Terrence Jeffrey Santos
PNW weather is tough on a bald head. Especially one that’s navigating multiple industries while trying to raise two young boys with an amazingly beautiful and supportive wife. Many hats must be worn, figuratively and literally. As a filmmaker, Terrence was awarded a NATAS NW Emmy for his work on The Otherside documentary, and is currently in production for his Filipinx Food Seattle documentary. Filming of the documentary back in 2018 led to his advocacy of the growing number of FIlipinx restaurants through @filipinotown.seattle on Instagram. The hats don’t stop here, as he dove into the toy industry in 2020 with the creation of Anak Toy Kompany to help teach his kids their native culture and language. But mostly you can find Terrence with his sweaty dad hat on, finding ways to survive stepping on legos and watching 100 daily viewings of Word Party.
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The Best Filipino Restaurants In Seattle
The 14 best spots for Filipino food in Seattle.
Lasa Sandwiches And Pearls
Lasa Sandwiches And Pearls is a Filipino sandwich shop in Lynnwood.
Kryse Ice Cream
Kryse's Ice Cream is a Filipino ice cream popup.
Mekenie Pampangga’s Special
Mekenie Pampangga’s Special is a casual Filipino restaurant in Renton.