If you’re a stoner, or even if you aren’t, there’s reason to celebrate: Seattle Food Truck Winter Feast is coming, this Sunday, December 11th from 10am-4pm.
Back by popular demand, for the third year in a row, it’s also been dubbed the Seattle Street Food Festival or the Winter Feast Holiday Bazaar. But whatever you want to call it, it’s all good, just be sure to sharpen your appetite and get ready to nosh it up. As if we need to remind you, don’t fail to remember to burn one beforehand for best results. Blunt, bowl, bong rips, whatever your inclination is, you’ll be mad at yourself later for failing to get high first. And who can help better but Greenwood’s own Have A Heart, the best little weed shop in Seattle?
To get properly hungry, we recommend you try Medi-Haze with high CBD content, which also keeps you clear-headed and tingly. If you want to stay cognizant and have your wits about you, Medi-Haze comes highly recommended.
Here’s what to know about Seattle Food Truck Winter Feast:
You’ll have access to more than 20 food trucks, street food vendors and local shops, so you might as well knock a few more people off your shopping list. And shopping or doing just about anything stoned just makes life that much more, shall we say, interesting. So we have a few other weed and food pairings for you from the Seattle Food Truck Winter Feast lineup:
- Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonades of Kirkland — pairs nicely with Forbidden Farms Hawaiian Sugar Cookie
- Otto Donut — pair with Acapulco Gold
- The Puds — pair with Dirty Girl
- Anchor End Pretzel Shop — pair with Easy Rider
- The Biscuit Box — pair with Ewok Sun Grown
- Afghan Delicious — pair with Grandaddy Purple
- My Sweet Lil’ Cakes — Head Cheese with 24.4% THC and .2% CBD
- NOSH — Seattle’s Private Reserve of Legalized OG
- Wicked Good Grinders — Pineapple Skunk
But remember, there are no losers at this Greenwood pot shop! See for yourself at the Have A Heart Greenwood Marijuana Menu
Seattle Food Truck Winter Feast takes place at Fremont Sunday Market at 3410 Evanston Ave. N. Seattle, Washington 98103, Sunday, December 11th.