Located on one of Seattle’s best eating streets—alongside plant-based ice cream company Frankie & Joe’s, Rosellini’s Bakery and Delancey for pizza—this Italian-influenced spot turns out stunning egg bakes served in sizzling skillets, thick toast spread lushly with ricotta, and Benedicts topped with local seafood. The lines get long, but house-made pastries and fresh-squeezed juices will wipe away any memory of the wait.
Seattleites are early risers, eeking out every second of daylight from the northern skies. The morning scene tends to mix ingredients into the worldly food traditions that make up the local restaurant culture: the best breakfast in Seattle is served at eateries that serve Mexican, Southern and Hawaiian dishes. Visitors to the famous Pike Place Market will feel like they’re in France while the rousing nightlife of Capitol Hill is best washed down the next morning at a New York-like spot serving top-notch bagels. Need to walk off all that food? Walk around and check out the city’s top attractions, parks and museums—you won’t regret it.
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