I went to Bite of Seattle today with my mom. I haven’t been there in several years, but today was sunny and I had lots of fun. There were performances on stage:
Initially we looked around…
Then we headed over to the Alley and the wine tasting. The Alley is a $10 donation to food lifeline (per plate) that gets you food from 7 restaurants. We also shared in one wine tasting for the $12 happy hour price, which included 5 tastings and a commemorative glass.
Here is the plate of food:
The food includes (according to Saturday’s Alley menu):
Palace Kitchen: Flat iron steak with tomato salad and blueberry vinaigrette (bottom middle)
Al Boccalino: Bruchetta con la muffoletta (bottom right)
Belltown Pub: Semmelknoedel – German bread dumplings made with rye bread, parsley, onions and garlic (middle)
Salty’s: Mini salmon brat with fennel sauerkraut and Walla Walla onion mustard served in a house made Brioche bun (bottom left)
Fremont Fire Pit: Pulled Pork sliders (top right)
Din Tai Fung: Taiwan’s famous, hand-made, steamed pork dumplings filled with soup (top middle)
Pinkabella Cupcakes: Strawberry mini cupcake (top left)
We got the food from these food stands:
More to come (ran out of time) on the non-food side of things, and more on the seeing-Seattle side of things!
We also enjoyed some free samples (of many random things like sweeteners, etc.) There was also a free So Delicious brand fudgesicle-type dessert made from coconut milk and free applesauce and peanut butter. We also tried Amy’s organic rice macaroni and cheese, and some Santa Cruz organic lemonade.
I will leave you with PUNK ROCK AEROBICS. Something that reminds me of Seattle.
Post by: Melissa
Photos by: Melissa