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Szyjakowski

best mom and pop cafe in your town

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specifically in seattle..

good breakfast joint and also tasty pies...

wheres your favorite?

other towns kewl too...

 

renaissance cafe in ltown is good.

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Hands down Andy's Diner on 4th Ave. S. 1 mile South of Safeco Field. Great breakfast , lunch,and dinner also has a full bar been there since 1949.The restaurant and bar consists of 8 train cars 1 of which was F.D.Roosevelts dining car while president.

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Hands down Andy's Diner on 4th Ave. S. 1 mile South of Safeco Field. Great breakfast , lunch,and dinner also has a full bar been there since 1949.The restaurant and bar consists of 8 train cars 1 of which was F.D.Roosevelts dining car while president.

 

d00d! Best bar? they make manhattans form a mix!

 

I like the place though in that divey sense though. Haven't been there since the great wig party of 2003.

 

Bets eggs benedict in town is Glo's. Best mom and pop diner? Probably Mecca for me.

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Why, the Lakeview Cafe, silly!

 

Very mom-n-pop, with a decidedly multi-cultural feel.

Awesome buttermilk pancakes, good bacon and coffee, with a waitress who looks like she just got out of a sauna (she drips sweat on your food; hey not too appealing maybe, but she sure works hard!).

 

Located in beautiful down-town Rainier Beach, just a coupla minute walk from Beer Sheva park.

 

(Ew, does she really drip sweat on my breakfast?)

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Jitterbug Cafe- Wallingford - slightly upscale, good for entertaining a new friend the morning after.

 

Beth's Cafe- Greenlake- divey, good for comfort food the morning after the morning after.

 

 

 

but the winner is

 

 

rockband.gifrockband.gif SULTAN BAKERY rockband.gifrockband.gif

 

ON THE WAY TO INDEX!!!

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Leschi Deli (In Leschi, on lake washington)

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Mae makes the best sausage breakfast sammich in seattle...

 

Sometimes crowded due to bicycle gangs (oh, I mean team rides) that loiter around Lk wash blvd on the weekend a.m.'s

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The Five Spot is the most overrated breakfast in town. I have yet to understand why people wait 45 minutes to eat at this place. Yea it looks cool, but the food is BLAND.

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Bagel Cafe on Buffalo near Westcliff.

 

Killer Bagels and traditional jewish baked goods. Awesome Challah bread and Challah french Toast!!!!

I know, not really the Seattle area but it was 5 mintues from my house and we were always psyched to go. If your ever in Vegas give it a try! rockband.gif

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Keystone Cafe. It is mainly Veggie but they have the best least expensive food I have ever had. It is one of my favorite places to read the Weekly, and the Comic News. Fresh Squeezed OJ and brown bran bread that is utterly to die for.

 

Verry VERRY close second is Studio One. the French Toast RAWKS as does the salmon and cream cheese omlet.

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Leschi Deli (In Leschi, on lake washington)

Say Hi to Max and Mae

Mae makes the best sausage breakfast sammich in seattle...

 

Sometimes crowded due to bicycle gangs (oh, I mean team rides) that loiter around Lk wash blvd on the weekend a.m.'s

 

you mean Pert's.

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hah, you got me... smile.gif Didn't want to attract any more hordes than what already bombard the place when quietly I'm trying to read my morning paper with scone and latte... It's getting chilly out, so they are all moving inside and crowding my space evils3d.gif

 

Perts = thumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gif

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The Dish on Leary has a decent breakfast.

 

But the best eggs benedict in the area is...the Sultan Bakery smile.gif

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I like Cyndi's at 105 and Aurora for breakfast.

 

Georgia's Greek Deli at 85th and 3rd NW serves up a mean breakfast, lunches and dinners are outstanding.

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Hello capitalist!

Since I once again return to North America from Korea, does any cafe about Seattle area serve boshintang?

Thank you 4 allow me to post.

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