Kebabs by Afella Jollof Catering

Come by for safe takeout and outdoor dining!

Spice Bridge is located in Tukwila Village at 14200 Tukwila International Blvd. Suite 141, Tukwila, WA 98168. We’re just north of Tukwila Library; free parking is available in the lot between Spice Bridge and the library.

We’re open:

  • Tuesday-Saturday: 11am-8pm
  • Sunday: 10am-5pm
  • Monday: Closed

Food Stall Vendors 

Eight vendors offer delicious foods and beverages: 

Afella Jollof Catering | Gambian/Senegalese cuisine
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
takeout and delivery via Square | brought to your door by Cherry Picked | gift cards | owner Q&A

Jazze’s | organic Afghan-American fusion cuisine
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
brought to your door by Cherry Picked | gift cards | owner Q&A
*Please note that Jazze’s is temporarily closed through Mar. 5

Moyo Kitchen | Somali-Kenyan-Tanzanian fusion cuisine
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
takeout via Square| brought to your door by Cherry Picked | gift cards | owner Q&A

Seatango | Argentinian meals and pastries
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
takeout and delivery via Square | brought to your door by Cherry Picked |delivery via DoorDash | gift cards | owner Q&A

Taste of Congo | Congolese cuisine
Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday
takeout via Square| gift cards | owner Q&A

Theary Cambodian Foods | Cambodian/Khmer cuisine
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
takeout via Square | brought to your door by Cherry Picked | gift cards | owner Q&A

Wengay’s Kitchen | Filipino cuisine
Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday
menu | gift cards | owner Q&A

WUHA | fast Ethiopian-American cuisine
Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday
sample menu | gift cards | owner Q&A

*Jazze’s is temporarily closed through Mar. 5. A great lineup of global food businesses will hold popups at their stall.

If you’re interested in becoming a vendor, read more about our Food Business Incubator.

Spice Bridge Vendors in the News

Check out our roundup of recent features about Spice Bridge vendors, including stories from the Seattle Times, Forbes, Seattle Refined, and KIRO 97.3. Read our press release, and contact Denise Miller for media inquiries.

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About the ProjectColorful illustration of Food Hall customers, entrepreneurs and food

Food businesses have traditionally been a way for many striving immigrants and low-income families to gain an economic foothold. However, skyrocketing real estate and rental rates are making it difficult for these entrepreneurs to access commercial kitchen and restaurant spaces in South King County.

Spice Bridge provides the space and support to help these entrepreneurs launch and scale to successful local businesses. Spice Bridge will also provide a community hub—a space where people can gather to learn about and celebrate the community’s rich food traditions—when it is safe to open for indoor dining.

The 2,800-square-foot facility includes a commercial kitchen with four cook stations, four food retail stalls, and a community dining area. The space accommodates up to 20 food businesses that either rent retail stalls in the public dining area, or use the kitchen for off-site sales, such as catering and farmers markets.

Spice Bridge allows for expansion of FIN’s Food Business Incubator pilot program, which provides services including subsidized rent at a shared commercial kitchen, permit assistance, market channel development, and other business supports.

In addition to helping to create economic security for business owners and their families, Spice Bridge helps build food security in our community. The space supports FIN’s Tukwila Village Farmers Market, which makes fresh, local produce affordable and accessible for community members. Spice Bridge is also utilized for FIN’s community meals program, which has provided more than 8,000 no-cost meals for seniors and families in need.  

Spice Bridge is located in Tukwila Village, a new mixed development with 400 new affordable and market-rate apartments managed by Sustainable Housing for Ageless Generations (SHAG), a nonprofit organization. 

Capital Campaign

Building out the facility and installing kitchen equipment has cost about $850,000.

Communities of Opportunity and the Port of Seattle have provided support in the pilot testing, pre-construction needs, and program expansion. Taxpayers of Washington State contributed $392,000 from the state’s capital budget to support the project; the budget request was sponsored by Sen. Bob Hasegawa, and supported by dozens of local businesses, nonprofit organizations, and community leaders. 

We’ve secured about 90 percent of our fundraising goal, and now we need your help. We have launched a capital campaign to help raise the remaining funds. Would you like to support Spice Bridge? We invite you to:

  • Make a gift online – donations of any size are welcomed.
  • Join our crowdfunding campaign and help us spread the word.
  • Contact us about naming opportunities – the new food stalls, kitchen, children’s play area, and “It Takes a Village” donor appreciation wall present opportunities to recognize contributors.
  • Participate in our community art project – community portraits and other art installations grace the space.

To learn more and get involved, please contact FIN Program Director Kara Martin: kara@foodinnovationnetwork.org.

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