Seattle is widely known for its coffee culture and good eateries. The city is bustling with diversity and creativity in the way Seattleites dine. The coffee shops all over town are aesthetically unique and artistic, and are home to some of the best Almond Milk lattes.
According to Conde Nast Traveler website, Seattle is considered to be in the top 10 best food cities in America. In a Washington Post food article, the author explains how Seattle’s location near a large body of water provides an advantage to having great food, especially seafood.
Known as avid and passionate coffee drinkers, Seattleites have a rummored“coffee snob” attitude, they have rightfully earned the title of. TIME magazine ranked Seattle No.2 on their list of best coffee cities in America. Although it’s home to the original Starbucks, located in Pike Place Market, don’t be fooled; Starbucks is not a place that true Seattleites are fond of or frequent.
I had the opportunity to spend a week in Seattle and document all the places I dined. The restaurants and coffee shop experiences were more than simple meals. While the list of places to eat and drink coffee extends far beyond my suggestions, this list is a good place to start if you ever find yourself in Seattle in need of a place to go get your grub on.
No. 1: Bounty Kitchen, Queen Anne district:
No. 2: MiiR Coffee and Tea, Freemont district:
No. 3: Rachel’s Ginger Beer, Capitol Hill district & Pike Place Market:
No. 4: Jai Thai, Freemont District
No. 5: Mr. D’s Greek Delicacies, Pike Place Market: