Sometimes the best food is not always the easiest to find. Whether the place is hidden away or the storefront doesn’t seem as appealing, you could be passing by some of the most delicious spots and not even know it. They may not look like much outside, but these hole-in-the-wall restaurants in Washington will seriously blow your mind:
1. You might originally overlook Marcia's Silver Spoon Cafe in Tacoma...
But if you head inside and try one of their huge omelettes, pancakes, or chicken & waffles, you'll be feasting on the best breakfast of your life.
2. At first you might be wondering, "Tacos Chukis in Seattle? Where is this restaurant exactly?"
You can find this taqueria treasure hiding upstairs in the Broadway Alley Complex in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Be sure to try their House Taco with grilled pineapples, seasoned beef, diced onions, and citrusy guacamole for the ultimate lunch.
3. The Blue Moose Cafe in Port Townsend may not be all fancy out front...
But their breakfast dishes will make your entire morning. When you get hungry, try a plate of their fluffy blueberry pancakes, cheesy eggs and crispy bacon.
4. Soulful Soups in Spokane may not be a big, upscale place...
But all of their soups, salads, and sandwiches are huge on flavor. Pictured is their Tomato Basil Soup, with croutons, beer bread and the house salad. Mmmm.
5. Toby's Tavern in Coupeville might look like your average pub from out front...
However their Fish & Chips and fresh mussels make for some of the most amazing seafood on Whidbey Island. They also have a wide selection of beer to pair with, and their very own microbrew, Toby's Parrot Head Red Ale.
6. Haven't tried Nutty's Junkyard Grill in Arlington yet?
You can find some of the best burgers in town here! They also have chicken burgers, huge onion rings, milkshakes, and awesome automobile memorabilia to see.
7. Undecided about trying Curry Corner in the Olympia area?
Their Indian cuisine is definitely worth checking out! Pair the Garlic Naan (pictured) with any of their curries, or lamb, chicken, or veggie specialties and your taste buds might just explode.
8. Your first impression of Surfer Sands in Long Beach may be uncertain...
But how could you resist a mouthwatering cheesesteak made on fresh, homemade bread? This little gem offers a wonderful selection of sandwiches and cheesesteaks that are much more scrumptious than anything from Subway.
9. Passing by, Chico's Pizza Parlor in Moses Lake may not seem as enticing...
But this family owned & operated parlor makes incedibly appetizing pizzas loaded with toppings. They also have a jukebox and arcade games for a night full of entertainment!
10. The Lunch Box & Pizzeria in Richland may not have a stunning storefront...
But their sandwiches and pizzas are everything you could ever dream of. You can get the sandwich made on homemade focaccia bread, and it pairs perfectly with breadsticks or a salad.
11. And The Buttered Biscuit in Sumner? Is this one worth a try?
Indeed it is. Stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner sometime and you'll be able to feast on all kinds of comfort foods like omelettes, biscuits & gravy, and buttered cornbread.
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