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Meet The Moon

Perfect For:BreakfastBrunch

Meet The Moon is a nice spot on the water in Leschi. If you have time for a full hot breakfast, sit at the bar and get the biscuits and maple chicken sausage gravy, a carne asada breakfast skillet, or avocado toast with lots of toppings. Wash it all down with some housemade shrubs. If you’re in more of a hurry, housemade baked goods from the pastry case aren’t a bad idea.

The rotating dinner menu hardly disappoints with options like a solid fried chicken sandwich, a BLAT with garlic-chive aioli, and a DIY pork carnitas situation. Sure, we've had better versions of pretty much everything on Meet The Moon’s menu elsewhere in the city, but this restaurant consistently bails us out during the week when we lack the motivation to whip up something from the fridge (especially on a Monday).

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