Some folks love sweet things and others favor savory bites. Either way these Seattle rooms can get you what you need.
An apt name for a family run resto whose exceptional lentil soup and chicken doner kebab will keep you coming back for more.
Order the chocolate fudge or bittersweet hazelnut cake. And why not take a friend since the portions are large enough to share?
Great off the beaten path bakery with generous portions and good prices. Friendly staff is a plus.
Tea and a little something sweet for me is what brings me to this sunny little spot. Don't miss the green tea & azuki red bean pound cake.
Home to both one of the best pain de campagnes and pretzels in the city this bakery is a don't miss!
The tortas and tacos are standard fare but the roasted chicken is what makes this spot worth a drive across town.
Garden fresh salads, wonderful antipastas and an excellent variety of wood-fired Roman street pizza means this Ethan Stowell venture is firing on all cylinders. Handmade pastas don't miss a beat either.
Perfectly roasted chicken paired with perfectly golden fries makes me think it's a good thing I don't live closer. I mean you can't live on chicken and taters alone -- even if you might like too.
The best thing about this cheery cafe is the large selection of house-made baked goods including some killer baguettes.
Beacon Hill scored big when they became home to this charming neighborhood joint which serves up wood-fired pies, small plates and seasonal salads. Get there early (they don't take reservations) and don't miss out on the grilled octopus with heirloom peperonata--a bargain at just 10 bucks.
Bright room with beautiful baked goods sought after by some of the best chefs in town. Nice sandwiches and soups available as well.
Fruit tarts, napoleons, pain au chocolate--it's all good at this off the beaten path Eastlake bakery that excels at satisfying your sweet tooth.
Takeaway and table service are both solid at the only Chinese bakery on Cap Hill. Suprisingly they also have a bar menu and a well priced happy hour.
The savory items are solid but the real reason to drop by this bakery is TDR's heralded coconut creme pie.
This moody room serves high end Middle Eastern fare from an open kitchen. Grab a bite at the takeaway window, a seat at the communal table for the best view of the action or sink into one of the comfortable booths in back and order the bateresh, the fried cauliflower or any of the grilled or roasted meats and you'll be glad you did..
Ethan Stowell's newest venture is next door to his much lauded Anchovies & Olives. The room is sleek & lively and plays host to the 'see and be seen' crowd of CapHill as well as those looking for a casual evening of pies, porchetta and lambrusco. Don't miss the salumi boards, roasted vegetables or the bruschetta with talleggio & roasted grapes or chickpeas, rapini and anchovy.
Vistit during happy hour 4:00 p.m - 6:00 p.m.to score 1/2 off all pizzas and beer and wine specials.
A lovely room, beautiful well priced food and attentive service make this family ran gem the go to for Lebanese meals in Seattle.