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We're In This Together

Updates amidst COVID-19


Guess what...we're getting ready to open our doors after more than 2 months closed,  and we couldn't be more excited to serve you and see you again. 

We're re-opening on May 27th, 10-2pm, with curbside and take-out service.  We'll start with some of your favorite menu items along with a few new options. All items will be packed in compostable packaging and ready to go. Need to feed a group? Our catering team is standing by!​

Safety is paramount. Period.

Mi casa, tu casa, they say. Well at Kindred Kitchen, that's true and it goes for our safety too. So we're following the latest healthy & safety guidelines provided by our public health and industry leaders. 

Things will look a little different at the cafe for a while. We'll be posting our heightened sanitation measures in the cafe and updating it as often as needed. Have feedback for us? Let us know

How to order

Starting on Weds May 27th, you'll be able to 

  • Call ahead to place an order for pick-up in store or curbside "pop the trunk" service. If you'd like us to meet you at your car, please call us when you park.

  • Online ordering coming soon; same options apply

  • Walk in and order in-person. We'll have limited waiting area indoors and more space outdoors. Please understand that our line may require an outdoor wait. There are covered areas to hang out if needed.


No dine-in or community meetings...yet

​Once we get the green light from the Governor's office, we'll be able to resume dine-in services and limited reservations in our Jones Community Meeting Room. Stay tuned for updates.


As we regain momentum, we hope to expand our hours and menu back to full service. We'll keep you posted. Stay in touch and let us know how we can keep you nourished, healthy and happy. 

To new beginnings,

The Kindred Kitchen Team


We sure do miss our customers!

We’re hopeful that we’ll be seeing much more of one another in May and June, but right now, caution and care for our teams and our community is paramount. We remain closed at this time, but we stand ready to serve.

How can we help you?

Our café, catering, and community meals teams are working hard behind the scenes on a re-open plan that will meet your needs while remaining in compliance with the current community safety standards.

Tell us what meal and meeting needs you have coming up. How can Kindred Kitchen help feed our community and customers? Drop us a quick note here.

Need a little pantry inspiration?

Even though our doors are closed, our team is ready to help, virtually! Follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates including our “Ask a Chef” series. Get to know the amazing Kindred Kitchen chefs and team members, and challenge them by sharing an item in your pantry for which you could use a little inspiration during these stay-at-home weeks.


Thinking ahead-catering will be back soon!

We’re looking forward to a reconnected and healthy summer and fall. Reach out to our Kindred Kitchen catering team today to discuss any of our catering services. We’re here and ready to plan for your future events. Contact our team at catering@kindredkitchen.com.


We are committed to our community and providing the freshest and safest service possible and look forward to seeing you all again soon.

In health,

The Kindred Kitchen Team


Hello customers and supporters, 

We want to share a quick update and ways in which you might support each other during this time of critical cut-backs and safety measures.


Our Kindred Kitchen café and catering operations are currently closed for regular retail business. In addition, our community meals program based at our Tomorrow’s Hope Child Development Center has also suspended feeding and childcare operations at this time. These closures also mean that our youth and young adult training program is on hold. Alongside our Employment Specialists and Case Manager partners, we continue weekly outreach and engagement with our current intern trainees and those scheduled to start our next cohort. We expect enrollment of our next training cohorts to be delayed significantly, but we will be working hard to bring our businesses back online as well as our training program as soon as possible.  

Like you, we are taking this situation week-by-week, and really day-by-day, in support of wider community health efforts to "flatten the curve."

That means:

  1. Finding ways to keep our staff employed and/or engaged until we can bring them back on board

  2. Staying closely connected with our current and upcoming interns; making sure that they feel informed and supported during this time

  3. Taking advantage of this time to tackle work that would typically be challenging to balance with daily operations

  4. Looking for possible opportunities to safely re-start business in various ways, large and small

How You Can Help

As you know, we’re just a few months into operations, so this is already a critical time in the start-up process.

Here’s how you can support us and our community:

  1. Purchase Kindred Kitchen eGift cards! They are available for use in the café or for catering when we re-open. Grab your eGift card today.

  2. Donate to support our job training program at hopewrks.org/donate. All of our HopeWorks Social Enterprises and our job training program have already been hit hard by coronavirus-related closures and limited revenue. Your support allows us to ensure that we can relaunch our job training program as soon as we are fully back in business.

  3. Come visit us when we re-open. We’ll post updates on our website and social media.

  4. Visit local restaurants, cafes and coffee kiosks that are making drive-through and curbside pickup available. They need your support now, and their employees do too. Their success is our success. Grab coffee, snag a plate of pasta, or enjoy some corned beef & cabbage.

  5. Keep washing your hands and practicing self-care. We hope to serve you as soon as we can re-open.  

We thank you for all of your support past, present, and future. We're lucky to be part of a caring and thoughtful community across Snohomish County and we're proud of all of the ways that our community is showing up to support one another. 

Stay tuned, stay safe, and stay kind

The Kindred Kitchen Team, 

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