Best Cheap Eats In Seattle

Best Cheap Eats In Seattle

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Fuel up at our local-approved budget food spots in Seattle.

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    Looking for a glass of beer or wine before noon? 5 Point's pouring 'em in the a.m. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Happy Hour: Monday Friday 2pm - 5pm! $3.45 Cup of Chowder, $5.95 Cod & Chips, $3.95 Mac & Cheese, $2 Sweet Potato Fries, alcohol specials and much more! -- Seattle Happy Hour via Foursquare
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    One of the oldest farmers markets in the United States! It's always worth a walk-through in good weather. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Brave Horse offers a well-curated list of local beers, amazing pretzels & impressive bar food. Check out the full calendar of special beer dinners and other events. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Seattle crunch roll amazing $4.50 during hh. House wines on hh are pinot Gris and cab. Eat like king neptune on a budget. -- Keridwyn Deller via Foursquare
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    Highly-regarded Seattle restaurant specializes in big and messy Caribbean-style sandwiches. There's usually a bit of a wait, but it's well worth it. Just note that it's cash only! -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    They've got a Scotch-/ pear brandy-/ lemon-/ double IPA-based shandy called the Roll Pin, which, while excellent, isn't quite as (Megan) Good as Roll Bounce. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    HH daily except fri n sat from 4-8 at the bar or patio during summer only. It's always busy because it's good sushi! All the rolls are awesome! -- Maricris Ferrer via Foursquare
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    Foodies paradise. Try anything here. It's edibly supremely divine. -- Justin Bonzai via Foursquare
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    Soup dumplings are a must. However be sure to get a leafy veggie plate, hot and sour soup or beef noodle soup for your table. If you like cold apps, get the cucumber! -- Mike H. via Foursquare
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    The blistered, slightly salty crusted pizzas are perfectly fired and come with a thoughtful list of salads and sides. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Two words: bacon jam. That's the condiment served on the burger at food truck and now brick-and-mortar Diner. Allecia Vermillion of Seattle Met magazine says it has "become a local classic." -- Eater via Foursquare
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