Support Latina Teens in the Lake City Area
Monday April 3rd from 4-10 PM
The Nathan Hale Latina Club is fundraising at Jalisco’s Mexican Restaurant for their educational trip to Puerto Rico. They’re visiting Puerto Rico to learn about the culture and it’s unique political situation.The students proposed the fundraiser to Sean, the owner of Jalisco’s, and Sean enthusiastically agreed to participated and donate 40% of the profits for the trip. People who come to the fundraiser buy whatever they want and 40% of the profit will be donated to the NH Latina Club.
Jalisco’s is Located at 12336 31st Ave. NE
Visit the groups GoFundMe page:Here
“A little taste of Italy right here in Lake City.”
Here is another installment of our series where the Lake City Young Leaders Program were supported by LCFF to visit some of our local restaurants and report back on their experience.
The following is courtesy of Sata Siad – Sata is a high school sophomore and was a summer 2016 participant in the Lake City Young Leaders program
If you want delicious authentic Italian food that’s under $10, come to Mo & Lu Pasta Co., here in Lake City. Their menu has a wide variety of food like the meatballs, lasagna, pasta and salads, soups, sandwiches, even cheesecakes and drinks and his unlimited bread. Bruno Lezzi owner of Mo & Lu Pasta Co. previously worked in New York and Hawaii and incorporated some of those styles into his new restaurant which has been in business for 1 year now. This is Bruno’s sixth business and it’s located here in Lake City. And who can forget about desserts, eating his cheesecake is like heaven in your mouth!
“I always cooked for me even at a younger age, 10 years old”, says Bruno. Bruno loved cooking since he was young. He was born in Italy and came to America and started from the bottom, from washing dishes to owning a business. “Everything is housemade” Bruno said. He explains how everything is homemade – the pasta, meatballs, even the cheesecakes and his drinks. The customer’s favorite food on the menu is the lasagna and the meatballs.
“You have to take a risk because it is a risk when you start”, is the advice Bruno gives to people who want to start their own business. The restaurant looks beautiful. It has a vintage look, he has newspaper and paints over them that brings life into the restaurant. Bruno also got a Seattle Times article written about how delicious his food is. A little taste of Italy right here in Lake City. It’s like traveling to Italy without being there. One of the best Italian Restaurants here in Seattle!
Mo & Lu Pasta Co.
12518 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA 98125
Open Monday-Sunday 11a.m.-9p.m