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Cafe Hitchcock


818 1st Ave, Seattle
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This is an all-day cafe from the same people behind Hitchcock Deli, so you know it’s going to serve some serious sandwiches. We’re pretty obsessed with the Puerco (braised pork, ham, cabbage, pickled fresno chili, and cilantro aioli on a long potato roll), but you can’t go wrong with an Italian sandwich with homemade cold cuts. Even the quinoa kale salad tastes good. An excellent spot to sit with your meal - or stop by for a latte to fend off the afternoon slump you’re going to have regardless.

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