For cannabis connoisseurs and the occasional marijuana users alike, many quality highs are followed by high quality food. Whether you prefer pizza, french fries, gyros or anything else, Seattle has many options to cure your munchies. Next time you’re looking for some late night food in our city, consider one of these great options:
If you’re looking for high quality Tex-Mex in West Seattle, look no further. From tasty tacos, to savory soups, hearty burritos and much more, The Matador has a lot of great options for a decent price. They also feature Happy Hour specials including Quesadillas and Nachos Grande for $5 and $1.50 street tacos from 4-6 pm and 10 pm-1 am daily.
If you’re really hungry at any time of the day, Beth’s is the place to go. Located in the Greenwood neighborhood on 73rd and Aurora, this eatery is open 24/7 and will not disappoint. Some of their options include hash browns, burgers, and their famous 12 egg omelette, as well as a variety of beverage and dessert options. This cafe has been a staple in Seattle since 1954 and was ranked one of the Food Network’s “Top 5 Big Breakfasts.”
From classic cheese pizzas, to meat lovers, to chicken ranch and more, A Pizza Mart is another great late night dining option in Seattle and neighboring areas. With four locations, online ordering and delivery until 1:30 a.m., this is a great choice you won’t even have to leave your home for. If you are looking to dine in store, most locations have a full bar and great pitcher and pizza deals throughout the night.
Many people think of fries or pizza when they’re looking to cure the late night munchies, but if you haven’t tried late night Chinese food, you’re missing out. Seattle’s International District is full of great eateries, and Jade Garden, open until 2:30 a.m., is one of the best. Located on 7th Avenue South, Jade Garden has top notch Spring Rolls, Wontons, several fried rice dishes, and some of the best tasting dim sum on this side of the Pacific.
Close your eyes and picture a giant platter of waffle fries covered in melted cheese, bacon bits, ketchup, and ranch. That’s just the tip of the iceberg of what Earl’s has to offer. For decades, University of Washington students and everyone else in the area has flocked to Earl’s for their late night cravings. Their weekly deals including five dollar PBR pitchers and late night $1.00 slices of pizza make this fine establishment hard to beat.
For cannabis consumers of all kinds, late night highs can be incomplete without great food too. Please consume responsibly!
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