AB Road Eats: Seattle


COFFEE

Slate Coffee: If there’s a fourth wave of coffee, Slate is it. I had a fantastic pour over here.

Milstead and Co.: Because two coffees are better than one. Thanks for the macchiato, Milstead. Good coffee and a great space too. Be sure to visit the Troll up the street.

LUNCH

Beecher’s Handmade Cheese: I really enjoy cheese and I absolutely love the cheese curds at Beecher’s. This time I also tried their famous grilled cheese and mac and cheese. There’s a reason this establishment always has a line.

Paseo: The best bite I had in Seattle goes to a sandwich hut called Paseo. The line was down the block. Literally. If you know you won’t have the time, call ahead and order the Caribbean Roast sandwich (pork shoulder coated in Paseo’s marinade and slow-roasted). I’m still thinking about it.

SWEETS

Top Pot Doughnut: Good coffee and doughnuts. I enjoyed the apple fritter and the logo (took home a bunch of gear).

 

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  1. 1
    Dave

    Check out Windy City Pie in Interbay. Even if you think you don’t like deep dish pizza, this pizza will convert you. It got voted best pizza in Seattle and Kenji says it’s the best Chicago-style in the country.

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    Troy

    +1 for George’s in Kirkland!! A local institution that has been cranking out great food for over 40 years now! The Eggs Karkinagri is a cool twist on the traditional Eggs Benny, and the Gyritos on the dinner menu are very tasty!!

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    Kathy Sondheim

    So many great places!! George’s In Kirkland has amazing omelette selection and the Greek Eggs Benedict is incredible!! Roxy’s Diner and the High Life in Seattle are another two great places for breakfast/brunch!! Tat’s Deli has an outrageous pastrami on rye!! Then there’s Napkin Friends for an incredible latke sandwich with so many choices!! Enjoy!!

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