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Favorite pork chop in Seattle?

I rarely order pork chops because I find that they're either hit or miss, and usually the latter, rather than the former. A good pork chop should be flavorful, reasonably fatty on the edges, juicy as hell, and in a perfect world, layered enough in flavor so that you don't get totally palate-fatigued 1/3 of the way through it. So if I were to jump back into the pork chop game, where would you suggest going for a no-fail PC?

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    1. I love the pork chop at The Boat Street Cafe.

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      Boat Street Cafe
      909 NE Boat St, Seattle, WA

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      1. re: amyh18

        Boat Street for sure. We just had it again last week and it was fantastic.

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        Boat Street Cafe
        909 NE Boat St, Seattle, WA

      2. Dot's Delicatessen, on Fremont Ave, cut me a couple delectable ones just the other day. I did not ask them to fry them up, but they do have fire, pans, and talent.

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        1. re: mrnelso

          Dot's had both smoked pork chops and non-smoked in the case today when we went for happy hour today.

        2. You maybe wouldn't expect it, but when it's on the menu at Oddfellows, it's great (10th/Pine).

          1. Nearly everything I've had at Local 360 has been disappointing, except for the pork chop. I loved it. I really want to like this place since it's close to me, but every meal has been a let down. Especially the breakfast/brunch items. Yes, I realize I am in the minority here. I've tried it 4 times now.

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            1. re: tykapfh

              I rarely order it as I think I can do better with a brined chop at home (based off Suzanne Goin's recipe from the Lucques cookbook) but I like the version that someone had at Lecosho when I went there earlier this "summer."

              1. re: equinoise

                Greg Atkinson also has a great recipe for a brined chop. I'll look forw Goin's too, love to try new methods.