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Breakfast in SEA

dcatwater Aug 31, 2008 10:17 PM

We will be staying aboard the boat in Bell Harbor marina downtown and are looking for recomendations for breakfast within walking distance of the marina after a night of semi-professional drinking. Any thing out there?

TIA, Dave

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    lgss RE: dcatwater Sep 1, 2008 07:00 AM

    Unfortunately, Flying Apron moved to Fremont, but you could pick something up there the afternoon before....

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      mrnelso RE: dcatwater Sep 1, 2008 09:41 PM

      With a little research, you can find an elevator route up all those hills to the Pike Place market, where you will find Cafe Campagne.

      1. malarkey RE: dcatwater Sep 1, 2008 11:07 PM

        tons of places at Pike Place Market. Find your way there and choose! Anything from street eats to sit down restaurants.

        1. amyh18 RE: dcatwater Sep 2, 2008 10:26 AM

          2619 1ST Ave
          Good solid breakfast to soak up any remaining booze

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            dcatwater RE: amyh18 Sep 5, 2008 07:30 AM

            Thanks Amy, CJ's looks like it will fit the bill.....


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              hhlodesign RE: dcatwater Sep 5, 2008 09:29 AM

              CJ's is nothing more than a greasy spoon whose food is probably a notch or two below the average greasy spoon in any city. There is nothing distinctly "Seattle" about eating at CJ's. You've been warned.

              I live 1 block from where your boat will be docked. My favorite weekend brunch places are Macrina, Cafe Campagne (Oeufs en meurette), Etta's (corned beef hash or dungeonous crab benedict), and the breakfast sandwich from I Love NY Deli. Your choices become more limited if you are looking at weekday breakfast.

          2. natalie.warner RE: dcatwater Sep 2, 2008 11:26 AM

            Etta's- for brunch (on the weekends)... Le Pichet...

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