The Seattle Street Food Festival is near!

It’s time to get down to eating at the Seattle Street Food Festival on  August 10th!


There’s a great food festival coming up on August 10th and hopefully it will be the first of many Seattle Street Food Festival’s.  It w ill be held in and around Cal Anderson Park in downtown Seattle near 10th and Pine.  So what’s “street food”?  Well, as we all know there are more and more street and truck vendors populating our cities.  Food trucks can be seen in most neighborhoods as a great way to get good economical food without the waiting that goes along with restaurants.  As time goes on, the street vendors are getting more variety and people are flocking to them.  It’s kind of like the old hot dog vendors you always see or have heard about only better.  I love going to the taco trucks!  At the Seattle Street Food Festival, as of the date of this writing, there will be twenty-six food trucks, nineteen food booths and thirteen restaurants represented that day.  To help you digest better, Soda Jerk Sodas will also be there.  The roster of the Seattle Street Food participating vendors is in this link.

Sound like fun? The Seattle Street Food Festival is on August 10th from 5 PM to 11 PM and is free to the public.

There is also a separate Popup Picnic near the event that will feature over a dozen chefs from local restaurants plying their wares on the street as part of The One Night Only Project.  I caught their lineup in the daily Seattle Met email.  This event does cost $125 per person but does apparently give you line skipping privileges at the Seattle Street Food Festival.  There will be voting and the winning chef will receive part of the gate receipts to give to their favorite charities.  This event goes from 7 PM to 10PM.

Whew!  So get the word out and plan on being there.

Happy eating!

Dave Sato

Certified Commercial Advisor &

Real Estate Professional


About Dave Sato

Dave entered the real estate field after spending the past 27 years in the commercial banking industry, where he used his passion for helping people to enable his clients to achieve their goals, in both their businesses and personal financial lives. He was always available to his clients, even during non-banking hours. He was also the key person for his banks in their outreach into the community, through the various chambers of commerce and civic groups and has served on several different boards, including senior centers, community service clubs, and museums. A native of Seattle who grew up in the Greenlake area, Dave has seen the building of I-5 through the city and the growth that has boomed there. After moving away to central Washington for 16 years, he returned back to live on the Kitsap penninsula in 1989 and later moving to Everett in 2005. In his prior career he worked in the cities of Bremerton, Tacoma, Lynnwood, Marysville and Arlington. This has allowed him to expand his knowledge of the residential areas surrounding Seattle. Being multi-talented, he can work with business owners looking to purchase or build their first commercial property or find a property to house their expanding business, while also helping to find the residence that they've always wanted. His knowledge of finance can also be of assistance for investors looking to find income producing properties. Dave is excited to be doing the work that allows him to live his passion...Helping people achieve their goals!
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