Thursday, November 17, 2016

Lunch In Seattle ~ Lowell's

Hello Everyone! I recently took a much needed trip to the city with my Sister and a good friend. After a few difficult changes happened in my life in the past two weeks, I knew going on a small trip to a place I love would help clear my mind. As always, Seattle did not disappoint. For those of you who don't know, I live about 30-40 minutes from Seattle. This time on my trip to the lovely Pike Place Market we decided to stop by the always good Lowell's for lunch.

If you are a lover of seafood, I definitely recommend stopping by Lowell's for a quick lunch if you ever find yourself in the Pacific Northwest. I myself am a vegetarian, but not to worry. I got a grilled cheese with tomato on rosemary bread sandwich. I must say, the bread was to die for! Their slogan says it all "Almost Classy since 1957". It's a very laid back restaurant. You can either order your food at the counter and sit on the first floor or seat yourself upstairs to be waited on. Either way, the food is worth it. My sister got the clams, which also came with garlic bread and my friend, Chishi, got the classic fish and chips. 

The prices range from around $10-$20. Fairly affordable for fresh ingredients! The food took about 10 minutes to be served. Overall, Lowell's offers very good food with a comfortable vibe and an amazing view of the waterfront.

It was a very relaxed and much needed lunch. You can see the big wheel from there too! Even though I live close to this city and I've visited it many times, I still find myself getting excited and almost jittery over the smallest things. It's a very accepting and urban place and I one-hundred percent recommend visiting it one day if you haven't already.

I wanted to keep this post short and sweet and show you the food porn bestowed upon us that evening. I hope you enjoyed reading! Leave a comment down below if you have any questions. Much love and stay brilliant.

Feel free to browse their website if you want any more information.
Click Here for Lowell's Website!

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