Midnite Ramen is Seattle’s first ramen food cart, also known as a yatai. The ramen yatai started in Japan in the early 1900s, traditionally serving from late in the evening until early in the morning. The food they often served was known as yonakisoba, or, midnight ramen.
It’s how Seattle does Saturday brunch.
There are always a variety of food trucks during weekday lunches at near Amazon, at Redmond’s Microsoft campus, and scattered throughout the city. However, if you don’t work in those areas, you might miss out on some of the city’s more innovative and gourmet food. Seattle’s All Food Market is in it’s new location at 9th and Denny. Open 10-3pm every Saturday. It’s Seattle’s only weekly street food market offering some of the most unique food concepts curbside!
Mobile Food Rodeo’s first annual Trucktoberfest!
Get trucked this fall! Trucktoberfest will be a two-day festival held at Marymoor Park in less than 6 weeks! This new Northwest festival tradition brings together more than 30 local craft breweries and gourmet food trucks who will showcase 60+ beers. This will be paired with live music stage on a
Rewarding travel demands an open heart, an open mind, and an open stomach. While “street meat” may be unappetizing to a fledgling traveler, more adventurous visitors consume their calories from the stalls, stands and vendors selling the best tasting (and cheapest) treats.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
The summer sun has finally arrived and Seattle is screaming for ice cream! You don’t have to go far to satisfy your sweet, cool craving. These desserts come to you.