Food Scene

Where The Flavor’s At In Seattle

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Approximately two years ago, the husband and I moved to downtown Seattle from Columbus, Ohio. Somedays, it feels like yesterday and other days, it feels like we’ve been here for years and years. Coming from the midwestern city of Columbus, a lot of folks from the PNW seem to think we lived on a farm. Ha, right. Obviously, these people do not realize Columbus is a thriving city. And with that, it has a great food scene… some of the best, in our opinion…. rustic, unassuming, farm to table goodness that doesn’t shy away from flavor. And man, we sure do miss that food!

However, we have found a few gems that we believe are on par with our beloved hometown restaurants. So, I thought I would share what we’ve found so far to complement the Seattle Wander Guide post I wrote back in June 2014.

I’m breaking it down by neighborhoods, and I’m sure I’ll have more to add in the near future. But for now, this should get you started on a tasty, little food tour if you so desire and definitely without breaking the bank too much. (Don’t even get me started on the abundance of gourmet/fine dining in Seattle. I just want good food without the pretentiousness or triple+ dollar signs. Know what I’m sayin’?) Continue reading

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