Looking for some no-fail Seattle eateries/drinkeries? Why not try my faves? You won’t be disappointed.
1902 Pike Pl.
(Delish coffee and perfectly French pastries)
2001 4th Ave.
(Take-out bakery. Try the traditional rolls or shortcake biscuit for breakfast)
B & O Espresso
204 Belmont Ave. E.
(Much more than just espresso)
1401 E. Madison St.
703 E. Pike St.
(Nice, but small, place to hang out)
7311 Aurora Ave. N.
(Smokey with great breakfasts. Don’t forget to bring your artistic abilities)
1808 E. Madison
(Superb French cuisine. Pricey. The complete opposite of Beth’s)
2332 2nd Ave.
(It’s a bar. No food. Try the Roulette made with vodka and basil leaves)
2124 5th Ave.
(Super delicious coffee and some yummy doughnuts to go with)
La Bottega Italiana
1425 1st Ave.
(THE best house made gelato and rich and creamy hot chocolate)
Hot Mama’s Pizza
700 E. Pine St.
(New York-Style anytime pizza)
1600 Post Alley
(Nice prix fixe menus)
The People’s Pub
5429 Ballard Ave. NW
(German fare. Ya just gotta try the fried pickles)
5410 Ballard Ave. NW
(Mmmmmieng kahm. For a cool party twist, rent the Opium Den for a mere $300)
Taste of India
5517 Roosevelt Way NE
(The best Chicken Tikka Masala I’ve ever tasted)
One Reply to “Seattle Digs”
Julesy posts a list of her favorite Seattle eateries, including coffee shops, pizza places, bakeries, Indian, and, for those times when you feel a need to dispose of some excess money, Rover’s. I know about half the places on her list, and based on tho…