Dinner & breakfast in Seattle this Friday w/teenage grandsons
Arriving Friday at 7:30 on the Victoria Clipper with undoubtedly famished grandsons, 12 & 14. Wallking from there to Warwick Hotel - 401 Lenora St. Where can we eat well without a wait? Also need breakfast recomendation for Saturday morning. Boys will eat anything, but think long waits are lame. Thanks!
re: howard 1st
Thanks all for the suggestions! We were a block from Serious Pie and ordered four pizzas to-go, With drinks from Ralph's, we were set for viewing the Olympics from our 11th story room in the Warwick Hotel (with a dynamite view of the Space Needle). It was "the best pizza" 14 year-old Jonathan had ever had. Next morning was breakfast at Lola's and "the best Eggs Benedict" he had ever had. And I agreed with that after he traded me a bit for one of my "made-to-order doughnuts."
For dinner would suggest Palace Kitchen which is on the corner of 5th Ave and Lenora. Could make reservations at http://tomdouglas.com/index.php?page=palace-kitchen to avoid a wait. The food is good and plentiful so the grandsons would probably enjoy it. Good atmosphere also.
Will leave others to make breakfast recommendations but a walk to Pike Market and a visit to Le Panier bakery would be good if looking for these type of breakfast items.
Hope that helps. Kay