Thursday: Via6 will buy a chicken and waffle breakfast for people biking

The folks behind a massive bike-focused development in the Denny Triangle want to buy you chicken and a waffle for breakfast Thursday. All you have to do is bike to McGraw Square between 7:30 and 9:30 a.m.

Via6 is a massive project currently under-construction at 6th and Lenora. The future home of Velo Bike Shop, Via6 hopes many of the people living in their 654 apartments will choose to walk, bike and take transit instead of owning a car. The project will include 434 underground car parking stalls and 250 bike parking stalls.

Via 6 describes itself as a “vertical community,” and bikes are a key part of that vision.

From the event listing:

Enjoy the most important meal of the day, Skillet style, FREE!

Are you a bicycle commuter—or a sometimes bicycle commuter? Show up on a bike on Thursday, November 29, for a free breakfast from Skillet Street Food, courtesy of Via6 apartments. You deserve a reward for braving these dark mornings on two wheels!

Thursday, November 29
7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
McGraw Park (Fifth Avenue and Olive Way, at the terminus of the South Lake Union Trolley)

On the menu: Chicken & Waffle or breakfast sandwich or burrito, wrapped up and ready to roll!*

*One breakfast and coffee per bicyclist, while supplies last

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5 Responses to Thursday: Via6 will buy a chicken and waffle breakfast for people biking

  1. Leif says:

    Man, the one day of the year I absolutely have to drive :(

  2. Steve A says:

    Waffle and chicken? That strikes me as an unusual combo, but perhaps I’m slow about these new food trends.

  3. Robin says:

    chicken and Waffles has been around for a long long time. more popular in the south.

    • Tom Fucoloro says:

      Another secret folks out west haven’t figured out yet: Pancakes are better than bread for grilled cheese sandwiches.

      • Al Dimond says:

        I’ve never tried it, but it sounds implausible — good old white bread is ideal for absorbing butter, toasting to a crisp, and sticking to cheese.

        I’ll grant that pancakes probably work better than the whole-grain sprouty nutty bread that Seattle yuppies typically eat (myself included).

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