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Tue, Mar 26


Rachel's Ginger Beer - Capitol Hill

Last Tuesday Happy Hour Seattle | March '24

Join us for a Happy Hour event celebrating Women's History Month, where we'll be supporting a local woman-owned establishment: Rachel's Ginger Beer. In true Young Professionals of Seattle fashion, you’ll network in a super casual setting: no name-tags, just show up whenever, meet whomever...

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Last Tuesday Happy Hour Seattle | March '24
Last Tuesday Happy Hour Seattle | March '24

Time & Place

Mar 26, 2024, 6:00 PM PDT

Rachel's Ginger Beer - Capitol Hill, 1610 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122, USA

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About the Event

Join us on the last Tuesday of the month (March 26th @ 6pm) and celebrate Women's History Month at (woman-owned)  Rachels Ginger Beer - in the Capitol Hill neighborhood  - 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.


Rachel's Ginger Beer was born and raised on Capitol Hill, and is proud to serve friends and neighbors at their 12th ave arts location, designed with you in mind: it’s the perfect spot to plug in your laptop and get some work done while enjoying a cocktail, or to meet your friends for happy hour, or to enjoy a drink after catching a play.  Ma'ono Fried Chicken is now open here, 7 days/week!


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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. 

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