Nice breakfast spot: Feed Café
Nice space it what appears to have been a barn in times past. Very solid food described as artisan comfort...with large portions.....and with a few unique items, like shakshuka, as well.
Service was good. They also serve
Popular spot for breakfast: Little Star Diner.
It's fairly small and the wait can be long....45 minutes the morning we visited...but it is well worth the wait. This is another place where it appears that everything on the menu is good.
Beer after the slopes: Beehive Basin Brewery.
A small microbrewery near the base at Big Sky offering some unique brews. The Mother's Milk Stout on nitro was very good and worth a try even if you don't like stouts. Very smooth
It's downtown: Lola's.
I wanted an experience off the strip and this is not only off the strip but offers an off the strip food experience as well....think NOLA in Vegas.
Nice selection of typical food including oysters....very good, gumbo...just ok, shrimp
Hard to come up for air: Deep Dive.
For sure the most unique bar in Seattle.
It's located below the Amazon Spheres and has the feel of a dark undersea grotto. The vibe is amplified by abstract representations of the hulls of
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Vegan bakery: BRED.
This is one of those places that shows you what can be done if you know how to do it....100% plant based bakery. While I didn't try everything, what I did have (sourdough raisin cinnamon bun) was excellent. I'd