionally made with spinach, Arugula will provide a little peppery bite of flavor that pairs well with the briny artichokes and Smokey bacon. Finishing with their customer favorite Sri-Rancha sauce drizzled on top, bringing heat to the party! ;)

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    If you think you've had a pork chop, come by the Third Street Cafe and experience the difference of the Grilled Kurobuta Pork Chop, known for its rich, juicy flavor and succulent texture. This heritage meat stands on its own but Third Street doesn't stop there! They add a fig-port reduction and serve with the freshest, organic veggies and creamy mashed potatoes.

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    Did the folks at Applebee’s read our minds?! They’ve combined two of our faves – quesadillas and cheeseburgers - into one mouth-watering masterpiece of flavor! The Quesadilla Burger is one-of-a-kind, with zesty pepper jack cheese, house made Mexi-ranch sauce, crisp bacon, fresh pico de gallo and lettuce. Oh, and forget the bun! This burger is between two slices of warm, cheesy quesadilla.

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    At Empire Alehouse, B.Y.O.B. means Build Your Own Burger (they’ll supply the beer)! Their not-too-basic burger starts with lettuce, tomato, onion and chipotle mayo. After that, YOU’RE in control – select from 15 different kinds of toppers and 7 types of cheeses. From classics like mushrooms and blue cheese to crazy good like deep fried jalapenos and crab cakes, you can build the burger of your dreams.

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    This Black & Blue burger from Stick a Fork In It Food Truck is all pleasure and no pain! They start with premium Black Angus beef, add crisp bacon, tangy, melted blue cheese, fresh lettuce, tomato, onion and mayo. We all know the importance of the bun in this scenario and they've got it covered with buttery, decadent Brioche! You can find the Stick a Fork In It Food Truck at the Local 20 Taproom in Sedro-Woolley.

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    Does your coffee need a sidekick? Behold the Oat Chocolate Chip Cookie at Moka Joe Coffee, a classic that will never get old!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    Looking for a fruity and sweet tropical concoction? Look no further than the Pond Scum at the Coffee Barn! Don’t let its name fool you, it's delicious! Try it in a spritzer, or Italian soda! Add a boast: their Pond Scum is very popular with Red Bull. Give it try for an extra energy boost!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    The Chile Verde at Santo Coyote Mexican Kitchen is a must have for all #skagitfoodies! It is juicy tender pork cooked in their signature family recipe Chile Verde sauce, served with your choice of beans, rice and tortillas for only $14! Mmm!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    You have to try the customer favorite Baja shrimp tacos at Taco Del Mar! Available with soft or crunchy tortillas filled with Baja shrimp, and topped with lettuce or crispy cabbage, Monterey cheese, Cheddar cheese, freshly made pico de gallo, and sour cream. Add creamy guacamole or a side of seasoned rice and beans to give your meal extra flavor!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    The Chicken Dinner at Magnolia Grill is classic American cuisine at its finest! For only $16.99 get tasty fried chicken tenders topped with their house-made tar heel gravy, mashed potatoes and vegetables!

  • 4th Annual Take A Bite For Skagit 2018 Dining Guide

    Enjoy the Skagit-famous pizza Chuck's Diesel at Annie’s Pizza! It is a hearty pie with pepperoni, salami, Canadian-style bacon, Italian sausage and ground beef atop a bed of red sauce and cheese. Now that sounds yummy!

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