At brunch time, it’s hard to go wrong in Seattle—the city is obsessed with the midmorning meal and is home to no shortage of spots offering excellent coffee, pancakes and hashes. But we most often find ourselves at this relative newcomer in Ballard, a creative New American spot that makes delicious, original use of locally sourced ingredients. We’re partial to the breakfast bowl, a warm pool of rich, cheesy grits topped with crisp-roasted kale and two creamy poached eggs; we also like the pork belly hash, a medley of chopped and charred veggies shot through with tender, unctuous meat and drizzled with a fragrant tarragon salsa verde.
|Venue name:||Porkchop & Co.|
5451 Leary Ave NW
|Cross street:||between 22nd Ave and NW Vernon Pl|
|Opening hours:||Sun, Tue 9am-3pm; Wed-Sat 9am-3pm and 5-10pm|