Fou Lee Market and Deli; my parents and grandparents have been buying groceries for foreign dishes here for years!
Seattle’s Filipino Influence
Top: The Filipino Community Center aka the Filipino after party spot (I’m probably going to have my wedding reception here).
Bottom: A Bridge named after Filipino Nationalist Jose Rizal.
A Sea-town staple! HANDS. DOWN. BEST FRIED CHICKEN EVER.
The Poly community has had a big influence in the South Seattle area. The Poly Deli gives us a slice of the Island Life in the rainy city.
A taste of Mexico
Left: Taco trucks can be found everywhere now, this one was one of the first in the South Seattle area.
Right: La Lucha Sigue “The struggle continues”, words appropriate for people living in the South End.
The locally famous Darigold Mural found in the heart of the South End, need I say more?
Located south of the downtown Seattle, stretching south all the way to the city line is the community of South Seattle. Within this little pocket are Seattle’s Rainier Valley and surrounding neighborhoods, which have been recognized as the most racially, culturally, and economically diverse area in the nation.
-Ariel-Kenneth Dollente Lozano