Eat some meat and help save a life this Thursday, April 26, for the 19th Annual Dining Out for Life AIDS fundraiser. This year will donate 20 percent of its sales on Thursday to the Lifelong AIDS Alliance.
“Part of our mission statement from when we first opened the doors in Woodinville was bringing back the neighborhood butcher; and for us that means becoming a part of the neighborhood, the community and giving back where we can” said Teri Ann Johnson, social media coordinator for Bill the Butcher.
Many of the restaurants that participate in Dining Out for Life in Seattle create a signature cocktail or dish, not to be outdone, Bill the Butcher is designating its house-made sausages - the Smokin' Hot Cheese Dog as its signature dish, Johnson added.
“Woodinville is a very food conscious (and wine loving) community and I'm happy to be part of a movement that is helping to make food real again,” said Ryan Kraetsch, manager and head butcher of the Woodinville store. “I think my customers are as excited to help out this cause as I am. People who shop here generally seem to care about their own health, or the general health of the world, or both. ”
Ryan has also been experimenting with new bacon flavors for the Woodinville store including chocolate-espresso bacon.
Bill the Butcher is at 12637 NE Woodinville Drive and it open Tuesday through Sunday, from noon to 7 p.m.