As you can see from our menus, Lincoln South Food Hall brings food inspired by many different countries in a variety of restaurants, all in 1 convenient place: from Japanese ramen and Chinese bao at Fat & Feathers, to French croque-madames at Baguette Epicerie, to Mexican carne asada and street tacos at Barrio Luchador.
And since all these restaurants are in 1 place, you can easily get meals derived from different countries and mix and match them. So you can have Hawaiian-influenced ZICO Coconut Water from Avo-Poké with Italian-inspired cheese boards from Crosta E Vino or Mexican sodas with French avocado toast.
Because Lincoln South Food Hall uses recipes from such a variety of countries, we thought it’d be cool to compare the Seattle time zone with time zones from countries that inspired our various restaurants.
We also compare Seattle, Washington with Bellevue, Washington. Even though they’re in the same time zone, they are distinct cities, a 15-minute drive away from each other — and we wouldn’t want you to get confused and mix up where Lincoln South is.
Now you can add, “compare local time with other places” to the list of fun things to do in Seattle.