|Lucas Schenck, Brian Gawthrop, Cathi Hatch, Ed Brennan, Supida Sanders,
Michael Roupp and Kate Holmes
Last night, a group of ZINO Society members and guests got together at Marcus Charles’ Local 360 Cafe and Bar on First Avenue in Seattle for a ZINO Society Libations on Location! networking event. It was my first visit to Local 360 and when I walked in, I realized that it is located in the old Flying Fish restaurant location.
|Dr. Ben Conmy, Bernie Dochnahl,
|Cathi Hatch with Tim Narby,
:Note Bene Cellars
|Karen Ducey, Mary Holmes,
|David Palmer, Carla Sanders,
Jeremy Ruby, Ricky Holm
ZINO Society plans several networking events such as this LOL! during the space of a year in addition to the eleven investment meetings and forums that occur every month except August. These events give our investor members, our entrepreneur members (ZINOpreneurs), our sponsor/corporate members and our social members a chance to interact and connect. It is always fun to see old friends and meet new ones at each of these events.
|Ken Hatch, Randy Squires|
|Denny Dochnahl, Eric Blackstone|
Local 360 provided delicious hors d’oeuvres including Bocorones and Soft Boiled Egg, Goat Cheese and Tapenade Crostinis, Rosti Potato with Smoked Salmon and Salmon Roe and my personal favorite, Pork Belly Rillette with Pickled Shallot. The featured ZINO Society Wine Professional Member was Tim Narby of :Note Bene Cellars and he poured a selection of four of his wines which included his 2007 Syrah, and three Bordeaux blends; 2007 Abbinare, 2007 Miscella and 2008 Cheval du Ciel Vineyard. Though I liked each of the wines, my two favorites were the Syrah and the Cheval du Ciel Vineyard blend which included a major component of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.
It was a great party once again! Thank you Marcus and Tim!