We could get bored with activities or places, but have you ever heard of someone getting bored with food? Because that just doesn't happen. If you were contemplating the ever-existential question of "Where should I eat next?," Yelp dished out. Here are the top eats in Washington in 2020.\nYelp ranks everything from “fancy-schmancy spots and white tablecloth restaurants” to “hidden gems and off-the-beaten-path joints and food trucks" every year in its Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S. list.\nWhile none of Evergreen State's eateries made the list last year, this year — nah, decade, is a whole different story. From sushi to tamales and burgers, these are the top spots you need to hit in Washington if you're a foodie.\nNew Mexico Tamale Co\nPrice: 💸\nCuisine: New Mexican\nAddress: 5687 3rd Ave, Ferndale, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: This spot has a menu dedicated exclusively for tamales! You can expect gluten-free, authentic hand-rolled goodies that are dished out in small batches. Our suggestion? Go for the extra chile and queso.\nView this post on Instagram Hands down the best tamales we've ever eaten @newmexicotamale. News flash, they have daily vegan & vegetarian specials as well as the tried and true meat varieties! Made locally by the very best crew ever! #glutenfree #vegantamales #nolardtamales #ferndalewa #bestkeptsecretrestaurant #tamales #newmexicotamalecompany #bellinghamwa #yummytamales A post shared by Suzanne and Mike (@honeygrabthemap) on Sep 24, 2019 at 4:48pm PDT\nWebsite\nTaneda Sushi in Kaiseki\nPrice: 💸💸💸💸\nCuisine: Japanese\nAddress: 219 Broadway E, Ste 14, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: If you manage to snag a reservation here, expect a 5-star treatment with delightful kaiseki aka a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner that the chef hand-picks for you based on the season. Sipping sake is mandatory, of course.\nView this post on Instagram Another year down; another year started. We decided to start off our culinary adventure in the next decade with another amazing dinner at Taneda. Should you have the fortune of dining here, I highly recommend including the sake omakase. . . . . . #seattleeats #seattlefoodie #seattlefood #japanesefood #sushi #wheninseattle #kaisekiryori #kaiseki #kaisekicuisine #kaisekidinner A post shared by Shelah Anne Woo (@shelahanne) on Jan 4, 2020 at 3:54pm PST\nWebsite\nThe Box & Burgers Eatery\nPrice: 💸💸\nCuisine: Asian-fusion\nAddress: Totem Hill Plaza, 12305 120th Ave NE, Ste C, Kirkland, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: What started as a lunch truck, this spot now serves creative food like fries with yuzu aioli (!) and bibimbap burgers that are surprisingly affordable. Treats include everything from $3 pork belly baos to $15 miso-glazed salmon.\nView this post on Instagram The Box and Burger Eatery - Started as a Lunch Truck 8 yrs ago serving Asian Fusion food like steamed buns. Now they put out some awesome burgers too. Miso Hungry Burger: braised pork belly, wasabi garlic aioli, namasu, miso infused napa cabbage slaw on a charred burger Kalua Pork Bao: Hawaiian style roasted pork, lomi lomi tomato relish, chinese steamed bun . #Seattle #kirkland #pork #azfoodie #foodie #food #foodpics #foodlover #foodforthought #foodtruck #streetfood #supportlocal #localeats #lunch #eatlocal #eatgoodstuff #hungry #imhungry #eatingfortheinsta #instafood #foodgasm #foodphotography #burger #cheeseburger #porkbelly #boa #asianfusion #theboxonwheels A post shared by Terry McBane (@tmcbane) on Apr 9, 2019 at 9:17pm PDT\nWebsite\nTibbitts @ Fern Hill\nPrice: 💸💸\nCuisine: American\nAddress: 8237 S Park Ave, Tacoma, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: This farm-to-table style eatery serves delish treats like bread-pudding style French toast and lobster bombs that'll make your brunch-eating heart sing for days.\nView this post on Instagram This lobster bomb dish from @tibbittsfernhill is a #breadbowl filled with lobster, a hollandaise-like sauce, scrambled eggs, and other goodies. I was reminded of this dish when I was looking at my website's analytics and saw that my article on the Best Food in Tacoma, WA was the best performing article on social media last year! I took a look this weekend while coming up with my business goals for 2020 and was pleasantly surprised! If you’re curious what my goals are, peep my stories 👆. . See why my list of favorite Tacoma-area eats is the most popular article on my blog via the link in my profile @emeraldpalate or directly here 👉 https://www.emeraldpalate.com/best-food-in-tacoma-wa/ A post shared by Adria | Food & Travel Ideas (@emeraldpalate) on Jan 6, 2020 at 6:17pm PST\nWebsite\nEditor's Note: Cover photo on the right used for representative purposes only. \n\nThere are stories everywhere! If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityUSA on Facebook and Instagram.