Bike Food Carts

Fueled by pedal power and, often, popsicles, these adventurous entrepreneurs brave the elements and big hills to bring their homemade off...
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Bikelava; Seattle

When she lived in Indonesia in the 1990s, Frosene Sacco loved the satay and black rice pudding vendors who operated by bike. Years later, after tiring of her work in bakeries, Sacco decided that she could emulate that business model in the US while sharing her Greek culinary culture—mostly the beloved baklava. And thus was born Bikelava. A full-time language teacher, on weekends Sacco runs Seattle’s first licensed pastry bicycle cart with her husband, John—“I bake it, my husband bikes it,” she says. Selling traditional walnut spice and chocolate hazelnut baklavas, Sacco embodies Bikelava’s motto: Live life. Bike. Eat baklava.

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