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Gobble Up

  • 6310 Northeast 74th Street Seattle, WA, 98115 United States (map)

Urban Craft Uprising, Seattle’s largest indie craft show, is bringing its specialty food show Gobble Up back to Seattle for its third year running. This show features 80+ local and independent food, beverage and kitchenware makers, as well as food trucks right outside.

Details: Gobble Up will be taking place November 23rd, at Magnuson Park Hangar 30 (6310 NE 74th St., Seattle, WA 98115) from 10am-5pm.

Gobble Up will be an ideal place to shop for holiday and hostess gifts, for anyone who enjoys cooking and eating, the handmade ethos, and who wants to support the local economy. Home cooks will also discover treats for their own kitchens with new products and ingredients from inventive local makers.

Gobble Up will also be an excellent one-stop-shop for restaurateurs and chefs who realize the importance of sourcing locally, the cachet of having recognizable, local producers on their menus, and the value of highlighting these makers and bringing attention to these companies’ stories. Not only will they find great new locally made ingredients to showcase on their menus, but also local designers and suppliers, with whom they can work to source their aprons, art and décor, linenware, and more.

There will also be dozens of chances to win FREE raffle prizes throughout the day, which have been donated by some of our favorite local restaurants and small businesses.

Tickets to Gobble Up are free, and shoppers can easily register through Eventbrite:

About Urban Craft Uprising
Urban Craft Uprising is Seattle’s favorite craft show, established in 2005. At UCU, fans can choose from a wide variety of hand-crafted goods, including clothing of all types, jewelry, gifts, bags, wallets, buttons, accessories, aprons, children’s goods, toys, housewares, furniture, paper goods, candles, kits, geekery, art, food, and much, much more. Gobble Up is the food-focused arm of UCU, running its third show in Seattle this year, and debuting in Portland a month prior.

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