Meet the Plymouth Housing Partnership Chefs
Staples Restaurant Group, Scott Staples
Scott and Heather Staples have been serving food to Seattle since September 2000, when they opened their first restaurant – Restaurant Zoe. In 2007, they opened Quinns Pub on Capitol Hill. Since then Uneeda burger (Freemont), Sole Repair (Capitol Hill) and Feed Company Burgers (Old Town Redmond) have joined their restaurant group. The Staples are committed to serving local, delicious food and employing outstanding, fun people.
Soi, Yuie Wiborg
Yuie Wiborg started cooking in Thailand at a very young age, helping her mom in the kitchen. After 5 years of testing and perfecting the recipes, their first restaurant was opened: Banyan Tree. Knowing that they’d like to open a restaurant that focused on the food from the region her family was from, Thailand’s North East region of Isan, Soi is a return to Thailand- a departure from your normal expectations of Thai food in Seattle.
Canal Market, Erika Burke
A Seattle native, Burke was the chef/owner of restaurants in New York City and San Francisco before opening Volunteer Park Cafe in 2007, a beloved “third place” for North Capitol Hill. In 2015 she expanded her offerings in Seattle, opening Canal Market, a modern take on an old-fashioned mercantile and Chop Shop Cafe & Bar. Chop Shop offers weekend meals, as well as a juice bar with fresh-pressed juice and healthy grab-and-go options.
Cask and Trotter, Steve Klotz
Cask & Trotter is a BBQ whiskey bar located in South Lake Union Seattle. Visit them at 711 Westlake Ave. N Seattle WA. 98109. You can call (206) 453-4756 for reservations or to learn more about their catering options. They are open seven days a week from 11am to 11pm (or later) with daily happy hour from 3-6pm. Happy eating, Seattle!
A la Mode Pies, Chris Porter
Chris Porter grew up cooking alongside his mom in the kitchen, and baking became his main hobby. After a career as a TV reporter and PR director, he found his way back to baking and opened his pie shop. A la Mode Pies has become a neighborhood meeting spot on Phinney Ridge, and is the first Seattle bakery to offer handmade pie delivered to your doorstep.
We’re excited to expand the Uber for Business platform beyond business travel, to include a world-class customer transportation solution, Uber Central. With Uber Central, organizations of all shapes and sizes can now easily provide on-demand, door-to-door transportation for their customers, clients, and guests.
A little over a year ago, we set out to put a new spin on an old classic–make reliable food delivery available at the tap of a button. Back then, we started by offering food in the UberEATS app from 1,000 pioneering restaurant partners in four cities. And today, more than 40,000 restaurants globally–from poke shops to pasta spots–are sharing food with customers through UberEATS. With a growing restaurant community comes more choices and more complexity. So we’re cooking up features to continue to make UberEATS easy and reliable. Here is a taste–
This flu season, we’re delivering free flu-fighting care packages across the country. When you receive a pack, you’ll have the option to request a free flu shot from a registered nurse–for up to 5 people.