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Breakfast and Lunch Places Open on Thanksgiving Day

Lola will be open for sure, good for breakfast. It will be packed, so try to get a reservation if you decide to go there. The 5 Point will be open if you want my favorite chicken fried steak in town.

Nov 25, 2014
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A Walrus and the Carpenter sanity check

I've done this walk and it's not terrible. The #40 does indeed run along this route, carry $2.50 each in case you have enough of the industrial yacht views :)

If you were looking into microbrews, you might want to check out Brouwer's (http://brouwerscafe.com/draught.pdf) on the way. It happens to be across the street from a chocolate factory that you can tour, if you're into that type of thing (https://www.theochocolate.com/).

Nov 20, 2014
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Buffalo Chicken Wings

Cooper's Alehouse (Maple Leaf) <--good execution
The Attic (Madison Park) <--best sauce in town
Leny's (Green Lake) <--these are breaded, so kind of different
Yardhouse (Downtown) <--this is a chain but the wings are decent
Wingdome (Phinney Ridge) <--I think there's one in Kirkland?
Twilight Exit (Central District) <--they have two kinds!

Sorry all of mine are on the Seattle side of the lake. I rarely take that bus ride over the water. My buddy and I have a neverending quest for good chicken wings.

Nov 06, 2014
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Drinking and Eating in Ballard-Fremont area

If you wanted something really new you could pop into Tray, which opens tomorrow. Obviously I haven't been there yet but the menu looks really interesting and it's right in the ol' freeballing neighborhood.

Oct 30, 2014
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In Praise of Dives, or... Another One Bites the Dust

Nooooooooooo I used to live right next to there and basically used it as my living room.

Oct 30, 2014
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In Praise of Dives, or... Another One Bites the Dust

Bleachers has a long shuffleboard though! Actually, so do The Reservior and The Zoo so as long as we can keep those.

PS. Sorry for smoking under your window.

Oct 29, 2014
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What to bring back to Texas and restaurant recommendations (Capitol Hill, South Lake Union)??

I'll add products from Peek's Pantry and Britt's Pickles as local products to check out:
http://www.peekspantry.com/products.html
http://www.brittsliveculturefoods.com...

I keep pretty much all of PK's products on hand, and always get kimchi & kraut from Britt's.

Also as a note Salumi's meats are available (along with a ton of other great things) at DeLaurenti's in the Pike Place Market.

Along with PK's hibiscus soda there are a few great local ones:
http://rachelsgingerbeer.com/
http://www.seattleseltzer.com/

Checking out Cone & Steiner might be a good call too.
http://coneandsteiner.com/products/

The University District farmer's market is open year round
http://seattlefarmersmarkets.org/mark...

In Praise of Dives, or... Another One Bites the Dust

Oh you mean Old Earl's. I agree with you there. All of the old regulars migrated on to the Blue Moon or the Knarr or other dives.

I'm sad that they're closing (have closed? Haven't been by recently) Moon Temple, as well.

Oct 28, 2014
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In Praise of Dives, or... Another One Bites the Dust

Earl's on the Ave is still there. Or it was on Friday, at least.

The Streamline became my new home when I moved to LQA, so I hope it can maintain it's character after the move.

I would cry many tears if the Boxcar or the Blue Moon closed.

Oct 22, 2014
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20somethings in Seattle need recos!

Damn the Weather in Pioneer Square for drinks.

RIP Roslyn's Brick Tavern

Aw man! I stop for a bloody every time I go through (on your recommendation, I believe).

LOL at "Hell's Rotarians" though.

Sep 30, 2014
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Is Filipino food embarassing?

Lahi's next pop up is Oct 19th, FYI:

https://www.facebook.com/IrbilleEdibles

Sep 30, 2014
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Pioneer Square roundup

They've moved pretty quickly the two times I've been. I went early though, so I'm not sure about later. I loved both the potato topping and the fig & goat cheese topped pieces I've tried.

Sep 17, 2014
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suggestions for food & drink spots for a vegetarian and a non seafood fan

Revel in Fremont. Great food, lots of veg and non-seafood options. And since you're big belgian beer fans, go across the street to Brouwer's afterwards.

Sep 17, 2014
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Headed to Seattle and looking to eat!

WHAAAAAAAAAAT okay good to know that the Ballard location is open Sundays. To be perfectly honest I usually eat mine with my feet in the water at the secret beach :)

Headed to Seattle and looking to eat!

Salumi isn't open on weekends and Paseo is closed Sundays. They'll be busy on Saturdays, but a Havana Seared Scallop Sandwich (5-star heat) was always worth calling in when I lived a few blocks away in Fremont. The forecast looks pretty good for the weekend, so I would call in to the Shilshole location ahead, and pick up to go picnic at Golden Gardens. OR call the Fremont location and picnic in the Rose Garden by the Zoo.

Walrus & Carpenter doesn't take reservations, and there's usually a bit of a wait.

Sep 16, 2014
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Taking my daughter to Evergreen

There's a Taylor Shellfish location right by Seattle Center (where the EMP is located). http://tayloroysterbars.com/locations...

Sep 16, 2014
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Good BBQ in Seattle?

Not so fast... https://www.facebook.com/permalink.ph...

"Jack's BBQ will be closed for dinner this week and next , except for tonight and Roem Baur ticket holders this Saturday. Still open for lunch Tues-Sat. Need more cooks and floor staff!!!"

So I guess they've been busy, at least?

Sep 11, 2014
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Toronado

I've been to the SF location several times when visiting friends, and the San Diego location countless times when I lived within walking distance of it. The Seattle location is definitely bigger and fancier. I didn't try the food, but our bartender was very nice and knew his beer. I got to try a few things that I haven't seen since I lived in CA, both of which were as good as I remember. I'll have to go back to try the food.

Sep 11, 2014
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Toulouse Petit - any other restaurants a visitor should try?

It's hard to beat the view of the water at Westward. It's a lake view, not ocean though. Elliott's on the pier for Oyster Happy Hour if you're an oyster fan and can get there at 3 for a spot in the bar. Ray's has a good water view from the Cafe, but the food isn't particularly special. I do love to go for happy hour if I have a weekday afternoon off and get the manila clams, and soak up the broth with their good Columbia City bakery rolls.

Sep 03, 2014
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Gooseneck barnacles? (SEA)

Article yesterday in the Seattle Met has a list of restaurants serving them: http://www.seattlemet.com/eat-and-dri...

Aug 28, 2014
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Good breakfast spot in Capital Hill

You can get a pitcher of Mimosas at Lost Lake. The food is pretty good too.

Aug 27, 2014
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Honeymoon in PNW - Vegetarians Seeking Meals / Lodging

I've hunted Chanterelles outside of Portland several times, a decent hour outside the city there are some good spots, they vary by year (I fear it might not be a great year, considering how dry we've been). But mushrooming is great fun so I'll point you to these guys and wish you luck, if you happen upon a nice fall day it's a great day trip: http://www.psms.org/index.php

For vegetarian friendly in the city, most Seattle restaurants will have at least one option. Poppy always has a vegetarian thali on the menu (get the eggplant fries while you're at it).

Aug 25, 2014
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Gooseneck barnacles? (SEA)

It looks like the business # is a landline in Tofino, BC

Aug 20, 2014
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Weekend in Seattle - Food recs?

Yuji! I will also attest that the spam fried rice is the BEST hangover food ever. You can also get your eggs benedict made with spam. And I like the french toast. Breakfast in general is great.

Otherwise YES on the karaoke.

Aug 19, 2014
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Seattle Trip Report by Chicago CHs - longish

They're $3. I had a few yesterday with my lunch.

Aug 07, 2014
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Breakfast near Hyatt at olive 8

On a recent trip to get breakfast at the 5 Point, they told me that their waffle iron had been retired, but I could get my fried chicken with french toast. It was awesome.

Aug 05, 2014
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Breakfast near Hyatt at olive 8

Lola is close, does a great breakfast. You're close to 13 Coins if you want a more old-school breakfast.

Aug 04, 2014
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Best Kept Secrets on the Eastside

Kabab House! It used to be on Greenwood and I miss it so much.

Jul 31, 2014
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Oysters on the half shell on Whidbey Island?

I had them at Front Street Grill in Coupeville a while back. Might want to check with them to see if they're still on the menu.

Jul 30, 2014
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