National Pancake Week comes but once each year (in early March) but don't let that keep you from partaking in sweet and savory pancakes at these these fine places all year round.
Don Curtis and his team turn out contemporary Italian fare in this Ballard outpost. Order the buckwheat pancakes, lamb meatballs or crab ravioli.
The drawing room is perfect for special events such as film screenings.
I've been a dabbler my whole life. The Original Pancake House is my absolute opposite.While they do have a few other breakfast options their laser focus is on one thing, dutch babies, and I'm thankful it is. Arrive early to avoid the crowds.
I loved the first Joule and I love this sleek new Tiffany blue & navy room even more. Outstanding food & cocktails, attentive service, lots of seating options including a communal table and an outdoor fire pit paired with the warm hospitality of chef/owners Seif and Rachel will keep you coming back for more.
This lovely room serves up food to match. Don't miss the dutch babies, the sardine sandwich or the hand cut pasta.
Corned lamb mizuna salad, pork belly kimchi pancakes, short rib rice bowl, dan dan noodles, monkey bread, toasted barley iced tea, Wakatake Onikoroshi Nigori sake, order it all and thank me later. No reservations but worth the wait for lunch, brunch or dinner.
Burgers, fries, poutine, stacks of flap jacks, kale caesars, it's all good at this food truck gone bricks n' mortar on Cap Hill. A sunny room, upbeat service and a full bar seal the deal!
Great for dinner or brunch. Don't miss the meatballs and lovely salads. This is the new baby sister of their Ballard location.