Saturday, July 30, 2011

Smith - Seattle, WA

The night before I left on the trip (see post below), we went to dinner at our favorite gastropub Smith to get one last American meal in before heading to Asia where we'll predominantly be having Asian food for the next month - no complaints here, but we jump at any opportunity to go to Smith since we love it so much, we're practically Mr. and Mrs. Smith.. plus we always get VIP parking right outside which is always a reaffirming sign that this is our go-to spot.

Taxidermy. Chill yet bustling vibe. The garage door was open on this warm summer night and let in a lot of natural light.

Sweet corn and Dungeness crab salad with butter lettuce and Fresno chili vinaigrette.

Fries with cheese curds and gravy. The most amazing poutine ever, we get it every time, and they recently added a "add short rib" option so we had to try that.

Mac and cheese with English peas, celery, bacon, and parmesan.

We usually also get the hanger steak salad and a couple cocktails/local beers but decided to go a little lighter and stop by Full Tilt after for our favorite salted caramel ice cream. Just loading up on all the comfort foods to remind us of home when we're halfway across the world.

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23 comments:

  1. Have a great trip Carolyn!

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  2. The wall is a bit creepy though! ;D
    xxx

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  3. Looks so yummy and i love the photo with all the birds on the wall!
    xxx

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  4. salivating...
    omg everything looks delicious, and that salted caramel ice cream sounds awesomeeee~
    loading up on faves is a good way to go :)
    xoxo Diana

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  5. Hi There! Thank you for stopping by and commenting on Bravoe Runway! Your trip sounds amazing, I've not been back to Asia in 20 yeras! Have fun and just saw the tweet on the shoes! How fantastic that the 38s are fitting you!

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  6. Nice blog!I love travelling and discovering new things as well!Your style is great too!

    www.fashionsketchbook.blogspot.com

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  7. The foods look so so yummy :) Make me hungry!

    crunchy cheese me

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  8. Such beautiful photos! The food quite literally makes me hungry.

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  9. Hey, thanks for your comment, you have a very nice blog, would you like to follow each other? <3

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  10. Yummy stuff! Lovely resto ambience.
    xoxo,
    LoveSkinBest

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  11. I still have yet to try poutine! I don't know how I feel about cheese curds haha, they seem so weird. But a short ribs option is pretty awesome.

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  12. Yum everything looks great! Hope you are having a fantastic time!

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  13. oohh lovely! want to try the poutine badly! thanks for dropping by my blog! you must definitely try DTF's truffle xiaolongbao and City'super's greentea and hokkaido ice cream! City super is a supermarket and can be found easily. Enjoy your trip here in Asia! :) btw, i absolutely love your style! followed:) xoxo
    http://theclassycroissant.blogspot.com

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  14. I'm definitely hitting up this spot soon.

    Fellow Seattlite. Have fun across waters.

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  15. P.S. You've got to post how you're donning your new red bottoms <3

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  16. yummy photos! and salted caramel ice cream is my favorite :) I'm sure the trip is going to be amazing!

    <3 Alison
    alisonscampusfashion.blogspot.com

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  17. the food makes me very hungry........... looks amazing!

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    Miss Kwong

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  18. Damn. It is way too early for me to be looking at this food. My stomach's gurgling now :( feeeed meee.

    Such is the magic of Photoshop my friend. How do you know I'm not a 4'11" redhead in real life? Skin correcting is nothing!

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  19. looove the artwork in this place xx

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  20. wow this place looks so damn cool. and the food looks equally amazing too.

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  21. The wall hangings look awesome with the opened roller doors Perth. I bet the food is as awesome as it looks, too.

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Thank you for commenting!
Love, Carolyn