This all-day cafe located inside the Burke Museum of Natural History serves tasty Native American food centered around homemade frybread. Puffy on the inside and crunchy on the outside, the fried dough is a perfect vehicle for various savory or sweet fillings. We’re talking about shredded chili verde chicken and sweet and tangy BBQ pulled pork tacos, burgers topped with cumin crema and pickled red onions, or served simply with a generous dusting of cinnamon and sugar as dessert. Whether you’re visiting an exhibit or not, stop in for a quick lunch at the U District spot—or keep your eyes peeled around the city for their truck.
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