by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue
(This article was originally published on Real Change and has been reprinted under an agreement.)
Restaurants run on hierarchy, or so I’ve always been told. There’s got to be someone in charge, someone giving orders, in order for the whole thing to run right. Whatever situation you find restaurant work analogous to, be it the military, a sports team, or an orchestra, there’s someone calling the shots.
Continue reading Can a Worker-Owned Restaurant … Work?
by Ronnie Estoque
Located on 57th Street just off Rainier Avenue in Rainier Beach, Northwest Cajun-inspired Jude’s is paving the way for other establishments by being a rare example of a co-op restaurant in Seattle.
Continue reading Worker-Owned Jude’s Breaking Barriers in Rainier Beach
By Kiyomi Taguchi
It’s three-thirty on a blustery Friday afternoon, and the tables at Lottie’s Lounge are filling. Early birds are enjoying a happy hour beer or tucking in to hearty mac n’ cheese. Continue reading Community Capital Boosts Rainier Beach Business