We are in love with a Tacoma soup counter called Infinite Soups. It’s such good food, it’s hard not to lick the last traces of soup from the container. I imagine their soup is the perfect lunch for the downtown Tacoma worker. Since we don’t live or work close enough, we use every visit to Tacoma as an excuse to pick up some soup.
Since there is no seating, we use any dry day in Tacoma as an excuse for a soup picnic. Luckily, Wright Park is just up the street.
They post their daily soup picks on Facebook (in creamy and non-creamy options that contain meat as well as vegetarian and vegan). There are so many choices it can be hard to choose, but they are generous with the samples.
We have never sampled a flavor we didn’t like.
potato green chile
Wright Park has been around since 1890.
It’s full of some of our favorite trees.
Late fall means naked trees showing off their woody skeletons, or in this case revealing giant seed pods, perhaps?
No 19th century park is complete without lions.
strawberry rum ball & valhalla brownie
And if you need dessert, Corina Bakery is just around the corner.