Even if you don’t own a Harley, it’s still cool to grab a drink at The Wick, which in addition to serving coffee and alcohol, is also a motorcycle body shop. The espresso bar part of the space is small, but there’s plenty of room for a one-on-one meeting. If it’s nice out, the front patio is spacious and comfortable. You’ll find some crunchy drinks like maca matcha lattes, but they also serve a few beers on tap for under $6 a pint. You could even get a flight.
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Plaza Garibaldi is a colorful spot in Queen Anne with massive margaritas and great casual Mexican food.
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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.
Bakery Nouveau is an excellent Capitol Hill bakery we like most for the twice baked almond croissant and croque monsieur.
Westman’s Bagel and Coffee
Westman’s Bagel & Coffee is a sidewalk stand serving homemade bagels, cream cheese spreads, and breakfast sandwiches.
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Mr. West Cafe Bar
Mr. West Cafe is an attractive espresso bar and all day cafe with substantial food downtown.
Cafe Hitchcock is an all-day coffee shop downtown serving sandwiches, salads, and grain bowls.
Little Oddfellows is inside Elliot Bay Book Company in Cap Hill. There’s coffee for getting work done, beer for celebrating it, and some food.
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