January 2018


Ethiopian food is among the most fun to eat and enjoy. Between the seating to the arrangement of the food and how you eat much of it with your hands, it is quite the experience. At Jebena Cafe, you can enjoy handmade combinations, gluten-free options and even shop for Ethiopian groceries if you feel so inclined.


Craving some woodfire pizza for dinner? You might want to head to Delancey in Seattle for some of the best pizza around. The white pie is especially good, but you might want to try the Romana or Crimini specialty pizzas. There are also some delicious appetizers, from pickle plates to green goddess salads, to tempt your tastebuds.

Dick's Drive-In

Craving a burger and fries tonight? You've got to try Dick's Drive-In if you haven't already. This Seattle staple is well known for its simple menu with full flavor. They basically only have burgers, fries, shakes and ice cream, but that's the way it should be! There are a few special burgers, like the Special with pickle relish or the Deluxe, and you can't go wrong with any of the 100% all-beef burgers.

Il Corvo

A bowl of really good pasta for ten bucks? You know what they say, life is made up of magic and pasta, so you might as well get the good stuff! Not only is their pasta handmade, but they even use traditional bronze dies and handmade tools to create the most authentic pasta experience you've ever had. Once you've had Il Corvo, you'll never want fast food pasta ever again (and did you ever to begin with?).