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Seattle Street Food Festival


In just five years, it has grown into the largest street food festival organizations in the United States with multiple festivals year round right here in the Northwest.

In 2013, our family of festivals attracted over 87,000 people in just three days of operation in some of Seattle’s most desirable neighborhoods like Capitol Hill, South Lake Union and Fremont for an alfresco-style food and beverage experience. This year’s events include Taco Libre Showdown, Seattle Street Food Festival and Trucktoberfest.

Our festivals have been international recognized as a top food and beverage destination and helped to support over 500 local micro to small business mobile platform businesses by providing an affordable market place that serves as an incubator to educate and support their goals.

Inspire, celebrate and serve as a launching pad for the emerging culinary talents of the Northwest
— Ryan Reiter, Artistic Director

Our Mission

The Seattle Street Food Festival was started by Ryan Reiter and Jerry Brooks, serving as an extension of the popular Mobile Food Rodeo to offer a broader showcase of Seattle’s growing street food scene in Capitol Hill. In it’s third year, it now is hosted in South Lake Union.

Reiter’s family business founded and continues to operate the Fremont Sunday Market, as well as the Ballard, Terry Avenue, Wallingford and Madrona Farmers Market for our 25 years supporting small business year round.

Please note that Chick'n Fix will be at the festival on August 15 and 16 only.

Greenwood Car Show - Seafair Festival

2015 Greenwood Car Show
Saturday – June 27
8 am to 4 pm

For 20-plus years, the Greenwood Car Show has happened on the last Saturday of June along Greenwood Avenue North in the Greenwood and Phinney neighborhoods of Seattle, WA. The Greenwood Knights Car Club produces this event for everyone who enjoys classic rides and to support a variety of local nonprofits and automotive scholarships.
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The largest car show in Seattle, with over 800 classic and custom cars of all ages. 50 food and car related vendors on a mile and a half of Seattle’s beautiful Greenwood neighborhood. This event is over 20 years old and growing. Attractions include local Classic Hydroplanes provided by the Hydroplane museum, and Seattle’s Last Resort Fire Department provides a collection of fully restored and functional fire trucks. The Phinney Neighborhood Association runs a kids zone and the street is open to all spectators for free.
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Bacon & Beer Classic

Come join us at Safeco Field for the Bacon & Beer Classic 2015!

Chick'n Fix will be there all day - from 12 PM to 10 PM

About the event:

"The Bacon and Beer Classic is a one-of-a-kind event hosted inside baseball parks and stadiums across America. It is a premier experience focused on traditions where one’s nostalgia of baseball meets their love for bacon and beer. As the attendees walk through the stadium they will get a taste of history through the hundreds of craft brew samples and mouth-watering bacon-inspired tastes local restaurants cook up. Music will get people dancing, interactive games will bring out their inner kid, and the cooking demos and beer schools will teach everyone – from the expert to the novice – a thing or two about bacon and beer.


All of our events are all inclusive! From the moment you walk into the park, it's all about the experience, and not about opening up your wallet."

Chick'n Fix featured on!

Many thanks to Seattle Food Truck for coming out to try Chick'n Fix! See their write-up below or directly on their website here. As mentioned in the article, stay tuned for our updated menu which includes new items (coming to the website soon!).

Get your Fix!

Rewind back to last weekend: Rainy day, Seattle grayness, Stoup Brewing, and in definite need of some food truck therapy. Enter: Chick’n Fix!

First, their logo is awesome. Like something from a movie. No wonder their at comicon this weekend!

We decided to try EVERYTHING!

Well, almost everything. The combo plate is really the way to go. You get to try a little of everything, then you can go back and get more of what you liked best.

First up – the chicken strips. These are NOT from a box! Big, juicy pieces of white meat with crispy, spicy breading. Everything at Chick’n Fix has a bit of a kick, so if you’re into spice, you won’t be disappointed.

Then we have their bola bola. They compare them to fried mac n’ cheese, but to me, they bring back thoughts of being on the streets of Italy eating arancini (crispy Italian rice balls). Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, the creamy concoction of rice and minced chicken, all spiced up and rolled in breadcrumbs. Simply decadently delicious!

Next up is the lumpia. The combo comes with two, and they are stuffed full of seasoned ground chicken and veggies. Again, they have a kick. By this time your mouth will be tingling all over with happiness!

All dishes are served up with either a big helping of garlicy fries or with brown rice salad. We opted for the fries and they were delicious! Thin, crispy, and garlic for days!

Two words: Crazy Wings.

We were lucky to be there on the day they were testing items for their new menu (DEBUTING THIS WEEKEND!) These are some of the best wings we’ve had on wheels. Crunchy on the outside, dripping with super spicy crazy sauce — a nice sweet heat. We’ve heard they’ll also offer a buffalo sauce on the new menu. Highly recommended!

We were so taken by the dishes themselves we forgot to pick up sauces — if they are anything like the food, they are not to be missed! Choices include Chick’n Fix Sauce (highly recommended!), Banana Ketchup, Sweet Chili Sauce, and Hickory Smoke BBQ Sauce.

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Emerald City Comicon

Come join us at Emerald City Comicon 2015! 

The Emerald City Comicon is an annual comic book and pop culture convention that takes place in beautiful downtown Seattle, Washington. Started in 2003 and originally taking place at CenturyLink Stadium (formerly Qwest Field), ECCC changed venue to its current home at the Washington State Convention Center in 2008. In 2011, the show expanded to become a three-day event. 2012 marked the beginning of our second decade of existence.

The show is an all-ages event for fans of pop culture! We have a diverse array of exhibitors, guests, artists, writers, gaming, programming, Q&As, workshops and much more for attendees to enjoy!

If that isn't enough for your senses, there are also exhibits from major companies showcasing their latest products and the largest retailer area in the Pacific Northwest where you will find all kinds of unique and limited items. These are just some of the many reasons why you should come experience Emerald City Comicon for yourself!

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