The Derschang Group has been creating spaces in Seattle for friends to get together since 1994. TDG includes Oddfellows Cafe and Bar, Little Oddfellows, Tallulah’s, Smith, Linda’s Tavern, and King’s Hardware. They are passionate about community involvement and causes including equality, reproductive rights, literacy, and supporting independent arts.  



Linda Derschang



Linda Derschang is the founder and CEO of The Derschang Group; a mix of restaurants, cafes and bars in Seattle, Washington. Her first was Linda’s Tavern, established in 1994, a neighborhood bar that has become a Capitol Hill institution. Twenty-five years later, she's launched eleven successful bars and restaurants, while staying committed to community involvement and causes.


Becca Fuhrman



Trained in art and architecture, Becca's interests lie in understanding , illustrating, and enhancing the experiences of people and space. At The Derschang Group, she moves between different creative mediums to continue to develop the uniquely tailored experiences that make each TDG location a memorable blends of art, architecture, and space.  


Jen Engles-klann



After working in several iconic restaurants, Jen joined The Derschang Group family in 2013. Her 32 years of hospitality experience help TDG stay relevant and innovative in our rapidly changing city. When she's not sitting on the board of Jubliee Women's Center, volunteering at Fare Start, or particiapting in the Seattle Restaurant Alliance, Jen enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family.  


Jack Garshae



With a foundation in accounting and a passion for financial analytics, Jack loves to geek out and look to the many stories numbers can tell you in the Hospitality Industry.  Outside of work you can find him with friends and family, playing softball, sipping mezcal, and snowshoeing.


Myles Burroughs



Industry veteran with over 15 years of experience behind a bar, Myles has been overseeing the beverage program for The Derschang Group since spring of 2014. As a Seattle native, he has played a part in the emergence of Seattle’s new drinking culture and has been around long enough to have been kicked out of much nicer establishments than this one. In his free time Myles enjoys jazz, travel, photography, picnics, sailboats, pink drinks and long walks on the beach… in other words, a real “bon vivant.”