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  1. #151
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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    At least pizza in the PNW is amazing.

    Right?


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    The soup. We're only here for the soup.
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    The soup. We're only here for the soup.
    Gotta admit, best soup in America.

    City Soups in Bellevue


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  3. #153
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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    At least pizza in the PNW is amazing.

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    Pizza Schmizza is alright

    Why no love for the enchilada?
    It's got meaty innards, a corn wrapping and it's wet and cheesy, perfect food

  4. #154
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    Pizza Schmizza is alright
    Why no love for the enchilada?
    It's got meaty innards, a corn wrapping and it's wet and cheesy, perfect food
    Any food I'm expected to eat with utensils is flawed.

  5. #155
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    Got Gorditos. 5/10 personally. Now I did live in SF and Austin before so standards are high...but yeah 5/10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlh View Post
    We should start a tasty cheap food in the pnw thread as I could use more spots.
    If SLC can have one, we should too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by californiagrown View Post
    Can't tell if thats a compliment or not?
    Depends..do you pretend to be a nazi midget connoisseur?
    It's a war of the mind and we're armed to the teeth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejongiest View Post
    Got Gorditos. 5/10 personally. Now I did live in SF and Austin before so standards are high...but yeah 5/10.
    Obviously OP values burritos very highly as that is their chosen username, and they lived in SF, so i feel it is our duty as fellow transplants to warn of western washington's most egregious shortcoming.

    Quote Originally Posted by subtle plague View Post
    Depends..do you pretend to be a nazi midget connoisseur?
    Only if they come in similarly short, sunken houses. I would say though, that midget nazis are better than full-size nazis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    If SLC can have one, we should too.
    Super Gyros food truck in Kirkland. Best cheap shawarma and gyro ive had in the state.

  10. #160
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    Recently ate at MamnoonStreet, pretty decent shawarma and falafel. Would go again. Not on par with the best in the East Bay.


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    El Naranjo in greenlake for Mexican. Okinawa Teriyaki downtown. Pestle rock for Thai

    Seattle isn’t really known for the best Mexican food (gotta go to the ag communities for that). Teriyaki and thai food however… tons of good spots

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    Casa Durango, Renton Highlands, corner of Sunset and Union.



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    Quote Originally Posted by californiagrown View Post
    I was triggered by OP's username.
    Haha. Burrito was simply my "name" in high school Spanish class, and I started using it for online usernames where it wasn't already taken.

    The irony is I'm not even that big of a burrito fan on account of not particularly caring for flour tortillas. I'm all-in on corn tortilla burritos, but they're few and far between since a proper corn tortilla is inherently a little crumbly.

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    Mesa on Gilman in Issaquah.

    It's probably only about 7 minutes from Lynwood for some.
    Quote Originally Posted by Downbound Train View Post
    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Best Mexican food in the state is La Tarasca in Centralia. Family run, all from Michoacán. Grandma does all the cooking. Woman are servers and help in the kitchen, the men built all the furniture in the place. No (or hardly any) cheese. No tortilla chips (pickled jalapeno carrots instead). And no flour (only corn) tortillas. Standouts are Bistek en Salsa de Jitomate and Carne en su Jugo. No burritos. Legit.

    My favorite taco place is La Salvadoreña, El Salvadoran in Aberdeen. Awesome Pupusas (try the loroco). Perfect place to eat after surfing Westport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by altasnob View Post
    My favorite taco place is La Salvadoreña, El Salvadoran in Aberdeen. Awesome Pupusas (try the loroco). Perfect place to eat after surfing Westport.
    Oh hell yeah I'm for sure trying this place out

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    La Chele Salvadorean Pupuseria in Lakehood has excellent pupusas if you're in the South Sound.

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    Since we've almost thread-drifted this into snow tires already.....

    Best mole sauce in Seattle-area?

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    Carnitas Michoacán in Beacon Hill for tacos, Raiz/El Xolo in Ballard were doing some good takeout during full pandemic mode - haven't been since. Pitas for a burrito on the way home from Crystal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptavv View Post
    La Chele Salvadorean Pupuseria in Lakehood has excellent pupusas if you're in the South Sound.
    And for those of us in the great north (Everett), check out Nuevo Amanecer Pupuseria.

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    I was literally standing in front of that place a few weeks ago wondering if it's legit. I had my dog with me so I couldn't go in but next time I will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by altasnob View Post
    If there is a Seattle freeze, you can't blame long term residents as most have already been priced out of the city. Seattle, like other booming metropolises in the West, is now just an endless stream of young, mostly tech-workers moving in, staying for a bit, making money, then cashing out and moving on. One giant corporate office park.

    Seattle is one of the least diverse large cities in America, which plays into its lack of friendliness (I think only SLC and Portland are less diverse). Although like everywhere in America, it is getting more diverse. It's also one of the most educated and wealthy. Think ivy leaguers with sticks up their ass who don't want to make eye contact with you because then they might have to talk to you.

    Oh, and people who move to Seattle from Colorado aren't actually from Colorado. Colorado is just the first place they moved to from back East, South, and Midwest. That's why they are so friendly. People who grew up in Colorado are just as big of a dick as people who grew up in Washington. Think of Seattle as one giant campground, where all the good spots are taken, but more and more people keep showing up at night trying to cram themselves in, getting mean mugged by all the other campers who got there first.
    Or... the last person in wants to build the biggest fence. Remember that.

    Quote Originally Posted by thejongiest View Post
    Is this the 21/22 PNW thread?
    Well, we haven't yet broached the subject of land use and National Parks access.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sessiøn View Post
    The freeze isn't just a Seattle thing, it's like a NW thing. After 13 years I don't have any regular friends beyond activity acquaintances like Mag's I occasionally hook up with on the hill. In the NW people are friendly, but no one wants to be your friend.

    I guess I had a different experience in Texas than ptavv. I felt like I had new friends all the time.
    Let's go ski, yo!

    Quote Originally Posted by HappyCamper View Post
    Since we've almost thread-drifted this into snow tires already.....

    Best mole sauce in Seattle-area?
    Red Iguana in SLC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
    I was literally standing in front of that place a few weeks ago wondering if it's legit. I had my dog with me so I couldn't go in but next time I will.
    Pupusas are very good, though I typically get a burrito: pork, fajita style, black beans, guac inside. A giant meat baby that'll put a grown man down for 15 hours. And the green salsa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejongiest View Post
    Is this the 21/22 PNW thread?
    OpenSnow's 10-day forecast has 39" for Crystal, 30" for White Pass, & 26" for Bachelor (with much less exciting numbers for the other resorts). Even if only a fraction of that materializes, the TAYers gotta be happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    Mesa on Gilman in Issaquah.

    It's probably only about 7 minutes from Lynwood for some.
    You mean Masa Mexican Kitchen, right?
    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
    I'm not a part of a redneck agenda

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