SMLunch: The Carlile Room – March 23

Rachel Taylor / March 11, 2016

Wednesday, March 23 at 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

The Carlile Room, located at 820 Pine St, Seattle.

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Join us for some lunchtime networking this month at The Carlile Room! Here’s the quick details, but if you’d like to know more, visit the SMLunch facebook page!

This month we’re excited to host this event with our friends at The Carlile Room! Inspired by singer/songwriter and Seattle resident, Brandi Carlile, The Carlile Room is Tom Douglas’ 13th restaurant in Seattle. With references to the explosive vibes of the late-sixties/early-seventies in its décor and classic seventies-era lounge cocktails, The Carlile Room presents a thoroughly modern and progressive menu with “plant house” features, and our favorite local meats. Located across from one of Seattle’s storied performance halls, the Paramount Theatre, The Carlile Room caters to pre and post-theatre crowds with sharable plates and a hearty late night menu.

Don’t be afraid to share your photos with us! Use #SMLunch or tag us on Facebook!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Rachel Taylor

Marketing + PR Manager

Rachel is a born communicator and marketing specialist. After spending three years on the client side, capturing media hits and crafting powerful stories for a variety of organizations, Rachel now tackles all of Fearey’s marketing and public relations initiatives from the inside.

She loves punching out a solid strategy and dropping data into Microsoft Excel to drive decision making. Her skills lie in project coordination, media relations, digital marketing, social media management, SEO and website development.

As a Seattle native, she’s a go-to resource for information about hiking or anything outdoors. You will find her squeezing every adventure into the time outside of work – Whistler ski trips, post-work training hikes up Mailbox Peak, canoe camping, summiting Mt. Adam’s on skis, backpacking the North Cascades or paddleboarding on every body of water possible. In the rare moments of rest, she’ll kick back in a hammock with a good read and the pup.