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The tiniest details can often make the greatest impact.  Our third Table for Ten dinner was meticulously hosted at Tanner Goods' Cascadian Fabrications workshop, with an exciting collection of guests and event partners in tow. Our ocean-inspired indego table setting brought both brand mavens and creatives from the likes of Nike, SOREL, Instrument, Leatherman, Tanner Goods, Widmer, Conscious Box and artist Kate Bingaman-Burt, who graciously shared their time and stories with us, producing another awe-inspiring batch Table for Ten alumni. The backbone of these dinners lies in storytelling, an exercise that helps break barriers and unite our guests with a common thread of creativity. Paying homage to our host Tanner Goods, we adopted the local leather manufacturer's tag line, "Worth Holding Onto", and asked our guests to bring an item with this mantra in mind. We heard tales about where creativity starts, love ends, and dreams become reality. In addition to our guests, our generous partners provided an experience that was truly worth holding onto.  Guests were treated to a tour of the leather fabrication studio before urban winery Clay Pigeon provided swoon-worthy libations paired with exquisite seasonal fare from Cyril's. Handmade stoneware from Mazama graced our guests' palms, each of whom took home both a Spanish-inspired wine cup and a fresh-from-the-barrel bottle of Rosé. And, once again, our continuous partner Appetite Studio curated an environment that left our group of creative masterminds visually delighted.


Table for Ten is a curated creative dinner series meant to facilitate a meaningful interaction and build lasting personal and professional relationships. Hosted quarterly at some of the city's most inspiring locations, we're strengthening the creative community one meal at a time. Learn more about Table for Ten and watch a recap of our second event here. More photos from this Table for Ten can be found on Manifesto's Facebook page.