Episode 101 - Dozfy (@dozfy/@dozfyworks)
On the 101st episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we chat with renowned Seattle artist, Dozfy. You probably have seen his artwork all around Seattle Restaurants via his menu art and through his murals all around Seattle. His #staystrong Seattle works on boards in business storefronts throughout the city can be found all over since the beginning of the shutdown. Tune in as we discuss how he got started, the whole team behind Dozfy, his latest projects, and what's in store for the upcoming future.
Also on the show, they Monica and Nelson talk about Jack's BBQ's upcoming Online Training Class on Saturday, August 22nd. Learn how to trim and smoke meats just the way Jack's BBQ does it. Tickets are on sale at Eventbrite.com. They also each received a delivery from Sip and Smile Tea, a new business opening up on August 25th. Listen in as we recap some of their drink offerings and sandwiches. Finally, they finish their weekly recap by picking up their August Dessert Boxes from Bells Pastries at Champion Wine Cellar over the weekend.
In addition, Monica and Nelson didn't get a chance to talk about where they ate last week, so they made up for it on this episode. Nelson picked up a ramen and sushi kits from Orenji Noodles and Sushi in Issaquah. He also ate with friends at Mezzanotte, Cookies Country Chicken inside Sneaky Tiki, and Mean Sandwich in Ballard. He also picked up takeout from Ocha Kitchen and Bar.
Meanwhile, Monica checked out the Brunchbox Pop-up operating out of Opus Co., visited Nutty Squirrel in Magnolia, ate lunch at Zoey's Fried Chicken Sandwiches and King Noodle, and got takeout from Kona Kitchen in Maple Leaf.
Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast.