Connections Bistro Opens at Fairwinds – Brittany Park

Fairwinds - Brittany Park Connections Bistro Now Open!

We are excited to announce the grand opening of the new Connections Bistro and Wine Bar at Fairwinds – Brittany Park!

Ribbon Cutting at Fairwinds - Brittany ParkThe new Connections Bistro and Wine Bar at Fairwinds – Brittany Park opened on March 27, 2019. Members, ambassadors, and board members from the Woodinville Chamber, as well as members of the Woodinville Rotary, and friends and family came for the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony.

Serving an array of wines and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as delicious hors d’oeuvres, the bistro served as the perfect backdrop to a well-attended community event. The event also featured live music from singer/songwriter Ian Hale Skavdahl. We were honored to have Elaine Cook, Woodinville Mayor, perform the official ribbon cutting. She was accompanied by Kate Harrison, General Manager of Fairwinds – Brittany Park and Christopher Burgess, the executive director of the Woodinville Chamber.

The Connections Bistro and Wine Bar is designed to be a place where the community comes together and meaningful connections are made. Kate Harrison, General Manager of Fairwinds – Brittany Park said, 

“The whole idea for Connections and the Bistro is that it is a gathering place for family, friends and the greater community. We want those walking through our doors to feel this is a place where relationships are encouraged and nurtured. Our continued goal is to be a valuable resource for seniors on the Eastside.”

 Fairwinds – Brittany Park is proud to be an integral part of the Woodinville community and provide our community with a place of inclusion and togetherness! 

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