Hood Famous specializes in Filipino desserts, mainly mini cheesecakes like white chocolate guava and matcha. While we endorse standing on a street corner with a fork, eating five flavors at one time in a takeout box, the purple ube cheesecake everyone’s obsessed with is not only the best thing here, but it’s the best cheesecake in the ID. If you’re not feeling the street corner, eat it inside for lunch chased with an iced ube macchiato, in case you wanted more ube. Ube for president.
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Humble Pie is a great pizza place in the International District where you can eat on picnic tables under string lights.
Tan Dinh Deli
Tan Dinh Deli is a Vietnamese spot that serves banh mi sandwiches and strong iced coffee.
Maneki in the International District is one of the oldest restaurants in Seattle. Come here to eat sushi and other Japanese plates in a tatami room.
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Grand Central Bakery
Grand Central is a bakery and cafe in Eastlake that serves baked goods, sandwiches, salads, and soups.
The hangout for non-coffee people in Seattle is Miro in Ballard. The tea is great, and there are lots of seats, baguette sandwiches, and wifi.
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Bakery Nouveau is an excellent Capitol Hill bakery we like most for the twice baked almond croissant and croque monsieur.
For breakfast on the go in Belltown, go for a breakfast sandwich at Dahlia (there are only four seats there). And couple coconut cream pie bites.
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