Street carts, dives, hidden gems
I am going to Seattle next week and looking forward to local joints that shouldn't be missed. Basically, if I was a Seattle native, where would I eat on a weekly/monthly basis. Looking forward to your responses!
Here are a couple websites that might help you out.
You have to go to The five Point Cafe on Cedar Street and Beth's Cafe for breakfast.
The late night hot dog stands that serve the dogs with a mayo, onion sauce to die for.
The street trucks are all a bit overrated, but don't let that stop you from checking a few of them out. Hallava is very good for falafel, and nobody will suspect you're a tourist if you go to Georgetown. Marination Mobile won a really big award last year, but only the pork and beef tacos and the spam slider are really worth getting (and don't bother if there are more than 10 people ahead of you in line). Parfait sells ice cream with real mint, and anything will taste good from one of their waffle cones. Another junk food option is Street Treats, which sells cookies, bars, and, more importantly, ice cream sandwiches to order. These places all have semi-regular schedules posted on their websites.