LinuxFest Northwest 2013

Bellingham, WA April 27th & 28th

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Eat+Drink

Saturday after-Fest party

Appetizers, drinks, dessert, celebration, fun, games and conversation for LFNW attendees. Location to be anounced.

Food during the Fest on campus

Lunch

Lunch is served 11:30am-1:00pm. Lunch is available in the cafeteria of the G building. The menu will be posted when it is available.

Saturday and Sunday

In the Coffee Shop Danish Muffins Breakfast muffins Cookies Deli sandwiches Coffee, espresso, bottled water, energy drinks and soft drinks

Other restaurants are available a short drive from the Fest.

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Local food

There are a couple great places to eat down in Bellingham.  My favorites are:

 

Casa Que Pasa - 1415 Railroad Avenue  Bellingham, WA 98225

This is a great mexican restaurant that is half way between taqueria and family style.  If you go here, don't miss the potato burrito.  It sounds odd but trust me it's worth the effort.  If you are vegan, they have a burrito called the vegan supercrunch with chips and sprouts in it that's also good.

Community Food Co-op - 1220 North Forest Street  Bellingham, WA 98225

This is a local grocery store that has a fairly extensive deli with many many choices.  Lots of organic and vegetarian stuff here.  They have the best dessert section I've ever seen anywhere.  Pies, bars, cakes, tarts and anything else you can imagine.  There is a fair sized seating area with wifi as well.

More B'ham restaurants

Places that have craft beer and food and are open late:

The Boundary Bay has pizza, local seafood, veggie friendly mexican, gluten-free desserts and tasty beers. Everybody's happy!

The Copper Hog menu is heavy on pork and seafood but has some vegan sides and a couple vegetarian mains. Lots of good sharing plates.

The Chuckanut Brewery and Kitchen focuses on local food and has several options for vegetarians and vegans.


Other places that the internet likes:

Pepper Sisters has southwest food with a northwest twist including loads of vggie/vegan options

Brandywine Kitchen has reasonably priced locavore dishes, with a ton of gluten-free dishes including GF mac & cheese and GF fish & chips

D'Anna's Cafe Italiano has a lengthy wine list, plus plenty of local seafood and vegan italian dishes

Dirty Dan Harris's Steakhouse has loads of local charm. Their menu is primarily huge, delicious steaks and rich seafood dishes.   


Want more stuff for vegans and vegetarians, including vegan donuts? Visit this site, http://www.vegguide.org/region/393

Saturday After-Fest Party

Just to add a note about the sudsy beverages (both beer and soda) that will be served at the Saturday After-Fest Party.  Each step throughout the process of brewing, fermenting and storing has been controlled by a Linux based automation system that will be demonstrated at LinuxFest on Saturday.   If you would like more info, please see our session page: http://2012.linuxfestnorthwest.org/session/free-speech-brewing-beer