Eurasian fusion: Cook Weaver.
Reading about this place I was intrigued by the description of the food as well as the space. Apparently the building was built in 1930....wouldn't know it from the outside...and it housed a Russian Samovar.....tea room. The
Java and pastries: Broadcast Coffee.
This is the location of their roastery. They also have a couple more locations around the city.
The pastries were outstanding, in particular the Queen (their word play) Amann...one of the best I've had and highly recommended.
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
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...