With the upcoming fall season fast approaching, no doubt you’ve started noticing the influx of seasonal fruits and vegetables hitting the supermarket shelves. Corn, the poster child of the fall season (and a kid favorite) is a must for your go-to dishes in the following months. But if you feel like adventuring out for a bite to eat, our friends at Seattle Magazine have the scoop on where to chow down on these crispy, savory little bites.

Kingfish Café
Surprisingly light and subtly peppery, made with local corn, a creamy bowl of CRAWFISH AND CORN CHOWDER, flanked by flaky crackers, will hit the sweet spot. $5.50 cup, $8.50 bowl. Capitol Hill, 602 19th Ave. E; 206.320.8757; thekingfishcafe.com

Michou
This FRESH CORN SALAD—a simple dish of corn, onions and tomatoes, seasoned with basil and drenched in lemony house-made dressing—sells out fast, so get in line early. $6.99/pound. Pike Place Market, 1904 Pike Place; 206.448.4758; michoudeli.com

Discover the rest of these corn treats over at Seattle Magazine.

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