April 8, BBC Friday – Business Bio

BBC Business Bio Extravaganza with Lee Jorgenson, owner of San Carlos Restaurant!

A family owned and operated eatery (http://www.sancarlosgrill.com/):  We are proud to be as excited and passionate about the business as we were that first Monday in May 1984 when the doors opened and as we say in the business, We got slammed!

San Carlos has many factors to consider for their ongoing success: San Carlos itself was named after founder Lee Jorgenson’s father who grew up in central New Mexico and shared a fanatical love of chili, the old west, and could brew a mean pot of green chili stew. Lee, a sometimes crazy Swede, fell in love with the restaurant business with his first busboy job at age of fourteen and has considered himself in second Heaven ever since, with the unflagging support of loving wife Marianne, family, and long tenured staff.

Best Appetizer Taste of Edmonds Grilled Chicken with Santa Fe Sauce 1994
Best Entree Bite of Seattle Herbed Crab Chimichanga 1996
Best Barbeque Bite of Seattle Mesquite Smoked Texas Ribs 1998
Bainbridge Island Chili Cookoff 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2009 & 2010

Flowering AroundBIG NEWS: NEW VENUE FOR BBC! This Friday we will be meeting at “Flowering Around” coffee shop (http://www.floweringaround.com/), 200 Winslow Way West — a block west of the Madison, on the north side of the street. So, just bring yourself; you can purchase coffee/tea and breakfast snacks of some exciting sort at our new venue.

So join us at “Flowering Around” for another Morning Cup Of BBC.

7:30-8:00 – coffee, visiting, informal networking
8:00-8:30 – Business Bio Extravaganza!
8:30-9:00 – more networking, sharing, visiting

The BBC Management

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