restaurants in seattle

Li'l Woody Burgers


Li'l Woody's is an independent burger restaurant located in Ballard, Capitol Hill, White Center, and South Lake Union. Their beef is grass fed from Painted Hills in Oregon. You can create your own burger, and they have meat substitutes and other sandwiches too. Their buns are handcrafted in Tacoma, WA, their fries are made from WA grown potatoes, and their shakes use Full Tilt ice cream.

Word of caution if you are sensitive to dairy and don't eat Canola oil

they use butter to cook their meat in and Canola oil to cook their fries.



Homegrown's mission is to reduce environmental impact, craft the best food, provide exceptional service and cultivate their people.

They also started Homegrown Sprouting Farms, their very own certified organic farm in Woodinville, WA. The farm supports their stores with local, hyper-seasonal, organic produce. 

Tigerly Ox - Vietnamese Eatery


Located in East Madison neighborhood of Seattle and coming soon to the Seattle Maple Leaf area this restaurant offers many Paleo dishes that taste delicious. 

Word of caution that they cook some of their food in Canola oil which is not healthy. 

Heartbeat Organic Superfoods Cafe


Located on Queen Anne, their food is plant-based: 100% gluten-free, dairy-free, and made with primarily raw and organic ingredients.  They offer juices, smoothies, salads, soups, warm grain bowls, pies, and more!  



Located on Capital Hill Chef John Sundstrom’s menu features locally-produced and organic cheese, charcuterie, vegetables, grains, fish, and meats, all prepared in season. They work with local artisans, farmers, and foragers to serve the best of each season. 

One word of caution is that they use a blend of vegetable oil and olive oil. 

Chaco Canyon


Located in Greenwood, West Seattle and Queen Anne they offer local and organic raw and vegan food and can accommodate gluten free, soy free and other allergen needs. 

online meal ordering

Paleo on the Go


Paleo on the Go is an online meal ordering and delivery service. The meals come in a box with dry ice and each meal is packed in plastic containers which is all recyclable. This can be a nice option for travelers and to stock your freezer for those weeks you know you won't have time to cook.