by EverOut Staff
The thermostat has dipped and rainy fall weather is upon us, which can only mean one thing: It’s soup season. As all Seattleites know, the best way to survive the dreary cold is to curl up with a steaming bowl of something hot and comforting, preferably with some crusty bread on the side for dipping. Below, we’ve gathered a selection of life-giving broths and stews that will have you muttering “Good soup” to yourself. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide.
Stranger contributor Jenn Campbell wrote, “You can get yourself fed—with one of the city’s best bowls of pho, no less—from the morning till the wee hours at this stylish Vietnamese mini-chain, with locations in Capitol Hill, South Lake Union, and U Village. That pho is lovingly, expensively crafted (the oxtail broth takes a full 24 hours to prepare), as are the rest of the noodle soups, protein-laden vermicelli bowls, and street-food-inspired small plates, like fried frog’s legs and grilled lemongrass beef skewers.”
Capitol Hill, South Lake Union, University Village
Pickup, delivery, dine-in