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Sunday September 19, 2021 – 7:00pm to 10:00pm
The event many have missed after a solid year to 18 months of virtual meetings. This will be the perfect opportunity to socialize, network and enjoy a great meal and entertainment. Registration is required and not included in the registration fee at $80 per person. Transportation to the venue is possible by public transport or a quick taxi or Uber to the famous Capitol Hill area.
The PTCOG-NA Gala Dinner includes the following:
In Italy, the osteria is a welcoming neighborhood spot where locals savor fresh, seasonal food in the company of good friends. Osteria la Spiga is just such a place; the atmosphere is inviting, and the food warms the soul. As co-founder and host Pietro Borghesi says, “An evening at la Spiga is like dining in Italy — without the plane fare.”
La Spiga is renowned for its authentic, northern Italian cuisine, a gastronomic tribute to Italy's Emilia-Romagna region. La Spiga's chef and co-founder, Sabrina Tinsley, crafts the Romagnola cuisine to make it genuine, yet uniquely her own. Menus are changed seasonally to reflect the authenticity of the food while using the very finest Italian ingredients and what is freshest in local markets.
La Spiga was founded in 1998. After eight successful years in a smaller space, the la Spiga moved into the historic Piston and Ring building, built in 1926, on Seattle's Capitol Hill. The space was brought back to life by skilled artisans and craftspeople. The rustically elegant space succeeds in being both minimalist and inviting. Features include a loft-like mezzanine, loads of wooden beams, and a massive bar (which, by the way, is backed by an impressive wine collection).
The atmosphere and cuisine at la Spiga attract locals and families, businesspeople and artists, and, on many nights, a celebrity or two. We welcome you to come and enjoy the magic that is la Spiga
1429 12TH AVE, SEATTLE, WA 98122
On Capitol Hill between Pike & Union