Introducing the International District to the unorthodox pairing of wine and pho, highly anticipated Pho Bac Súp Shop restaurant and Vita Uva natural wine shop are now open at 1240 S Jackson St.Pho Bac, of course, is Seattle’s original pho producer, with locations in the ID, Rainier Valley, and Denny Triangle serving a concise menu of delicious Vietnamese noodle soups and banh mi sandwiches.
As is tradition, Eater closes out the year by surveying local food writers on various restaurant-related topics. Readers, please feel free to chime in with your own thoughts in the comments section below. Filipino food is ON FIRE!! Follow the Lahi Facebook page so you can find out about the regular pop-ups. You can taste the love in the calamansi-marinated bistek, the cold coconut pancit, and crispy pork adobo waffle.
The good news first: The International District’s first natural wine shop, Vita Uva, will open inside Pho Bac’s anticipated new Vietnamese restaurant, Súp Shop, after all. Vita Uva — translated literally as “life grapes” — will focus on wines that are made with much less intervention than conventional wines, leading to bold, unusual flavor expressions even from familiar grape varietals.
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