I had the chance to film a segment called “Cheap Eats Tacoma” with Saint Bryan on local nightly news magazine, Evening Magazine.
It was so much fun to be a part of, and I’m thankful for the opportunity.
Saint and I went to some of my favorite local eateries.
So where did we go?
First stop was MSM Deli, one of Tacoma’s treasures. Although they’re housed in what looks like a gas station, this family business pumps out some seriously good sandwiches. I did an earlier post on them here.
Next up was Vuelve a la Vida. Their authentic Mexican street food in a restaurant setting is a killer deal, and always super fresh and packed with flavor.
The last stop was Infinite Soups, a downtown Tacoma lunch staple. They have about 20 different soups daily, including vegan and gluten-free options. It’s a tiny hole in the wall, but it’s not to be missed.
For dessert, I sent Saint to Pao’s Donuts, another family business. Their donuts are guaranteed warm, amazing goodness, all for under $1.00 each.