Tue, Feb 27|
Last Tuesday Happy Hour Seattle | February '24
Join us for a Happy Hour event celebrating Black History Month, where we'll be supporting a local black-owned bar - Belltown Provisions. In true Young Professionals of Seattle fashion, you’ll network in a super casual setting: no name-tags, just show up whenever, meet whomever...
Time & Place
Feb 27, 2024, 6:00 PM PST
Belltown Provisions, 2137 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, USA
Community Members Attending
About the Event
Join us on the last Tuesday of the month (February 27th @ 6pm) and celebrate Black History Month at (Black owned) Belltown Provisions - in the Belltown neighborhood of Downtown Seattle - for one of the longest running, recurring networking events in Seattle. In true YPOSeattle fashion, you’ll network in a super casual setting: no name-tags; show up whenever; leave whenever; meet whomever.
ABOUT THE VENUE
Belltown Provisions is a craft cocktail lounge and restaurant in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. They offer a menu of seasonal hand-crafted cocktails, wines by the glass and local beers on tap.
ABOUT OUR IMPACT PARTNER - Food Lifeline
Food Lifeline works to both fill the immediate needs of people facing hunger and reduce food insecurity and hunger by creating long-term solutions that are focused on its root causes. Their mission is to feed people experiencing hunger today and work to end hunger for tomorrow. Learn more about how we're working with Food Lifelineto solve hunger.
ABOUT THE YPOSEATTLE "LAST TUESDAY" HAPPY HOUR
Launched back in 2011, Last Tuesday is a casual networking happy hour event (no name tags, no sales pitches, no judgment) that typically falls on the last Tuesday of every month.
The Happy Hour objective is simple: Support local bars, restaurants and charities while connecting with other community minded "professionals".
The Young Professionals of Seattle events team picks various venues throughout the city to host some of Seattle’s best, in an effort to better connect the most ambitious and motivated individuals in the community. Think of this as an intro to networking, or a laid back way for the power networker, the job seeker, recruiter or business owner to meet and interact with hundreds of others.
We prioritize hosting safe, inclusive and healthy environments and intend to do what we can to make sure you and your fellow Community Members can enjoy themself in a settings free from judgement, discrimination or harassment. Please, before arriving to the event, get to know the YPC Event Code of Conduct.