Chaco Canyon has three locations in University District, West Seattle, and Greenwood. Chaco Canyon collaborates with farms in Washington every month for their fresh products. The menu offers a selection of breakfast, lunch, and dinner items that are vegan and often gluten-free.
“Well you sure have a type, don’t you?”
Brandon, the devilishly handsome husband of Sami, co-owner and sometimes-front desk substitute of Pure Barre Seattle, is checking me in. It took me a second to realize what he was referring to.
Quick and delicious Japanese noodle station.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature U:Don, located in the heart of University Ave, this restaurant provides a unique udon experience unmatched in Seattle. The udon noodles are freshly made in-house as well as all of their soups and sauces. Chef and owner, Tak Kurachi makes the
My Sweet Little Cakes opens on Capitol Hill.
Or “hotcakes” if you will. I just didn’t want to confuse you with the nickname your strange neighbor in apartment 4D keeps calling your girlfriend. “Hey, hotcakes!” Either way, pancakes/hotcakes on a stick is the concept
The dinner menu is finally revealed at this U-District spot.
I’ve been cheering for this University District vegan café for years. YEARS. Bringing along Vegan Questionables to join me for its breakfast and lunch, they’ve always been floored. Wayward finally invites you to dinner.
This U-District eatery will politely grab you by the hand, then smack you in the face with flavor.
You’ve probably passed by this place while you were in the University District; housing a nice corner spot on NE 45th St. Next time, stop in. Araya’s is consistent and generous with its traditional dishes with a bit of an edge.