Award winning chef: Tilth.
One of the first places in Seattle to serve organic, locally sourced food before it became chic. It has continued to provide excellently prepared dishes since it first opened in 2006. Despite its long history, I had
Maybe the best biscuit in Seattle: Marmite.
Hard to get a great biscuit in Seattle but this has to be one of the best. Made all the better by the halves being lightly toasted then loaded with a fabulous remoulade and
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Right on Main Street: Looking Glass Coffee.
Nice little spot with good espresso and inhouse made donuts! The espresso is on the dark and moody side with serious pulls so be ready for a stout drink.
When you are done with your
An old standby: Dahlia Bakery.
It's all about the triple coconut cream pie....for which they are famous but, they have a number of other great choices as well.
This time we skipped the pie...even though they make bite sized ones...and went with
New spot, old name: Uncle Lee's Kitchen.
It used to be located about a mile away but recently moved and reopened a few weeks ago at this site.
Same food as before. To haves: hot and sour soup....defines the dish in my
Artisan fast food pizza: MOD Pizza.
All made to order....from any of 30 toppings and in a pizza oven no less! It's Seattle based but they have over 300 locations around the US. So, if you are lucky enough to have
Beautiful spot: Farley Bar. Nice option versus the more formal restaurant across the hall….and much less “stuffy”. Started with the oysters…..made by the shallot mignonette; followed by the burrata with...