Seattle Food


Another one of my personal favorite parts of Seattle, the food. Oh, the food! I am a firm believer that small-business owned eateries are 10x more delicious than the big restaurant chains we see all over this country. Austin does a great job keeping up with the authentic food vibe, but we still have places like McDonalds, Wendys, and Subway everywhere you turn. In downtown Seattle, I think I might have seen one Subway, zero Wendys, and the only McDonalds was located inside a shopping mall. I was very impressed! There were places everywhere we went that I had never heard of before, and that's just the way I like it! Something new to experience.

I will admit that we didn't see as many food trucks as there are in Austin (which is understandable for downtown), but we did stumble upon one called Maximus/Minimus who served the most amazing pulled pork sandwhiches! Another place we loved was a restaurant on the waterfront called The Crab Pot where we heard the Man vs. Food guy went when he came to Seattle. Best seafood ever! I also learned something new: good Mexican food is possible north of Texas. I didn't think it was true, but Mama's Mexican Kitchen proved me wrong! Their chicken enchiladas were better than some I've had down here in Texas! Consider me stunned.



  1. looks like fun!

    xo Jessica

  2. Yummy!!! You look so cute. Love that you're wearing a different nailpolish on one finger :)

  3. great photos!

  4. Wow! That all looks soooo good! I always see those food trucks on TV, I can't wait to try one.

  5. Oooh the food looks so delicious:) YUM!! XX

  6. the west coast has great mexican food!!

  7. the food looks delicious and you look really pretty
    Cerys ♥

  8. Wow are you from Austin? So cool to find a fellow blogger from TX. All the food looks yummy, Im a food addict :)
    Im now following you!!!!


  9. This post has made me so hungry! That pig truck looks amazing :) xx

  10. I love love love Seattle's food! yum.



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