Thursday, January 28, 2010


We will be closed for a private party all day on Saturday, February 6th.  This is something we never do, but in this case we just had to do it.  My sister Rachel and Lucas (pictured there to the right) are getting married...and seeing how they helped us open the restaurant, took over a year out of their lives to help get us up and running, and got engaged on the deck of the restaurant, we couldn't say no when they asked to have the wedding at Prima.  We apologize for any inconvenience.
Sunday, February 7th, Rendezvous continues to enhance our musical line up on the first Sunday of the month...they'll be playing from 4:00-6:00.  Here's a clip of them playing at have to scroll down awhile:

We continue with our regular Thursday musical line up of Danny Ward (jazz saxophone) on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month, Yours Truly (accordion and violin duo) on the 2nd Thursday, and James Hinkley and Levi Burkle (jazz swing duo) on the 4th and if there is a 5th Thursday.

VALENTINES DAY:  This is always a completely filled up night so make your reservations soon.  Danny Ward will be playing starting at 5:00.

 And I just had to throw those photos in from New Years...we had so much fun!  Thanks to all of you who joined us to ring in 2010!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010


We've joined forces with a variety of dining establishments in Langley to raise funds for the disaster relief effort in Haiti.  This upcoming Monday, January 25th many restaurants in Langley will be earmarking a percentage of their funds for various relief funds.  We at Prima will be donating 20% of proceeds from the entire day to Doctors Without Borders.  As of today I've been able to rally the following troops...of course the efforts being made by businesses and individuals in Langley are not limited to this list!
Prima and Cafe Langley...20% of proceeds to Doctors Without Borders; buffet from 4-7, accepting donations for World Concern;
Mikes Place...10% of proceeds to Doctors Without Borders (DIFFERENT DATE...FRIDAY THE 22ND);
Useless Bay Coffee Company will be roasting a special Help Haiti blend and donating 100% of proceeds to Doctors Without Borders;
Mukilteo Coffee will be selling $10 raffle tickets for a gourmet brunch basket...all proceeds to doctors without borders;
Village Pizzeria and Living Green are participating, contact them for details;
Maurlees will have a donation jar out for customers to donate to the cause;
Eddy's will be donating a percentage of their sales on Monday to Doctors Without Borders, and US Bank is collecting donations for Red Cross.   The Clyde, Island Athletic, and Lindsay Communications are matching what's being put into the Clyde's magic change jar.