Two benefits just announced for Chef Sean Goff’s family

October 2, 2009 11:42 am
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After the untimely death of Cafe Revo co-owner Chef Sean “Chano” Goff two weeks ago (story here with tribute comments), it was noted that the family’s left with medical bills to deal with from his long illness, while continuing to run the popular Italian restaurant (a WSB sponsor) in the Luna Park business district. This morning we have word of two benefits coming up, both promising food and fun while building a fund for the family:

THE SANCTUARY AT ADMIRAL, OCTOBER 14: Here’s the flyer for this one, sent by Sanctuary at Admiral owner Dahli Bennett. It reads in part:

“Big Night”
Dinner and a Movie Benefit at Sanctuary at Admiral

Please join us Wednesday, October 14th
-Four course Italian dinner-

Prepared by Chef Constance Bennett hailing from the Tipsy Pig in San Francisco and Chef Andrew Ingrahm of Café Revo fame.

The evening starts at 6pm with appetizers and wine, followed by a special communal style dinner. After dessert and coffee, we will get settled in for a viewing of the film “Big Night.”

$50 tickets are on sale at Cafe Revo.

WESTENDERS’ “OPERATION CHANO,” NOVEMBER 7: This one’s also dinner-and-a-movie. The Goffs have been active in the scooter community – including the mural on the restaurant’s south side – and the Westenders Scooter Club is organizing this benefit at the Rainier Yacht Club – here’s the official flyer sent by Nicky Ducommun, which includes:

Guests will enjoy a pasta feed, beverages, and a raffle. DJ Ace Face will be spinning tunes, and Eric Pravitz will screen his scooter-themed adventure-comedy “Mondo Scooterama” for entertainment … “A rollicking adventure-comedy that pays homage to the ‘biker’ movies of the 50s
and 60s, Mondo Scooterama features a talented young cast of up and coming Northwest actors, and features hilarious cameo appearances by well-known figures on the Seattle scootering scene!”

Suggested donation, $20. (Here’s a map to the RYC.)

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