“Over a hundred years ago, my ancestors moved from Ireland to the tiny town called Ruston, which at the time was an enclave surrounded mostly by rural landscape, except for the copper smelter. Today this area blends into the rest of Tacoma city limits — on the North End of town. This part of the city has many cultural and tourism areas, including numerous waterfront parks, beautiful views of Puget Sound, and most importantly, an abundance of North End Tacoma restaurants.
There are four main eating areas of the North End of Tacoma — The Waterfront / Point Ruston, Proctor, Sixth Avenue, and the Stadium-District, near downtown. While great food options are plentiful, I’ve created a list of nine can’t miss locations that offer diverse culinary experiences in these four key districts.”Matthew Kessi — Kessi World