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Pilgrim Coffeehouse

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Hours:FRI
6AM-6PM

Not many coffee shops in Seattle work well for car-owners—thanks for nothing, two-hour street parking. For a spot located in a strip mall with a free lot, check out Pilgrim in North Seattle. Their cold brew is refreshing, their WiFi is fast, and if you’re hungry, they serve a delicious mason jar of overnight oats loaded with peanut butter and crunchy granola. With a variety of hangout options from a long communal table to one-person booth seating, you could host anything from a solo laptop session to a huge lunch meeting.

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