We stopped by Seattle Center for the Bite of Seattle Food Festival for lunch.
It was the first day of the festival which runs for 3 days. Parking was $15 at the Seattle Center.
Food sample from a stall promoting Asian sauces.
We bought 2 sliders for $7 from Morning Star Barbeque & Deli. We opted for Beef Brisket with Espresso BBQ and Pulled Pork with Secret #11 sauce which supposed to be very spicy. These were pretty good but really small bites.
Nanzaro went for Philly Cheese Steak for $8. The caramelized onions add sweetness to the sandwich. At least this is a full size sandwich.
We also bought BBQ salmon serves on a fried flat bread for $8. There was not a lot salmon which was bland and the fried flat bread was kind of oily.
Nanzaro needed more food, so he got some garlic fries for $6. The fries were also quite bland and not crispy.
Below are some of the other stalls in the festival.
Clothing stall and free samples.
Movie characters and prop.