Super Six is the Columbia City sister restaurant to Marination Ma Kai (an Infatuation Seattle Greatest Hit), and we like it best at brunch. Grab a huge picnic table on the gravel-covered patio if it’s nice out, and you’ll be that much closer to tasty Hawaiian things like pancakes with toasted macadamia nut butter and coconut syrup, french fries topped with kalua pork/gravy, and eggs benedict with kimchi hollandaise. To really take advantage of this place, start with a mai tai slushie or $15 bottomless mimosas and end with a malasada filled with nutella cream.
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