Apparently, professional basketball player Nate Robinson has a fried chicken and waffles restaurant. Add that to the list of things you learned today. This place serves comfort food in a picnic table-lined space with a big mural of the Seattle skyline. You’ll want to stick with the spicy boneless strips, waffles, and the alfredo-like mac and cheese. Pair it all with many containers of maple aioli, ranch, honey chipotle sauce, and pitchers of Bodhizafa while you take in the truly awesome playlist of Betty Who remixes.
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