Seattle: Fremont

I paid a visit to Agrodolce for brunch after being blown away by Americana in Capitol Hill and was definitely not disappointed by this follow-up brunch. First of all, they have a bottomless mimosa brunch, which seems to be a rarity in Seattle. Secondly, the food is delicious. We shared the french toast bites, and they … Continue reading Seattle: Fremont

Seattle: University District

University District sports a wealth of restaurants from which to choose. The “Ave,” which is actually called University Way, is lined up with every cuisine you could ask for. Let’s start with a restaurant I had heard whispers about before even arriving in Seattle. Supposedly Thai Tom is the “best Thai food” around the area, … Continue reading Seattle: University District

Seattle: Capitol Hill

Cap Hill is boppin’, to say the least. There are plenty of yuppies inhabiting this area, and the nightlife and hip restaurants reflect that demographic. One of the first restaurants I tried was Mamnoon, a Middle Eastern restaurant. For appetizers, my friend and I shared the hummus, which featured preserved lamb, and the salatat raheb, … Continue reading Seattle: Capitol Hill