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1222 E Pine St, Seattle
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Manao is a casual spot for Thai food that you can always rely on being consistently excellent. They have fantastic street dishes like drunken noodles, and some standout apps like pork belly nuggets with a chile paste dip and taro crispy rolls. Gather some humans you don’t hate, order a round of Thai iced teas and a platter of crunchy, creamy lime zest chicken (our favorite thing here), and you’ve got an outdoor lunch perfect for people watching on Pine Street. (Or, more realistically, if it’s raining—a fun, laid-back indoor setup for a Thai feast.)

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