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A New York State of Mind

Restaurants in Seattle are coming together for a special night at Tom Douglas' Palace Ballroom next week to show support for fellow restaurants in New York ravaged by Superstorm Sandy.

More than a dozen local restaurants will be there Tuesday, Nov. 20 6:00-10:00 pm. Each one will cook a dish from their favorite New York restaurant.

Guests will get to walk around and taste all the dishes and drink Manhattans from Tini Bigg.

There will be a short auction to get to the $25,000 goal. All proceeds will benefit the American Red Cross.

Restaurants include: Salumi
Dahlia Lounge: Momofuku Pork Buns
Madison Park Conservatory: 21 Club Steak Tartar
Lark: Smoked Sablefish with Horseradish Cream
Staple & Fancy: Esca Restaurant - Crudo Hot Cakes: Chocolate Egg Creams and Chocolate Chip Cookie
Skillet: Linguine with Clam Sauce
Spur: Pastrami on Rye Sliders
Canlis:Black Truffle Foie Gras Macaroon
Monsoon: Manhattan Clam Chowder
Ma'Ono: Talde Brooklyn - Hawaiian Bread Buns, Portuguese Sausage, Pickled Cucumber, Garlic Vin Mayo
RN74: Russ & Daughters - Chicken Liver Mousse, Kosher Salt, Matzo Cracker, Grapes
Agrodolce: A tribute to little Italy with Vegetables with Provolone Picante on Crostini
Dante's Inferno Dogs: Dogs!
Roxy's Diner: Mini Potato Latke Pastrami Reuben
Frank's Oyster House and Champagne Parlor: Oysters on the Half Shell with Champagne "Caviar"

You can get the $75 tickets at

Stephanie Klein, Editor
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