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Soup for Syria at Mamnoon; BC Cider Week

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CAPITOL HILL — Mamnoon is hosting a fundraiser for Syrian refugees on October 22. The event will raise money for three charities: Mercy Corps, Medecins Sans Frontières and Karam Foundation. There will be live music, donation options, and dining inspired by the recently released cookbook, Soup for Syria. In the dining room and by reservation only, guests will enjoy a multi-course dinner with a selection of beverages to accompany.  Attendees will receive a copy of Massaad’s book with their reservation. The cost of the dinner will be $250 per person + tax & gratuity. Reservations may be made by calling (206) 906-9606 or email:  reservations@mamnoonrestaurant.com. [EaterWire]

BRITISH COLUMBIA BC Cider Week takes place October 17 through 25 with cider tastings, tap takeovers and festivities taking place throughout British Columbia, including in Victoria and Vancouver. For a full list of events, visit the BC Cider Week site. [EaterWire]

DOWNTOWN Cafe Campagne's signature cold weather dish, the cassoulet (with white bean, bacon and tomato base with pork shoulder, duck confit, garlic sausage and lamb), returns tonight at dinner. After tonight, it will be available every service (brunch, lunch and dinner) after that as well as the to-go program, where Campagne packages up an almost-done cassoulet for you to finish off at home. [EaterWire]

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