At The Majestic Caf?, everything is homemade?even the ketchup. Proudly sticking to classics?with a few contemporary twists?it's been lauded by Open Table diners as a "neighborhood gem." The chefs work with small, local purveyors to source super-fresh ingredients that compose each dish. Menus unfold to reveal starters of crispy shoe-string fries drizzled with tangy, housemade gorgonzola sauce, and Majestic white bean and butternut squash hummus with toasted crostini. The signature french dip sandwich, lined with house-seasoned and roasted beef and shredded lyrics to "Da Dip," shares the spotlight with new york strip steak, fish and chips, and St. Louis ribs. Weekend brunch is offered to those who need their morning fix of huevos rancheros, spinach florentine scramble, or the Northwest benedict with housemade crab and bay shrimp cakes, all of which can be paired with bloody marys, screwdrivers, and greyhounds.
Blue Heart Art's passionate staffers hand-select every locally created treasure that they stock, which includes photo-enhancing picture frames ($5.99–$15) and fruit-themed towels, ideal for making soaps salivate and subsequently lather themselves ($6.99–$7.99). Like early morning office hours and turtle races, viewing the shop's art and home furnishings may be enhanced by the consumption of coffee. Blue Heart Art's on-site coffee lounge brews fair-trade, Seattle-roasted beans, and head barista Jordan crafts creative potables such as the smooth and sweet raspberry truffle latte ($3.95 for 16 oz.). The café's warm, lounge-like décor—replete with a couch and club chairs—encourages patrons to relax and hug throw pillows.
Silver Cup Coffee boasts a coffee menu that rivals the wine lists found at many gourmet restaurants. And just like those wine lists, the fair trade and organic coffees here have been carefully curated by a team of experts to ensure only the best beans make it to customers' homes. The green coffee beans?which are sourced via Atlas Coffee Importers as well as through direct-trade relationships at origin?are roasted exclusively on-site, then bagged and shipped to the customer that very day. For those that can't wait that long, Silver Cup also has a caf? where baristas serve hot coffee, frothy cappuccinos, and frosty iced drinks, alongside wine and beer, pastries, and sandwiches. There, diners can savor their ethically-sourced sips snacks on a sunny patio or inside, where a laptop bar and comfy chairs encourage well-researched pillow fort construction.
Serving direct-trade beans from Seattle's Kuma Coffee microroasters, Starling fuels bustling bodies with the energy needed to tackle mornings and beyond. Traditional brewed coffee ($1.25–$2.00) awakens senses with a no-frills wallop, and the rich whip of a café mocha melds milk, espresso, and actual whips ($2.85–$3.60). Add yummy flavor shots ($0.50 each) such as toasted marshmallow, caramel, and blueberry to brews, or summon the spritely mouth-tickle of an italian soda ($2.65–$3.75). Starling Coffee also boasts an array of teas ($1.50–$2.25) and smoothies ($3.75–$4.30) that coat throat canals with viscous fruit serums. When inner rumbles beckon, pair drinks with breakfast sandwiches ($1.95–$3.95), grilled turkey sandwiches ($4), or bagels ($2.95) smothered in ham, cheese, and East Coast regrets.
A unique Mom & Pop Shop we sell Cafe Darte Coffee, Chicago Hot Dogs, Panini Sandwiches, Sweet Shop USA Chocolates, one of Snohomish Counties largest Puzzle Selections, Suzy Toronto Greeting cards, Pepper Jellies, gifts for all occasions, snacks, soda, Smoothies, Frappes, and much more in a small shop across from the Mall