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Paseo Sodo



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In the great Paseo vs. Un Bien debate, we’re Team Un Bien, which means that you’ll pretty much only find us at Paseo in Sodo when it's convenient—like to grab a pre-baseball slow-roasted pork sandwich before watching Julio carry that giant trident into the Mariners' dugout. Or once the sun comes out and we can enjoy a double rum punch and aioli-slathered corn on the patio. At the end of the day, it’s a solid option as long as you’re not anywhere near Un Bien.

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