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Seattle weekday breakfast (with alcohol)

laurahutch Aug 4, 2008 11:44 AM

Hi all-

Am having a farewell breakfast tomorrow morning with a friend who loves to eat and drink. My original thought was Cafe Campagne for the oeuffs em muerette and a glass (or two) of rose. They don't do weekday breakfast, however. But that's the kind of place I'm looking for. Any ideas? I really need to stick to downtown so all those fabulous Fremont/Ballard places are a no go.

Thanks in advance for your wise counsel.

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    dylinw RE: laurahutch Aug 4, 2008 12:13 PM

    Perhaps Le Pichet or Cafe Presse? I think Cafe Presse has more options for breakfast, but if you can't make it up to Capitol Hill, then may Le Pichet would do?

    If you don't mind the type of cuisine not being French, I've heard Lola has a great breakfast: http://www.tomdouglas.com/lola/breakf....

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      cocktailhour RE: dylinw Aug 4, 2008 12:44 PM

      I have had very good breakfast at Lola's.

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        terrier RE: dylinw Aug 4, 2008 07:46 PM

        Third Lola. Best breakfast downtown, 7 days a week.

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        oliveoyl RE: laurahutch Aug 4, 2008 12:14 PM

        sad to report that you might have to go to a hotel for your breakfast. Le Pichet could fill the Rose bill but their breakfast is not quite up to the oeufs murette level of Cafe Campagne.

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          barleywino RE: oliveoyl Aug 4, 2008 01:07 PM

          in the hotel category, Juno in the Arctic hotel (3rd and Cherry)

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          blue2000 RE: laurahutch Aug 4, 2008 12:42 PM

          Again Capitol Hill may not work for you, but Coastal Kitchen serves a mean bloody mary with weekday breakfast.

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            FoodDee RE: laurahutch Aug 4, 2008 05:36 PM

            Cafe Campagne has the oeufs en meurette on their weekday lunch menu.

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              chrisinroch RE: laurahutch Aug 5, 2008 04:48 AM

              When I first saw the title of your thread, I envisioned that you would be meeting the inlaws later. Or maybe a job interview as an air traffic controller. Sorry

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