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Paseo Sodo


1760 1st Ave S, Seattle
Earn 3X Points

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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