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Spice Bridge: Seattle Food Destination for Travel-Hungry Families

Explore delicious global cuisines at this innovative food hall

Angelica Lai

Published on: February 11, 2022

Spice Bridge: Seattle Food Destination for Travel-Hungry Families

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Spice Bridge Food Hall food stalls where vendors rotate throughout the week. Credit: Angelica Lai

More global food options

Spice Bridge Food Hall vendors rotate throughout the week. Four more food stalls weren't open the Saturday we visited; time your visit to try the delicious options from these menus:

  • Afella Jollof Catering offers Gambian and Senegalese food on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
  • Wengay’s Kitchen will fill you up with traditional Filipino food on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays.
  • WUHA serves an often-changing menu of Ethiopian-American dishes Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

If you go…

Find it: Spice Bridge Food Hall is located in Tukwilla Village at 14200 Tukwila International Blvd., Suite 141, in Tukwila.

Hours: The food hall is open Tuesday–Saturday, 11 a.m.–8 p.m., and Sunday 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; closed Mondays. Note that four of the eight food vendors operate each day on a rotating schedule. If you have your heart set on trying a certain stall, check the days it's open.

Parking: There is free parking in the lot between Spice Bridge and the Tukwila Library.

Cost: Entrees cost about $8–$18; appetizers, sides and desserts run $3–$6.

Nearby fun:

  • Tukwila Village features some cool outdoor art, including a giant globe fountain.
  • Right next door, the Tukwila Library is back open, Tuesday–Saturday. Pick up some new reads or tune in from home for online storytimes.
  • Go for an after-lunch stroll at Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden (free admission), a peaceful gem just a 4-minute drive away.
  • When the season is right, check out the Tukwila Village Farmers Market, where families can buy fresh produce grown locally by refugees and immigrants; it's open Wednesday afternoons mid-June through mid-October.

Editor's note: This article was originally published in 2021 and updated for 2022.

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