Best phở in Seattle. Maybe. Don't know really. Who cares, just eat it. Circa 1982
Come with your hangover.
#phochay at the #boat. Come in #vegetarians! We love you, we want you. 😉#phoshop #pho #seattleeats #seattlegood #feedme #vietfood
The boat is now serving #phochay Veggie Pho! Yay! #dykon based broth with tofu,broccoli and carrots. #yum. #fortheloveofvegetarians #phoshop #seattleeats #seattlefood #vietfood #pho
[02/06/17] Happy snow day!! All Pho Bac Location are open for your pho fix! Come!
Happy #lunarnewyear The Lucky Dog joined the #maneki pack at Pho Bac DT. Give me lots of money and funny, sarcastic customers this year please!
#womxnsmarch #immigrants #ethnicommunity
Loving the vibe in the city. So #united and #peaceful. Let's not forget that all of humanity wants security, love and happiness in a fair system.
Let's continue to boldly march daily to combat racial, gender, religious, sexual discrimination and inequality. Here are a few suggestions on how can we better practice inclusivity in 2017:
1) Make sure to have a diverse representation of the community at the table. There is no shortcut. This needs to be the first step and is the only way to ensure that agendas, policies, and activities are inclusive and reflect the needs of the whole community. Often, activities are planned according one particular worldview and reality and then others are “invited” to join only as an afterthought or when it’s pointed out.
2) Be proactive in making structural and systemic changes. Don’t wait for complaints or tragedy to happen before policies are changed and needed resources are provided. Be proactive in critically reviewing current policies, practices, and system structures to see if they are relevant and supportive of all those in the community.
3) Hold yourself and your community leaders accountable. A Racial and Social Justice Toolkit is an impressive start but useless if people don’t use it. A more inclusive community will require more time, input, and guts to reassess and reprioritize limited resources. Accountability measures need to be in place to ensure that people do the hard work of following important initiatives like the Racial and Social Justice Toolkit.
Cô Minh has been with us for over 15 years perfecting the #broth #nướcsúp. She looks divine and so cute #dểthương in her day to day grind..
#phobac #pho #littlesaigon #OG #seattlefood #seattleeats #comfortfood #myfab5
#testkitchen You all ready for some house made #creampuffs?? Sticking with the classic vanilla custard and playing around with #cafesữađá and #pandan flavors because all we want to do is "cream" you. #haha #vietsweets #phoshop #phobac #ngọt #trángmiệng #bánhchoux
A new taste of Asian/Thai fusion
Join the 'Ohana, feel the Aloha in Seattle.
The creators of Tamarind Tree Restaurant are pleased to bring you Long Provincial Vietnamese Restaurant, a new experience in downtown Seattle.
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Thai Restaurant in Lower Queen Anne
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