Help build the new Snoqualmie Encompass center by dining out September 15th

Local restaurants are coming together to show their support for a new Encompass pediatric therapy and early learning center in Snoqualmie, and you can, too.

Dine out at a participating Snoqualmie Valley restaurant on September 15th and 20% of your bill will go to the new Encompass facility, slated to be constructed at SE 384th Ave and Kimball Creek Drive on the site of the old Honey Farm Inn.

Participating restaurants include:

  • In Carnation: Carnation Café and Red Pepper Pizzeria.
  • In North Bend: Il Paesano Ristorante Italiano, Rio Bravo, The Swirl, UnPhogettable, and Volition Brewing.
  • In Snoqualmie: The Attic at Salish Lodge, Caadxi Oaxaca, Copperstone Restaurant, Finaghty’s Irish Pub, Heirloom Cookshop, Infusion Bar & Grill, Lorenzo’s Pizza and More, MOD Pizza, Rio Bravito, Sigillo Cellars, and Snoqualmie Falls Brewery.

“We are thrilled to support Encompass—the work they do with children and parents in the local community is so incredibly valuable,” says Alan Stephens, General Manager/Director of Operations at Salish Lodge & Spa. “We very much appreciate them as a partner and hope lots of people come out to dine!”

Encompass partners with families to build healthy foundations for children by providing pediatric therapy, early learning, and family enrichment programs to the Snoqualmie Valley and Greater Eastside. Last year Encompass helped 1,600 children get their best start in life.

Dine Out for Encompass supports the It Starts Here capital campaign to build a new state-of-the-art pediatric therapy clinic and early learning center in Snoqualmie.

The new child-centered space will serve 30% more children in pediatric therapy, double behavioral health programs, and add critical therapeutic programs for children and families in the community.

Early this year Encompass secured $2 million in state funding to help build the estimated $8.3 million facility. The It Starts Here campaign is the launch the Encompass local fundraising effort.

To learn more about the It Starts Here campaign, visit

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