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Seattleites: Here’s Where to Satisfy Your Tacos Al Pastor Cravings

The savory flavor of pork and onions, brightened by juicy, sweet and tart pineapple… there’s just something amazing about tacos al pastor. While you’ll find some excellent tacos al pastor at many a Mexican eatery around the city, these are some of the spots with some noteworthy methods of making these amazing tacos.   Los Agaves | 1514 Pike Place Continue Reading

Dig Into Decadent Cheesecake at These Seattle Spots

Thick and creamy center… crisp and buttery crust… baked to perfection. Are you craving cheesecake yet? The following Seattle locations have got you covered. Bakery Nouveau | Multiple locations Award-winning Bakery Nouveau has become a Seattle go-to for baked and handcrafted confections such as classic breakfast pastries, breads, cookies… and, of course, cheesecake. Stop in at either location in West Continue Reading

Best Buffalo-Style Bites in Seattle

Although it’s not barbecue, buffalo-style foods are certainly close in my book! Spicy and full of flavor, buffalo sauce lends itself well - very well indeed - to some delicious bites around Seattle.   The 5-Point Cafe | 415 Cedar Street | 206-448-9991 For almost 90 years, The 5-Point Cafe in Belltown has been the dive spot to grab a Continue Reading

Ooey-Gooey Mac and Cheese Around Seattle

Okay, it’s time to take a serious look at that oh-so-satisfying, food-coma-inducing cheesy dish that kids and adults both crave… Macaroni and Cheese. Also known as Mac and Cheese, or Mac ‘n Cheese if you want to get even shorter, spots all around town have been flexing their muscles on unique and delicious ways to dish up the shells and Continue Reading

The Mixing Bowl: Where to Find the Best Authentic Filipino Food

  Filipino food directly reflects the history of the Philippines. Unlike other countries impacted by a long line of colonialism, the Philippines embraced this part of their history and immersed these cultures into their cuisine to create a mixing bowl of food. This Japanese-Chinese-Malay-European-Latino amalgam is reflected in popular Filipino cuisine such as Lumpia, halo-halo, Dinuguan, Pancit and Adobo. If Continue Reading