Seattleites know that good eats in the Emerald City can be found almost anywhere. In this episode of “Culture Trippers,” join two chefs as we explore the city’s vibrant street food scene. Bring your appetite as we discover Seattle’s mobile food culture from Westlake Park Food Truck Pod, to a festival in Gas Works Park, to food truck inspired restaurants.
|Restaurant Roux||NW-influenced French Creole eats, with a weekend brunch & draft beer, in an industrial-slick space. |
|Pike Place Market||Choose from local produce, food, crafts, and more at this massive public market established in 1907. Visit website.|
|Westlake Food Truck Pod||Operating 7 days a week, enjoy diverse flavors of the city’s best food trucks at Westlake Park. |
|Space Needle||This observation tower stands at 605' and is one of Seattle's most iconic and beloved landmarks. |
|Skillet Diner Ballard||Diner provides New American comfort cooking from morning to night in airy digs with plenty of seats. |
|Gas Works Park||Gas Works Park is a 19.1-acre public park on the site of the former Seattle Gas Light Company gasification plant, located on the north shore of Lake Union.
|Seattle Center||Seattle Center is a park, arts, and entertainment center. |
|Downtown Seattle||Visit Page|
|Queen Anne||Visit Page|