Located on a quiet corner of 19th avenue in Capitol Hill, Tallulah’s is the most recent addition to the Derschang family. The restaurant first opened its doors in 2014, serving seasonal vegetable-driven food paired with unexpected cocktails and biodynamic wines. Since then, the cafe has grown into a neighborhood gathering spot. Inspired by mid-century elements and a bit of Big Sur in the 70’s, the restaurant is stylish, charming and comfortable. The sun soaked patio and lush greenery give the restaurant an airy feel, inviting guests to stay awhile and enjoy the space over a cup of coffee or glass of wine. We are open for dinner from 4pm until late every night (a little later on the weekends). Brunch is served from 9am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday. Tallulah’s reminds you to eat your vegetables.
Yakima Valley Produce
Yakima Valley Produce is owned by Merv Dkystra, who collects fresh produce from the small farms and organic gardens of Yakima Valley for his customers.
Key City Fish
The Key City Fish Company opened its doors in 1994, beginning as a seafood purveyor and expanding to meat, poultry and farm direct organic produce. Based in Port Townsend, they have access to some of the highest quality seafood, from the shellfish beds of the Hood Canal to the remote fishing port of Neah Bay.
Evergreen produce is a small independent supplier of fruits and vegetables. They have been in operation since 1977 and take great pride in being able to offer their customers local, organic produce.
Founded in 2011 by Casablanca native Mehdi Boujrada, Villa Jerada started as as an importer of Morocco's most awarded olive oils. Six years later and they have expanded to the importing and distributing organic spices, foods and other Moroccan artisanal products.
The King's Garden is a family farm in its 24th year of growing great organic food in sunny Okanogan county near the small town of Carlton. They specialize in Heirloom fruits and vegetables, including over 50 varieties of tomatoes.
Fishing Vessel St. Jude
St. Jude is a 95-foot fishing vessel that trolls soley for Albacore tuna in the North and South Pacific. The family run business is owned by Joe Malley, who lived aboard the St. Jude with his wife for 12 years before they decided to market their own catch and make Seattle their permanent home.