As peaceful protests continue, be sure to stop and fill your bellies at some black-owned businesses in Seattle. These 11 restaurants and cafes have been serving up some delicious food over the years, and there's no better time to get out and grub. So before you head out for lunch or dinner, make sure to check out this list!
Between some of these eateries, there's something to satisfy any craving you might be having.
From seafood and fruit bowls to tasty comfort food, there's no shortage of food spots in the city. Why not add these eateries to your foodie list and go on your very own food tour? There's no guarantee that you won't come back for more.
Anyone else hungry?
Where Ya At Matt
Cuisine: NOLA-inspired Creole
Address: Food Truck/Varying Locations
Why You Need To Go: Three words... gumbo, jambalaya, and po'boys.
Fat's Chicken & Waffles
Cuisine: New Orleans Southern Style
Address: 2726 E. Cherry St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Fat's is a southern style, New Orleans-influenced restaurant that combines arguably the best breakfast and dinner.
Cuisine: Upscale Vegan Cuisine
Address: 1429 12th Ave., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Calling all vegans, Plum Bistro is one delicious plant-based eatery.
Address: 2122 NE. 65th St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: JuneBaby pays homage to great African American cooking, especially from the south.
Ezell's Famous Chicken
Cuisine: Comfort Food
Address: Varying Locations
Why You Need To Go: Did we mention fried chicken and all of the sides you could ever want?
Cuisine: Influences from America's South, Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean Islands
Address: 2404 NE. 65th St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: This restaurant has a diverse menu with influences from all over the world.
Nate's Wings and Waffles
Cuisine: Chicken & Waffles, and Wings
Address: 1224 E. Jefferson St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: There's a delicious selection of waffles, appetizers, and sides. Yes, please.
Meskel Ethiopian Restaurant
Address: 2605 E. Cherry St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Meskel has been in the city for over 25 years and has reached national acclaim from CNN Travel.
Cuisine: Coffee & Sandwiches
Address: 1600 S. Roberto Maestas Festival St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: The Station calls itself a home for "artists of all disciplines, youth workers and advocates, elders and children, up and coming and seasoned activists."
Boon Boona Coffee
Address: 724 S. 3rd St., Renton, WA
Why You Need To Go: They sell African-sourced roasted and unroasted coffee. Not to mention, their packaging is so cute.