The two hour chef guided experience offers tasty samples and rich stories from six spots in SLU. #k5evening
SEATTLE — Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood is known for it’s thriving tech scene. But in the shadow of the iconic Amazon Spheres, the food scene is just as impressive.
It’s where Andrew Rubenstein still makes bagels the old-fashioned way.
“We’re going to keep doing them by hand as long as we can,” Rubenstein shared. “It’s a process that’s like a dance.”
The two-hour experience takes you to six different places; and along with tasting samples, you hear the stories behind them.
“You’re with a chef guide. Everyone on the team comes from a culinary background,” shared Liz Philpot, the founder of Eat Seattle.
Philpot created this tour after successfully launching a similar program in Pike Place Market.
Whether you’re new in town or a longtime local, the tour will show you a different side to the neighborhood with a techie reputation; one that offers care and comfort through a myriad of culinary creations.