In the back corner of Rachel’s Ginger Beer at University Village is a little counter serving a condensed version of Ma’ono Fried Chicken’s menu - spicy chicken sandwiches, chicken fingers, salads, fries, and macaroni with a kimchi-infused cheese sauce. Grab lunch here in the middle of your U-Village shopping trip, or come for a quick dinner at the end of it all.
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Agua Verde Cafe
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Rachel’s Ginger Beer University District
Rachel’s Ginger Beer in the University District serves housemade sodas, as well as fried chicken from Ma’Ono.
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Ma’ono Fried Chicken & Whisky
Ma’Ono is a Hawaiian-Southern-Korean fusion restaurant in West Seattle with ridiculously good fried chicken. Get the corn too and come with a crowd.
B’s Po Boy
B’s Po Boy is a New Orleans-themed restaurant in West Seattle with a great fried shrimp sandwich (but some other dishes we don’t like as much).
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