Philadelphia and Seattle, places to eat very well

In 2013 we traveled quite a bit and the amazing food we tried is one of the many reasons we have to go back to those places.

We found great food in Philadelphia and Seattle, so we wanted to share our favorites places:

Philadelphia

Our dining plans in Philadelphia changed while there and while I was a little disappointed for not being able to go where we originally planned, we were lucky to find the amazing Nan Zhou Hand Drawn Noodle House in Chinatown. We didn’t take many pictures because we were so hungry and wanted to eat right away, but one thing you should know: we came back the next day!

Beef noodle soup - yummy!
Beef noodle soup – yummy!

And for brunch the next day, we went to Sabrina’s and we were not disappointed!

Stuffed Challah french toast - this was amazing!
Stuffed Challah french toast – this was amazing!
This is the Barking Chiuahua
This is the Barking Chiuahua
Scrambled eggs, potatoes and toast
Scrambled eggs, potatoes and toast

Seattle

Our visit to Seattle was amazing and I can’t seem to stop talking about it. The only thing that I would change is the weather; it was so cold. Being so cold outside, we decided we would explore the surroundings of our hotel to try and find a good restaurant to have dinner… and that’s how we stumbled upon Serious Pie.

I’m not joking when I say they make some of the best pizzas I’ve ever tasted and we already have plans to go back there on our next visit to Seattle. The vibe of the place, the fantastic service and the amazing food were all we needed!

serious pie seattle serious pie seattle

We have started some sort of travel tradition around brunches. We like to have brunch in every place we visit in North America and in Seattle we found just the place: Etta’s.

The place was packed on that cold Sunday morning, but we didn’t have to wait for a table (we were lucky!) and service was fast and friendly. And the food? Amazing!

French toast with bagel and huckleberry syrup
French toast with bagel and huckleberry syrup
Crab cakes with thinly sliced brussels sprouts and fries
Crab cakes with thinly sliced brussels sprouts and fries

Pictures will not do these dishes justice, so I hope you really consider trying them out if you ever visit Philadelphia and Seattle.

Cheers to a great year to come full of great food and amazing new places!

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