This neighborhood in between Fremont and the University District features locations of many well-known local chains (Ezell’s, Molly Moon’s, and Dick’s, to name a few). But it also has independent restaurants serving a diverse array of cuisines, with Japanese izakaya food, Trinidadian curried goat, Afghani bolani, and more.
Wallingford's strength is well-established, mid- to bargain-priced restaurants that cater primarily to customers who live within walking distance, including University of Washington students wandering over from the adjacent U District. Here are some favorites. (For the purposes of this list, Wallingford cedes restaurants on Stone Way, south of 40th Street, to Fremont. Find that neighborhood’s many excellent restaurants in the Fremont map.)
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