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chaddmbennett Feb 28, 2008 08:52 AM

Hi,

I will giving presentations to groups of 15-20 educators in April in multiple locations in Seattle and the East side. I am flummoxed, as there are catering facilities/hotels that lack charm and are very pricy, and then there are restaurants/cafes, but without the area blocked off.

There will be light breakfast snacks (Bagels, Coffee, OJ, etc) and am looking for reasonably priced light breakfast venues that have a separate area for presenting. Nothing fancy required, such as Powerpoint projectors, but just a quiet nook away from the restaurant buzz.

Any ideas for these area:

N. Seattle (Northgate area)
Bellevue/Kirkland
Capital Hill
South Seattle

Thank you all in advance,

Chadd

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    heychrisa RE: chaddmbennett Mar 1, 2008 12:18 AM

    I think Cafe Vita has a space you can use at their main downtown location. Also Top Pot donuts upstairs area and Zeitgeist in Pioneer Square.

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      heychrisa RE: heychrisa Mar 1, 2008 12:20 AM

      sorry, I guess all my suggstions are downtown Seattle. There are a lot of new restaurants at Northgate mall, perhaps one would have a space that meets your requirements.

    2. soypower RE: chaddmbennett Mar 1, 2008 01:25 AM

      depending on how early your meeting is going to take place, you may want to look into booking a private room at the bellevue arts museum cafe.

      http://www.bellevuearts.org/informati...

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        MaggieSue RE: chaddmbennett Mar 2, 2008 05:43 AM

        You could check out either privatedine.com or groupdyne.com -- both are search engine-type sites for private and/or group dining.

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          chaddmbennett RE: chaddmbennett Mar 3, 2008 03:17 PM

          Thanks for all the great help!

          Chadd

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