Groceries & Markets in Junction


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  • The Beer Junction
    Beer Junction is a hybrid pub and beer retailer that boasts more than 35 refrigerators full of brews, as well as hard ciders by the bottle or six-pack, growlers to go, beer steins and various other accessories. Beer geeks who find a favorite bottle in the fridges can drink it onsite for a small corkage fee, and a rotating events calendar features guest brewers or themed tastings representing multiple different breweries. Beyond the bottles, Beer Junction sports several taps of locally made craft beer, as well as a few wines by the glass. If you’re hungry, Beer Junction sells munchies like nuts and popcorn, but focuses its expertise on beverages rather than food. Patrons with bigger appetites are encouraged to order in from the handful of local sandwich and pizza joints that deliver or offer nearby pickup, or bring in their own food.
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    4511 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Maharaja Cuisine of India
    A flavorful restaurant, Maharaja Cuisine of India serves spicy Indian fare. Maharaja Cuisine of India is a fantastic spot to indulge and with no low-fat options, you'll need to save the diet for another day. Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join the table at Maharaja Cuisine of India. Get online for free courtesy of Maharaja Cuisine of India's wifi. Through their catering service, Maharaja Cuisine of India can also set out a delicious spread for your next party. null Your bill at Maharaja Cuisine of India will typically run less than $30 per person, so bring the whole gang!
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    4542 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Hotwire Online Coffeehouse
    Set in a brick carriage house in the heart of West Seattle’s Junction neighborhood, Hotwire Online Coffeehouse dishes up more than just a great cappuccino and quick morning muffins. Custom coffee creations rotate with the seasons, and customers can enjoy fifteen minutes of free work time at the small shop’s bank of computers with every beverage purchase. New this year, patrons can also belly up to the in-house “Helios Bar” for a free 15-minute hit of light therapy, an antidote that pairs well with caffeine for combating Seattle’s lengthy rainy season. Busy commuters can also text in coffee orders for maximal time efficiency, but why rush away? In summer, Hotwire’s compact outdoor patio is a great place to pause with pooches or strollers over a steaming cup of joe before tackling the rest of the day.
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    4410 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Quality Food Center
    QFC supplies kitchens and cabinets with a scrumptious array of fresh meat, organic produce, and homemade baked goods. Reward teeth for not biting into wax fruit by sinking pearls into artisanal Discover Delicious cupcakes, freshly baked in a variety of flavors. The salty-sweet fusion found in maple-bacon cupcakes provides a tasty way to satisfy USDA bacon requirements, and the peanut-butter-and-jelly cupcake brings together a delectable duo as classic as spaghetti and meatballs or onions and tears. Meanwhile, traditional tastes such as German chocolate, red velvet, and Boston cream keep decadence familiar, and all flavors can capably carry themselves during a birthday, dinner gathering, or midnight rendezvous.
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    4550 42nd Avenue Southwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • Husky Deli
    Husky Deli and Catering: A User’s Guide Established 1932 | Made-to-Order Sandwiches | Hand-Crafted Ice Cream | International Grocery Sample Menu Specialty sandwich: Black Forest—european smoked ham, jarlsberg cheese, stone ground mustard on dark rye Side: scratch-made soup; selection changes daily Dessert: chocolate-chocolate cookie Family History Three generations of the Miller family have run Husky Deli. First, there was Herman Miller, who stood his ice cream maker—which he dubbed “Husky”—in the front window in hopes of drawing customers. Then, there was Herman’s son John, who woke his own sons up early in the morning to help him with the ice cream. Jack, one of those sons, leads the staff today, which also includes eight members of the Miller family’s fourth generation. In the Press According to a [feature in the Seattle Times](http://seattletimes.com/html/businesstechnology/2012804806_mompop05.html, “Husky is where you buy ice cream in West Seattle.” Seattle Magazine says the “coffee Oreo ice cream is impossibly rich and caffeinated, and the double chocolate cheesecake is as decadent as it sounds” While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Flip through the stacks of vinyl at Easy Street Records, which staffers claim is Seattle’s “longest-running record store.” After: Get a treat for your four-legged friend at Next to Nature (4543 California Avenue SW)
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    4721 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Bakery Nouveau
    Bakery Nouveau William Leaman isn't a professional soccer player, but that didn’t stop him from becoming a World Cup champion. The baker served as the captain of Team USA for the 2005 Coupe du Monde de Boulangerie—also known as the World Cup of Baking. Before the final buzzer sounded on the oven timer, he had guided his team to victory, crafting more than 300 baguettes, pastries, and specialty loaves in just eight hours. The atmosphere is a bit less hurried inside the kitchen at Bakery Nouveau, but Leaman doesn’t sacrifice quality just because there isn’t a trophy on the line. Using traditional French techniques, he and his team of bakers craft flaky, twice-baked almond croissants and sugary brioche. They also bake Parisian baguettes throughout the day, but their most popular item may be the Oat & Date loaf, for which they rely on a recipe originally formulated for the World Cup. Another perennial favorite is the Phoenix cake, whose alternating layers of mousse, pecan dacquoise, and chocolate sponge cake won top honors at the 2005 National Pastry Championship.
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    4737 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
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