Big things are happening in downtown Snoqualmie.
So the Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting a DUAL ribbon cutting ceremony during its Jazz and Wine community event welcoming TWO new business to the historic core – Sigillo Cellars and Ray’s Dining Car – and to support the Mount Si High School Jazz Band. The event happens Thursday, May 29, 2014, from 5:30PM – 8:30PM.
There will be wine, food and music from the award-winning Mount Si Jazz Band at this unique Chamber event, with a portion of the proceeds helping support the MSHS Jazz Band’s recent trip to New York City where it performed in the Essentially Ellington competition. Mount Si was one of 15 jazz bands from across the country selected for the prestigious competition.
To register for this fun, community evening visit the Chamber website.
Sigillo Cellars Open for Tasting in Historic Mignone Building
Sigillo Cellars officially opened its new tasting room in the historic Railroad Ave Mignone Building on May 9, 2014. Hours are Fridays, 5PM – 9PM; Saturday and Sundays, 1PM – 6PM.
They spent a lot of time transforming the building into a comfortable space for wine lovers. Co-owner Mike Seal said the larger tasting room will also allow Sigillo to host more events. Stop by and check out what they’ve done with the place!
Ray’s Dining Car Opens Thursday, May 22nd
Ray’s Dining Car is just about ready to open its doors after working for three months to change the former La Fogata Mexican Restaurant into an eclectic, comfort food diner modeled after a railroad car.
This is the third restaurant for the husband and wife team of Ray and Keri Fisher. They sold their first successful restaurant in the Pittsburgh area and also own another restaurant in Tallahassee.
Ray says he hopes the new Snoqualmie establishment will turn out just as successful and thinks the community will love all of Keri’s homemade menu items – and the new full bar he built in the back of the restaurant.
Ray’s Dining Car is scheduled to open Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 11AM.It is located at 8072 Railroad Ave.
Ray’s formal, grand opening will happen during the May 29th Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce event.