SR3 event photo

SMLunch is back! And this time, we’re trying something entirely new.

Join us aboard the San Juan Clipper for a lunch-hour scenic tour of Elliott Bay with marine life health and welfare organization SR3. Standing for “sealife rescue, rehabilitation and research,” SR3 will be teaching us how we can help support and nurture sea animals in our region. Lunch will be provided on board by one of the rising stars of West Coast catering, Food La La.

We hope you’ll join us for some amazing food, a beautiful cruise and engaging discussion. There are only a select number of spots available for this event, so grab your ticket today!

Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m. and the event will go from 12-1 p.m.

To buy your ticket, visit:

We’re excited to share some amazing food, great views and even better company for September’s SMLunch. Join us on September 8 from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. at Goldfinch Tavern at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle.

Goldfinch Tavern, Photo Credit: Geoffrey Smith

Goldfinch Tavern, Photo Credit: Geoffrey Smith








Acclaimed restaurateur Ethan Stowell’s newest concept has landed in Four Seasons Hotel Seattle.

Enjoy simply prepared Northwest food and drink by Chef Joe Ritchie served in a sociable space inspired by sweeping waterfront views. Sip wine or craft cocktails from the center bar or gather friends by the fireplace. Reserve a special occasion or private party from one of two private dining rooms, each accommodating up to 16 people. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, happy hour and weekend brunch.

Goldfinch Tavern is located inside the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle at 99 Union Street in downtown Seattle.

For SMLunch in August we’re trying something new, SMLunch: After Hours!

Join us at Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria in the Westlake/South Lake Union neighborhood on Wednesday, August 5 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Not only will the company be great, but the selected food and drinks from Tutta Bella will not disappoint.

At the event you will experience a pizzaiolo making wood-fired pizzas using centuries-old traditions and be entertained by stories of Napoli. You will get to taste some of Tutta Bella’s favorite antipasti and pizzas, as well as sips of signature craft cocktails. Finally, we’ll learn more about Tutta Bella and their involvement with community groups across the Seattle-area.

Beyond delicious tastes, learning more about Tutta Bella and great networking we will be offering a chance for attendees to win a “Cena Evento,” or a dinner for 10 valued at $225. You must be present to win. Get your tickets today, and we will see you on Wednesday.

Spring has officially arrived and we are excited to announce April’s SMLunch will be hosted at the delicious Lucia: Italian Kitchen + Bar. Join us on Friday, April 24th from 12pm to 1:30pm in Green Lake Village right in the heart of the Green Lake neighborhood. Along with our usual networking, international communications professionals will be joining us ready to meet new contacts in Seattle!

Lucia: Italian Kitchen + Bar in Green Lake blends modern and sophisticated aesthetics with a warm, relaxed environment. The menu offers culinary delights made from scratch with the finest and freshest ingredients. Our three course meal includes tasty items such as Spaghetti Bolognese, Porcini Mushroom Sacchetti and Tiramisu. It’s hard not to get excited over a meal like this!

Don’t eat lunch alone; join us for great food and an informal, fun networking experience. Be sure to bring business cards and come ready to mingle! You can purchase tickets here and join our event on Facebook. Also, interact with us by tweeting @TheFeareyGroup and using #SMLunch.We look forward to seeing you then!

Thank you to all who joined us at our February SMLunch at the World Trade Center Seattle on February 10 in support of Lisa Bridge and her new collection! A big thank you to the World Trade Center Seattle for accommodating us in their wonderful space. Thank you Lisa for bringing a little extra sparkle to our day!Lunch

Molly Mesnick, part of KISS-FM’s morning Bender Nation, joined us at the lunch with some fabulous examples of how to leverage social media.

Partnering with Ben Bridge, Molly is hosting a live “How to Wear It Wednesday” social contest every Wednesday morning!  Also on Wednesdays, check out the KISS-FM homepage which will be solely decorated with the Lisa Bridge Collection brand!

On the KISS-FM homepage is Molly and Lisa’s “Share It to Wear It” social media contest. Listeners can win the week’s featured Lisa Bridge piece by simply sharing Molly’s website images of the piece on any of their Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram social networks!

To enter, use the tag #HTWIW (How to Wear It Wednesdays) when you share the piece with your friends on any of the three social networks and you will be automatically entered!

Finally, if that isn’t enough to create buzz, there is another contest! It’s called “Win to Get In – Girls Night Out”.  Listeners can win entrance to an exclusive, private concert hosted by Molly at Trinity Nightclub in Pioneer Square!  To get in, KISS listeners must enter to win on the radio’s website.

Again, thank you to everyone! SMLunch would not be possible without you. Check in soon for news about the next SMLunch in March.

To get updates and stay connected follow Lisa Bridge on Instagram and Ben Bridge on Twitter. #LisaBridge #HTWIW  #SMLunch #fearless

Learning more about social media and how local brands are using the platforms should be on the top of your to-do list, especially in Seattle where countless tech innovations are setting the new norm every day.

The Fearey Group’s Social Media Lunches are a terrific way to bring together bright minds from all over Seattle area for a social media workshop and networking.

We invite you to our latest Social Media Lunch at the Seattle’s World Trade Center on February 10th to learn about Ben Bridge’s first new product launch in over ten years and how they are utilizing digital and social platforms to create buzz and generate sales. They’re leveraging social connections, website takeovers and radio partnerships while also connecting with Seattle fashion bloggers.11374501_lb

Join the The Fearey Group, Lisa Bridge and Molly Mesnick, KISS-FM’s morning drive host and station fashionista, for lunchtime learning, networking and fun!

Get your tickets for the #LisaBridge SMLunch at and join us at the World Trade Center in Seattle on February 10th at Noon.

You can check out the SMLunch Facebook event page and RSVP your attendance.

Don’t forget to check it out the Lisa Bridge collection – Valentine’s Day is not far away!



The Fearey Group is happy to announce the November 2014 installation of Social Media Lunch. Come celebrate the upcoming holiday season at Anthony’s Pier 66 on Thursday, November 20.

Anthony’s Restaurants is a family of unique restaurants located throughout the Pacific Northwest. Anthony’s specializes in fresh Northwest seafood and owns their own wholesale seafood company, Anthony’s Seafood; which sells exclusively to Anthony’s Restaurants to ensure that their restaurants have the finest fish available.

Anthony’s Pier 66 is located on the downtown Seattle waterfront in the same building as Anthony’s Bell St. Diner and Anthony’s Fish Bar. Anthony’s Pier 66 is a premier Northwest seafood restaurant with panoramic views of the downtown Seattle skyline, Mt. Rainier, and Elliott Bay’s boating activity. Anthony’s Pier 66 features fresh Northwest seafood simply prepared, in a contemporary, sophisticated waterfront setting.

Anthony’s will be providing an amazing lunch, along with a free glass of wine, to go with the usual networking time. Attendees can also park FOR FREE at the garage connected to the Art Institute across from Pier 66. Just bring your parking ticket in for validation.

You can purchase your tickets here and join our event on Facebook.

After you’ve purchased your tickets make sure you take advantage of the below social media contests for a chance to win a gift certificate for lunch or dinner at Anthony’s!

Before the Event

Tweet about #SMLunch while tagging @AnthonysRestsNW, @TheFeareyGroup, and inviting a friend to join you for a chance to win a dinner for two.

You can also retweet this tweet from @AnthonysRestsNW for a chance to win a lunch for two.

Also, stay tuned for contests on the day of SMLunch!

Hot Stove Society

Hot Stove Society







SMLunch has always been about bringing people together who would otherwise only connect online through social media. We all know putting a face to the Twitter handle is a powerful step in building strong relationships (and friendships!) that lead to endless professional possibilities. We at The Fearey Group also proudly support local businesses that are taking social media to a whole new level and enjoy introducing them to some of Seattle’s most creative and energetic social media enthusiasts.

This October we are SO excited to partner with our friends and master chefs at Hot Stove Society! If you haven’t heard of them, now’s your chance to roll up your sleeves, conjure up your inner chef and see firsthand what the folks at Hot Stove Society are doing to make culinary dreams come true. Attendees will have the chance to view a live cooking demo and then break out into hands on activity whipping up their very own edible creations.

This is an event not to be missed so spread the word, bring a friend and come hungry – we hope to see you there!

About Hot Stove Society

Hot Stove Society is a year-round cooking school operated by Tom Douglas Restaurants. Their goal is to offer a curriculum that ranges widely from light-hearted and sociable to skill-building and challenging.  Classes are about many things from how to cut up a chicken, to how to build a delicious cocktail, to finding out who’s the hottest chef in Portland.  Whether you’re seeking something fun and boozy after work or you’re aspiring to “cook like a pro,” you’ll find your dream class here.

Hot Stove Society is a personal quest to educate everyone who has the desire to become a better cook – whether they want to learn how to brew a perfect cup of coffee or butcher a whole pig.

Hot Stove Society is located in a bright industrial space inside the stylish Hotel Andra. The presentation area boasts a wide curved prep area where guests can gather for lectures and get up close to the instructor. The other half of the room is filled with Boos work tables, a large bank of KitchenAid stoves, and racks of equipment.  Capacity is 32 for a hands-on cooking class and over 60 for lectures. The classroom is also available for private events and company team building.  At the entrance to Hot Stove, a Tom Douglas Restaurant called the Andra Bar, a cool Swedish bar open to the public, is the place for a drink and a snack.

SMLunch is back! On Tuesday, August 26, we invite everyone to join us at Historic Flight Foundation for a chance to make some connections, check out historic airplanes and learn more about HHF’s upcoming Vintage Aircraft Weekend. We’re even offering a chance to win a flight in a Douglas DC-3 at the lunch!

DC3 Glossy Photo copyHistoric Flight Foundation was founded in 2003 with a mission to collect, restore and share significant historic aircraft produced between 1927 and 1957. Whether you are an veteran aviator, a student of history or a newcomer to the world of aviation, Historic Flight Foundation offers an opportunity to experience history and see rare treasures from an important era!

Get your tickets here before they fly away! To learning more about Historic Flight Foundation, visit their websiteFacebook or Twitter.  

As spring turns into summer in Seattle there are few places better to than on the water. To get summer started we have a treat for you for June’s social media lunch. That’s right, we’re taking SMLunch on the road and in a duck. 


Ride the Ducks of Seattle has been voted the #1 City Tour for the past seven years and is a must-do experience whether you’re visiting from around the corner, across the country or around the world! For this month’s Social Media lunch, we’re hopping #onaduck to see why more than 2 million guests return over and over to see Seattle by land and water!

You can buy your tickets here and you can learn more about Ride the Ducks of Seattle on their website, follow them on Twitter, or check out their photos on Instagram