Nosh.

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 Oma Bap (think Korean fast food?) opened next door and we gave it a try. It wasn’t the best or most traditional Korean food I’ve had in Seattle, but its casual vibe and convenient fare can be appreciated on First Hill.

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Korean pancakes were pretty good.

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Ba Bar’s new breakfast includes a tasty shrimp and bacon omelet.

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Detox banana split.

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Catered Chipotle for lunch at work. Being able to customize exactly what I want and how much of it I want makes this the best Chipotle experience I have had.

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Work Happy Hour at Brave Horse Tavern in South Lake Union.

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The infamous Red Velvet Cake at Kingfish Cafe in Capitol Hill.

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Their Fried Chicken Plate rivals that of Ma’Ono, but the latter might be my favorite.

Yum.

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Coffee and sweets for breakfast @ Ba Bar. Typical.

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Dinner with my niecy (Kristan) @ King Noodle. This is one kind of checklist that I don’t mind looking through. It’s too bad I can’t check everything off!

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Beef balls, brisket and QQ noodles.

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Cabbage, mushroom, seaweed and vermicelli noodles.

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Samurai Noodle, a Seattle favorite for Ramen and Japanese snack staples like Takoyaki and Gyoza.

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Spicy Miso Ramen with pork, bamboo and corn.

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Dipping noodles with pork and bamboo.