Subject to Desk Seattle runs now by way of June 18

Subject to Desk Seattle runs now by way of June 18

Lindsey Major,

June 5, 2021Updated June 5, 2021 2:13 p.m.

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON – MAY 30: A general view at Lumen Field before the game between Austin FC and the Seattle Sounders on May 30, 2021 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Steph Chambers / Getty Images)

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After the program’s success over the winter, Field to Table has returned to Lumen Field for a summer visit. This time there are more chefs, more tickets and more nights to choose from.

The event, which started on June 2nd, featured chefs Matt Lewis from Where Ya At Matt, John Sundstrom from Lark, Mel Miranda from Musang and many more. Menus may include meat or non-vegan options, but an alternative option will be listed that will suit different diets. The menus also list which products are milky, gluten-free, and nut-free. Dishes are specially noted if they contain one of these ingredients.

Free parking, Topo Chico sparkling water, photo opportunities, access to the professional chefs, and access to the field are included with purchase of a ticket – which costs between $ 109 and $ 119 per person plus taxes and fees.

The Field to Table website also indicates that they support Big Table, a local, federally recognized 501 (c) (3) organization that serves to help hotel staff in need. As stated on their website, the average restaurant worker earns a salary of $ 31,500, which is $ 20,000 below the rating for single-person, low-income households. One in six restaurant workers is below the poverty line, and 43% of hotel workers earn less than what professionals describe as “enough to make meat”.

From now until Friday, June 18, there will be a field-to-table every day, but the dates sell out quickly. Field to Table is strictly 21 and above. You can browse chefs, menus and tickets at