Not only can you take a trip around the world through music, dance, stories and art at the Northwest Folklife Festival, but you can eat your way around the globe as well!

Check out our complete list of food vendors here. Be sure to check out Eloi Taste the Carribbean – an unusual treat for the Northwest! You’ll also want to stop by Bahn Thai Restaurant — Seattle’s first Thai restaurant, in operation since 1984.

There’s also Pelmeni Dumpling Tzar, serving up Russian style dumplings (a staff favorite!), Horn of Africa , providing regional cuisine from Northeast Africa, authentic Filipino food from Espis Sausage & Tocino Co., and much much more.

Of course, no festival is complete without Little C’s Funnel Cakes or Shishkaberry’s. Indulge, and have fun trying new things. That’s what Folklife is all about!

 

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