Seattle >Food & Dining > Bacco
86 Pine St, Seattle, WA | Directions 9811847.609753 -122.341420
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Pike Place Market
Great brunch! – We went there recently for a brunch.
The food and coffee were delicious, their fresh juices are outstanding, and the service was meticulous! So happy to have found it!
Great Brunch – Best Mimosa in town! If you like fresh orange juice with a lot of Champagne in it, don't miss it. The staff has always been super friendly, efficient and helpful. The food is abondant, delicious and healthy.
Love sitting outside during the warm season even though I can understand how some people would be bothered by the street noise... Still, a very pleasant way to start the week-end.
What a Treat!! – So... upon the recommendation of my local barista, my girlfriend and I went to check out their new Happy Hour. It was great! We had some wine and looked over their appetizers. It all sounded great. We split the crab dip (the BEST!) and their take on a quesadilla (great flavor and nice to see something new on a menu.) The servers were sooo fun and attentive. The gal that waited on us knew her stuff. She made some suggestions for wine and other menu items. We were only going to drop in for a bite, but after 30 minutes we felt so settled in that we agreed to stay for dinner.
We lucked out on it also being a wine night (every Wednesday, I guess) and ordered a great italian red and enjoyed it with our dinners. I ate the chicken scampi and tried some of my friends steak. Both were very filling and had alot of great flavors. Her steak had this bleu cheese sauce that I wanted to get the recipe for. My scampi was a little salty (my only complaint) but mixed with the vegetables - it really had a kick.
We are going back again and again. Their patio is cool and definitely will be cause for some people watching during the summertime. Can't wait. Neither should you!!!!!
Looks nice, but.... – Prices are way too high for the quality of food. $10 for a lux bagel? $11 for a ham and cheese omelette that didn't even taste good? The only decent thing there was the young lady working who was very nice and helpful to my wife and I. I hate to not have much nice things to say, but the place is way too overpriced for food that doesn't even meet the bar, there is millions of other cafes in Seattle.
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