The Beginning of Something Delicious!

powellseafoodrestaurantThis week marks the start of a monthly traveling Supper Club celebrating local restaurants, meeting new friends and family style dining.  The adventure begins this Thursday night at Powell Seafood Restaurant.

Gracious hosts, Owner Manna Chan and husband chef Huang Chan have been proudly serving Cantonese and Mandarin cuisine to the community for the past 20 years.  Manna has called the neighborhood home since she arrived here from China in her early twenties and opened her restaurant just down the street.

Manna’s enthusiasm and smile are worth the trip every time, especially as she talks about the Supper Club dishes: sizzling seafood clay pots, salt and pepper skinny fish, hot and spicy tomato sauce shrimp, along with the classic sweet and sour combos, general Tsao’s chicken and more!  It will be a chef’s selection and dishes will be shared at a table for up to 25.

For more details, please visit and RSVP here.  Everyone is welcome and there are still seats open!

If you are a restaurant owner and would like to host a future Foster United Supper Club, we’d love to hear from you!  Drop us a line a fosterunited@gmail.com.  For the neighborhood dining enthusiasts, where should we go next?  Nominate your favorite in the comments!

Cider tasting, costume contests, and more…

Get an early start on your Halloween celebrations this Friday at Mt. Scott Community Center’s Halloween Carnival.  The evening promises a haunted house, crafts, facepainting, creative costume prizes, bounce houses, bingo, indoor park & family swim.  The carnival is from 6-8 p.m. and it’s $3 per person or 4 canned food goods per person. Or tap yourself into an IPA pint while listening to Crooked Toad over at N.W.I.P.A. or singing karaoke at Dusty’s Bar and Grill.

 

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