Cafes in Seattle, WA


$20 for Serenity Tea for Two at Attic Secrets cafe & tea ($32 Value)

Attic Secrets Cafe & Tea

Pinewood

Pairs enjoy a plate of fresh-made scones, traditional tea sandwiches, and specialty treats as they sip perfectly brewed tea of their choice

$32 $20

Baked Goods at Your Bakery (Up to 44% Off). Four Options Available.

Your Bakery

La Conner

Bakers create fresh sweets each day and round out their offerings which include brownies, scones, salads, cookies, sandwiches, and pizza

$20 $12

12-Ounce Coffees at Lettered Streets Coffeehouse (52% Off)

Lettered Streets Coffeehouse

Lettered Streets

12-ounce coffees offer bold flavor at this cozy coffeehouse just outside downtown Bellingham

$5 $2.40

$2 for $4 Worth of Coffee — Brewed Awakening

Brewed Awakening

North Issaquah

Enjoy a 12 ounce Mocha, Latte, Americano or Drip coffee. *Additional flavors are an additional charge.

$4 $2

Two or Four Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Coffee and Treats at Cutters Point Coffee (Up to 50% Off)

Cutters Point Coffee

Central

Handcrafted coffee paired with delicious pastries in coffee house that prides itself on hospitality and attentive service

$10 $5.50

$5 for $15 Worth of Coffee — Treehouse Espresso

Treehouse Espresso

Multiple Locations

With Treehouse Espresso you’ll always start your day with a smile, and a perfect handcrafted organic espresso.

$15 $5

One Pot of Tea with Purchase of $15 or More at Mad Hat Tea Company

Mad Hat Tea Company

New Tacoma

For $1, receive One Pot of Tea with Purchase of $15 or More

$0 $1

$12 for Three $8 Groupons at Jason's Coffee Shop & Fine Baked Goods ($24 Total Value)

Jason's Coffee Shop & Fine Baked Goods

North Auburn

Jason serves visitors baked goods he prepares himself and freshly brewed coffee in a relaxing atmosphere

$8 $4

$12 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $8 Worth of Food and Drinks at Gravity Coffee Company ($24 Value)

Gravity Coffee Company

South Tacoma

Drive-thru stand serves up a variety of espresso drinks, tea, and smoothies, along with café fare such as muffins and breakfast sandwiches

$8 $4

$12 for Five Groupons, Each Good for One Specialty Coffee Drink at Kona Kai Coffee ($22.25 Value)

Kona Kai Coffee

Downtown Kent

Nonprofit coffee shop serves espresso and snacks while providing job-training for homeless and disadvantaged individuals

$4.45 $2.40

$24.99 for Holiday Coffee Gift Box from Camano Island Coffee Roasters ($37.99 Value)

Camano Island Coffee Roasters

Online Deal

This fair-trade roaster’s holiday coffee gift box highlights festive flavors, and incorporates beans from around the world

$37.99 $24.99

$12 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $5 at Everest Tea and Coffee House ($20 Value)

Everest Tea and Coffee House

Renton

Cafe and coffee shop serves an impressive selection of teas, plus peet’s coffee, baked goods, and more

$5 $3

$2 for $4 Worth of Coffee at Bello Espresso

Bello Espresso

Lynnwood

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$4 $2

One Specialty Coffee with Purchase of Any Specialty Coffee at Shipwreck Coffee

Shipwreck Coffee

Camano Island

For $1, receive One Specialty Coffee with Purchase of Any Specialty Coffee

$4 $1

Pack of 72 "Cake Boss" Single-Serve Coffee Cups from Coffee Marvel (54% Off). Two Options Available.

Coffee Marvel

Online Deal

Single-serve coffee cups developed in partnership with “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro include flavors like Dulce De Leche and Chocolate Cannoli

$85 $39

One Americano Coffee with Purchase of Any Specialty Coffee at Divine Decadence Espresso

Divine Decadence Espresso

Northeast Lakewood

For $1, receive One Americano Coffee with Purchase of Any Specialty Coffee

$0 $1

15% Off Your Order with Purchase of Two Regular Drinks at Forza Coffee Company - Dupont

Forza Coffee Company - Dupont

DuPont

For $1, get 15% off Your Order with the purchase of Two Regular Drinks

$0 $1

$11 for 4 Groupons, Each Good for $5 Worth of Café Fare at Snohomish Fitness Center ($20 Total Value)

Snohomish Fitness Center

Pine Avenue Station Condo

Fitness center's café whips up healthy salads, wraps, and deli-style sandwiches, as well as fruit smoothies and coffee drinks

$5 $2.75

Six-Pack, 12-Pack, or 18-Pack of Probiotic Cold Brew Coffee from Jus by Julie (31% Off)

Jus by Julie

Online Deal

Vegan, probiotic, cold-brew coffee helps to regulate digestive systems with added nutrients and vitamins

$48 $33

Two Small Coffees with Purchase of 2 Pastry Items at Seaside Bakery & Cafe

Seaside Bakery & Cafe

South Surrey

For $1, receive Two Small Coffees with Purchase of 2 Pastry Items

$0 $1

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Dinner at Thrive Cafe (Up to 40% Off)

Thrive Cafe

Thrive

Organic, plant-based café features gluten- and dairy-free menu offering juices, superfoods, smoothies, elixir shots, salads, and entrees

$20 $12

$11 for $20 Worth of Baked Goods at Borracchini’s Bakery

Borracchini’s Bakery

North Beacon Hill

Bakery with nearly 100 years in business has a diverse selection of pies, donuts, cakes, and cookies, as well as a full deli counter

$20 $11

Italian Meals in Seattle's Little Italy (Up to 50% Off). Six Options Available.

Cafe Bengodi

Multiple Locations

Three restaurants in Seattle’s Little Italy serve traditional Italian dishes and wine

$40 $21

Italian Cuisine for Dine-In or Takeout at Cafe Bengodi (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Cafe Bengodi 2

North Beacon Hill

Simple Italian flavors in dishes such as pasta with fresh clams, basil, garlic, and white wine, and risotto with bolognese and ricotta

$40 $20

Italian Food at Café Bengodi (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Café Bengodi

Cafe Bengodi

Pastas, sandwiches, risottos, and pizzas at Italian eatery with outdoor seating area

$60 $30

"Twister Beach"

Cafe Nordo

Pioneer Square

$72 $55

One or Three Groupons, Each Good for Vegan Soft Serve Ice Cream at Sugar Plum (Up to 50% Off)

Sugar Plum

Sugar Plum

Eatery offers up sweet array of 100% vegan, lactose-free ice cream as well as cakes, cookies, and candy

$10 $6

American Cuisine at Lost Lake Cafe and Lounge (40% Off)

Lost Lake Cafe and Lounge

Broadway

24-hour spot offers wide range of American favorites including burgers, benedicts, milk shakes, and beer

$20 $12

$14.99 for a 30-Day Alkaline Water Package at Thrive Cafe ($37.99 Value)

Thrive Cafe

Thrive

Take home unlimited gallons of filtered, ionized alkaline water, which may have numerous health and wellness benefits

$37.99 $14.99

Cuban Food and Drinks for Two Monday–Wednesday or Thursday–Friday at Cafe Con Leche (Up to 40% Off)

Cafe Con Leche

Cafe Con Leche

Cuban eats such as flaky empanadas filled with beef or chicken, stacked Cubano sandwiches on traditional bread, and shredded flank steak

$20 $12

Select Local Merchants

  • RN74 Seattle
    RN74 Seattle Sommelier-Driven Dining | Accessible French | Local Produce Sample Menu For the table: tomato-soup “fondue,” served with gruyère grilled cheese Entree: RN74 Burger Royale Side: duck-fat fries Wine: ask the extremely well-informed servers for a recommendation Meet the Chef: David Varley came to locally focused cooking quite organically—when he was a child, his mother grew vegetables for their family and local restaurants, and he contributed to the family table by hunting and fishing. While You Wait: Keep an eye on the Last Bottle board—modeled after arrival–departure boards posted in European train stations, it displays wines that are just about out of stock and their considerably discounted prices. Groups have been known to order from it just for the fun of watching the letter tiles clack as their chosen bottle is removed from the board. Accolades “Desserts are particularly creative—and also nicely paired with port.” — Fodor’s Travel, 2013 “Delectable dishes, worldly wines and pristine service in a laid-back atmosphere.” — Seattleite, 2011 “The wine list's depth of vertical vintages from some of the Northwest's premier wineries is impressive . . . Expect not only to drink well, but to eat well.” — Seattle Times, 2011 Vocab Lesson Mortadella: a large Italian sausage made from minced pork interspersed with cubes of fat, pistachios, and black pepper. Sunchokes: also known as Jerusalem artichokes despite being a member of the sunflower family, these crunchy tubers taste similar to water chestnuts. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Get slowly and deliberately caffeinated with a coffee tasting at Seattle Coffee Works (107 Pike Street). After: Stop for a scoop of gelato or sorbetto at Gelatiamo (1400 Third Avenue), open until 10 p.m. weekend nights.
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    1433 4th Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Cafe Campagne
    Cafe Campagne: A User’s Guide French Comfort Food | Award-Winning Fries | House-Made Charcuterie | Popular Brunch Spot | 30 Wines Sample Menu Brunch: scrambled eggs with fresh herbs and pork sausage Lunch: croque monsieur Dinner: crispy duck-leg confit Dessert: homemade ice cream Where to Sit: Ask for a table on the terrace, where patrons can look out on all the bustling activity of Pike Place Market. When to Go: Try happy hour, which occurs from 4–6 p.m. Monday–Friday. While You’re Waiting: Grab a seat at the long, wooden bar. Bartenders mix cocktails and pour 30 wines by the glass. Inside Tips Mark your calendar. Every year, the café hosts Drink Pink, a party with wine tastings and hor d'oeuvres. French accents are optional. If you can’t find something on the wine list, bring your own bottle for a small corkage fee. Cafe Campagne is cool with this, as long as they don’t offer the same wine. Press and Praise The Stranger says “Cafe Campagne makes you feel like everything’s all right, especially at weekend brunch.” Eater readers put the café on their list of Top 8 French Fries in Seattle. Vocab Lesson Croque-monsieur: originated in French cafés, this pressed sandwich is filled with ham, gruyère, and béchamel. (A fried egg turns it into a croque-madame.) Confit: a French term used to describe food that has been cooked in oil, syrup, or—in the case of some meat—its own fat, and then preserved. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Buy a vintage poster at Old Seattle Paperworks (1514 Pike Place). After: Catch a surprising, tongue-in-cheek production at Theater Schmeater (2125 3rd Avenue).
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    1600 Post Alley
    Seattle, WA US
  • Cafe Pettirosso
    Pettirosso: A User’s Guide Sophisticated Café Fare | Espresso Bar | Cocktails and Wine | Vegetarian and Vegan Options Sample Menu Carnivore’s breakfast: braised brisket with duck confit, roasted vegetables, and a poached egg Vegetarian breakfast: tofu scramble with coconut curry and seasonal vegetables over red-potato hash Lunch: croque savoy sandwich with melted gruyère, mushrooms, béchamel sauce, and a fried egg Dinner: shepherd’s pie Espresso drink: mexican mocha made with Ibarra Mexican chocolate Cocktail: Pettimosa with Aperol, St. Germaine, orange juice, and bubbly The Story: “Unbelievably nice” sisters Miki and Yuki Sodos—the same duo behind Bang Bang Café—took over the tiny Café Pettiroso in 2011. In addition to revamping the space into the laid-back, sophisticated dining room it is now, they also introduced a bigger menu that includes everything from breakfast bagels and vegan mac & cheese to duck cassoulet and hearty italian stew. Press Box “Where before, a small hallway with some tables crammed in ended unceremoniously at a table topped with a tub full of dirty dishes, there is now a perfectly lovely dining room. It's low-ceilinged and cozy, pretty without looking like it's trying too hard." – the Stranger “Walking commuters stop in for breakfast bagels and coffees taken to go, but it’s even better to sit and relax for an hour over a plate of Red Flannel hash.” – Seattle Magazine If You Can’t Make It: head to Bang Bang Café (2460 Western Avenue) if you’re in Belltown. There, the Sodos sisters and staff serve up bagels, sandwiches, and some mean breakfast burritos.
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    1101 East Pike Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • El Diablo Coffee Co.
    El Diablo Coffee Co.: A User’s Guide Custom-Roasted Cuban Coffee | Mexican Chocolate | Fresh Fruit Shakes | Cheeky Murals | Patio Sample Menu Coffee: the Cubano, which pairs two shots of specially-roasted espresso with caramelized sugar Snack: a mango papaya badito, which is Cuban shake made with fresh fruit and milk Light lunch: salmon chowder Beer: Manny’s Pale Ale on-tap Dessert: key lime tart While You’re Waiting Admire the murals’ saucy devils and colorful flowers, which local artists Zephyr Nelson and Fiona McGuigan created to cloak six of the walls. Pick up a devilish rubber ducky, El Diablo license plate frame, hoodie, or tank top at the souvenir shop. Inside Tips: Even if it’s warm outside, try the Mexican hot chocolate. Baristas make it with Ibarra brand chocolate from Jalisco, grinding the sugared cocoa cakes into a powder they mix with cinnamon and vanilla. It’s a meticulous process that yields a truly authentic taste. When the sun’s shining, bring a canine pal along—he’ll love the chance to relax in the shade of the dog-friendly patio’s leafy foliage and wood-slat roof. Don’t be surprised if your drink comes with a side of art. The staffers may turn your latte foam into a marbleized pattern or picture. When to go Head in when a guitar player is strumming, or when El Diablo is hosting one of its tasting workshops. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Pick up some coffee-time reading material at Queen Anne Book Company (1811 Queen Anne Avenue N.), a local word emporium known for its friendly staffers. After: Stock up on fresh, local produce, baked goods, and meats at the Queen Anne Farmers Market (W. Crockett Street and Queen Anne Avenue N.)
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    1811 Queen Anne Avenue North
    Seattle, WA US
  • Relish Burger Bistro
    Relish Burger Bistro: A User’s Guide Elevated Burgers | Kobe Beef | Upscale Sports Bar | 40+ Beers On Tap | Westin Hotel Location Sample Menu Breakfast: blueberry orange granola pancakes with pure maple syrup Lunch: chopped salad with bacon, egg, tomato, cheese curds, avocado, cucumber, and chive vinaigrette Dinner: the flame-grilled Signature Burger with onion rings, bacon rasher, steak sauce, and peppercorn cheese Seattle-Sourced Menu Burger buns comes from Macrina Bakery. Beecher’s Handmade Cheese supplies cheese curds and artisan slices for many of Relish’s sandwiches. Some cocktails are made with whiskey or vodka from Fremont Mischief. Of the 40 beers on tap, several come straight from Seattle or Redmond, including brews from Georgetown, Black Raven, and Mac & Jack’s breweries. Inside Tips Since it’s located inside the Westin Seattle hotel, you won’t spot it from the street. As the hotel restaurant, Relish serves breakfast items, too. Try the egg-white-and-spinach omelet or the smoked-salmon benedict. Happy hour runs from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily. While You’re in the Neighborhood: Spend an afternoon at the Center for Wooden Boats (1010 Valley Street) at the southern tip of Lake Union and explore its exhibits, fleet of small wooden watercraft, and boat-building shop. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Go for a more rustic, down-home take on the American classic at Li’l Woody’s (1211 Pine Street), and be sure to pair your grub with a Molly Moon’s milk shake.
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    1900 5th Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Pie
    Pie: A User’s Guide Sweet and Savory | Handmade Daily | Vegetarian Friendly | Fremont and Seattle Center Locations Sample Menu Savory: peppered-steak pie with potatoes, carrots, onions, and red peppers Sweet: strawberry-lemon custard Side: jalapeño coleslaw About the Owners Jessamy Whitsitt: self-taught baker, who used to make these pies for friends and family, and had a dream of making mini pies the next big thing Renee Steen: former editor at Pixar, who’d recently migrated from San Francisco and needed to find her own “next big thing” Inside Tips Grab your favorites while you can. These individual-sized pies are crafted every day by hand, and they sell out often. To boot, the rotating menu depends on what ingredients are available. Besides hitting up one of Pie’s two locations, customers have two more options to snag a pie. They can track the eatery’s Pie Mobile or call and arrange a delivery. Get a guilt-free fix with a Mini Mini silver-dollar-sized sweet pie. Night owls aren’t forgotten. On weekends, the Fremont Street location’s window counter stays open until 2 a.m. Press Box Soon after its opening, Seattle Times featured the eatery, lauding “the simplicity of [the] handheld sweet and savory pies.” The Stranger raved about the key lime pie’s “highly tender, all-butter crust.”
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    3515 Fremont Avenue North
    Seattle, WA US

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