Hot cakes. They're no longer just what that weird guy in your building keeps calling your girlfriend, thanks to My Sweet Little Cakes, a bright orange trailer serving up made-from-scratch hotcakes-on-a-stick on Cap Hill.
MSLC's fondness for '50s kitsch extends to the trailer's graphics, the owners' sock-hop-appropriate outfits and, as you can see, the mid-century-inspired postcards they're slinging from the window
Kick things off harder than 2006 Roger Levesque with this free range chicken & waffle w/ maple butter.
If you don't like maple butter, that's ludicrous, but perhaps you'll enjoy the cornbread, cheddar, jalapeño, & cilantro, or the beer & hickory smoked bacon w/ maple syrup
And once you've gotten dinner out of the way, stuff your face with something sweet like the red velvet buttermilk, dark cherry, & sweet cream cheese option, then expect no one to call you anything but "heavyset" or "big boned" for a long, long while.
1. My Sweet Lil Cakes
1208 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
This food truck doles out hotcakes on sticks, using batter made from scratch and fresh ingredients to create its sweet, savory and specialty treats. Stop by and find out why these homegrown hotcakes are selling like, well, you get the idea.