Veteran Seattle food truck Off the Rez, which specializes in Native-inspired dishes and is known for its famous fry bread and Indian tacos stuffed with fillings like chili and barbecue pulled pork, has opened a brick-and-mortar cafe inside the new Burke Museum. According to Seattle Met, co-owner Mark McConnell believes it to be the first native-owned brick-and-mortar restaurant in Seattle. Guests can order the truck's classic menu items, plus coffee, breakfast, and dishes inspired by "indigenous and precolonial food."
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