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Come get your fix on fourth avenue outside city hall on Saturday, March 8 from 11:30am to 1:30pm! (map)
"From March 5-9 join us to celebrate all things waterfront. This series of events will reveal the newest design progress, share an insider's look at how to build a seawall and get us all talking about opportunities for art, design and play on the waterfront and beyond.
From 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM we'll have Seattle-based food trucks Chick'n Fix and Jemil's Big Easy. They'll be located just outside City Hall on Fourth Avenue. Come hungry!"
"Haunting West Seattle and SoDo these days, Chick’n Fix is... um, fixing... all-star offerings like their "bola bola" chicken balls, rosemary fries, lumpia (fried filipino egg rolls), and more."
"Despite having more Filipinos than Vietnamese, Chinese, or Japanese people, Seattle continues to keep the great Filipino food hidden. There are a few food trucks working to change that, to introduce lumpia and its friends to the food-loving masses. Chick’n Fix has a small, simple menu serving a few things that can be found at other Filipino trucks (Big Boys, Lumpia World, Leilani’s Lumpia Land), such as the fried pork eggroll-esque lumpia, fried chicken, and of course rice. But there’s also the bola bola: a deep-fried, breaded, meatball, exuding steam, spices, and warmth from the inside out, conjuring up feelings of comfort no matter what type of food Grandma made, and available only at Chick’n Fix."
"Everything chicken, West Seattle and SoDo"