Cookbook Author Food Writer Chef Curator Culinary Orchestrator 

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Seattle's Go-To Connector

Chefs - Beverage Pros - Fun-Seekers

Julien Perry is a Seattle-based cookbook author, food writer, chef curator and culinary orchestrator. For nearly two decades, she’s been writing about the city’s vibrant food scene and collaborating with the best chefs and beverage professionals to produce epic dinner parties and other food-driven events. She continues to use her restaurant connections to champion the industry by working with companies and individuals who want to bring a little bit of their favorite restaurants directly to their own kitchen.


Private Dinners

Whether you want to throw a memorable birthday party or off-site dinner for your company, Julien can take care of the culinary details, including the venue, chef, cocktails, wine, staff, music — and everything in between. 

Corporate Events

Julien collaborates with companies to bring the city’s best food + drink professionals onto their corporate campuses, from wine tastings and menu creation, to on-site cooking classes, pop-ups, food trucks, and  anything else you can dream up.


Looking to add a special culinary touch to your next event or client pitch? Are you a restaurateur who wants help with media outreach? Let’s talk to see if we’re a good fit!


Julien has authored two Amazon #1 Best Sellers: Seattle Cooks (2018) and Washington Wine + Food: The Cookbook (2020). Need a signed copy? Let us know!

Food Writing

From Eater Seattle editor and Seattle Weekly food columnist,  to restaurant correspondent for FOX 13 and KOMO News, Julien has been writing about and reporting on the city’s food scene since 2004.


If you’re looking to create a fun event with food + drink, but aren’t sure how to pull it off (or where to start), let’s brainstorm and come up with something incredible!

Meet Julien

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Planning your next event and need help with the culinary portion? Reach out, I would love to help you throw the best party ever. 

—Julien Perry