Grubbing down on some cuisine from other countries can often be exciting and interesting, but not everyone can afford to trek all across the globe, sampling national dishes. Let’s face it, most people can’t make it a habit to travel just for ethnic eats. Luckily Seattle is saturated with awesome chow from all over the world. A recent German food invasion has caught Seattle Magazine‘s eye, and they’ve got the hookup of the best places for wurst.

Brittany Allen of Seattle Magazine writes:

Seattle’s German-pub-loving Chris Navarra—owner of popular bier destinationsFeierabend and Prost!—is in good company these days. German hot spots are cropping up all over town, saving you a trek to Leavenworth (or Berlin) for German grub.

Don’t let the name fool you: The Wurst Place (510 Westlake Ave. N; 206.223.5528; may just be the best place for gourmet sausage—with about 25 kinds to choose from. Take a seat at the 21-foot-long wooden table to enjoy frites, bier and the occasional decorative gnome.

To read from Seattle Magazine on Seattle’s German Food Invasion, click here.

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