It’s been two weeks since my Pacific Northwest trip and I’m finally writing about all the fab restaurants my husband and I discovered. We did a lot of eating on our trip, so this post will just cover Seattle.
Our first Seattle meal was brunch at Plum Bistro with my blogger buddy Jean and two of her Seattle blogger friends, Megan and Molly. Since Jean already wrote about this, I’ll just say that it was AWESOME! Click here to read Jean’s post.
After brunch, my husband and I drove to Port Townsend to continue our tour, so our second Seattle meal wasn’t until lunch a week later at Chaco Canyon Organic Café. We loved Chaco! The atmosphere was organic, casual and hip and the food was outstanding.
Here’s their delicious pizza!
And carrot cake to die for – yum!
Then for dinner, we went back to Plum Bistro where we were seated next to a guy with a big, fancy camera taking pictures of his food. I felt intimidated. I was sure this guy was some famous blogger whose photos were going to put me to shame (especially since I’d left my Canon camera at home).
At the same time, I was dying to see his blog post so I asked him if he was a blogger. He laughed and said, “No, I’m just an amateur photographer.” We chatted for a while and he told me he’d send me the photos he took – and he did! Here are some of Komy Ko’s lovely Plum Bistro photos.
And dinner at Plum, by the way, was just as wonderful as lunch.
Our final stop on our Seattle culinary tour was The Wayward Vegan Café. This place had little atmosphere, but they made up for it with friendliness and HUGE portions of healthy, tasty vegan fare. They had great coffee too, and although we didn’t try any, their desserts looked amazing.
We didn’t have a single bad meal in Seattle – it’s a yummy place to be vegan!
The Chaco Canyon Organic Café photos are courtesy of their website.