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About St. Clouds
"Building community by bringing people together around food"
that's what we do here at St. Clouds, whether it's friends, a busy working family, an extended family meeting for a family reunion, a date, a wedding couple, a birthday celebration. Our upscale casual atmosphere, with warm colors and a welcoming spirit, encourage people to come together to break bread. For us, there is a strong sense of community created around that bread breaking, providing guests from throughout the Seattle metropolitan area a stronger sense of place and connection. Our monthly Homeless Cooking Project extends this core belief even further, aspiring to give a sense of community to those who prepare the food and to those who sit down together to eat the food.
Meatloaf with a Cause – Monday preceding Homeless Cooking each month – 5 – 10 p.m.
Homeless Cooking – Third Wednesday of Each Month – 9 a.m. to 1 pm.
St. Clouds is proud to support Dine Out For Life
Head in St. Clouds
Madrona restaurant St. Clouds is a down-to-earth business that recognizes the importance of being part of a community. That's why it's a favorite hangout for Grist Local reader Joel P. Sisolak. "St. Clouds serves up both regional cuisine and comfort foods, and hosts some great local music acts," he says. "But I mostly like them for how they give back to the community." The staff of St. Clouds have for the last five years hosted an annual dinner for Friends of the Cedar River Watershed, and they support a number of other local nonprofits as well. -Grist.org, Oct 2008