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Watch: Seattle’s Only Native American Food Truck Serves Sweet and Savory Fry Bread

Plus Everett is appealing a judge’s decision to block its dress code for bikini baristas, tapas bar Dandylion is coming to Queen Anne, and more

A fry bread taco topped with meat, cilantro, and pickled onions from Off the Rez Cafe
A beef chili Indian taco from Off the Rez, Seattle’s only Native American food truck.
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Welcome back to Eater News, a semi-regular round-up of mini news bites. Have info to share? Email intel to seattle@eater.com.

  • The latest episode of Eater’s Cooking in America profiles Mark McConnell and Cecilia Rikard’s Off the Rez, Seattle’s only food truck serving Native American cuisine like sweet and savory fry bread. The video series examines the way immigrant food culture has shaped the flavor of the United States.
  • Kevin M. Davis and Terresa K. Davis have applied for a liquor license for Zane and Wylie’s Seattle Steakhouse at 624 Olive Way, the former home of glitzy Circadia downtown.
  • Matias Tona, chef of Grappa (and brother of co-owner Aleks Tona), and relatives have applied for a liquor license for Dandylion, which the Facebook page calls “Seattle’s hottest tapas bar.” It’s coming to 532 Queen Anne Ave. N.
  • Late last year a federal judge temporarily blocked Everett’s dress code for restaurant workers, which targets so-called bikini baristas, but the city is appealing the decision.

Off the Rez

, Seattle, WA (206) 414-8226 Visit Website

Circadia

624 Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98101

Grappa

2 Boston St, Seattle, WA 98109

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