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CAPITOL HILL — After previewing B-Side as a weekend-only in-house operation this summer, the folks at Analog Coffee have officially opened their breakfast and lunch restaurant around the corner. The new spot serves grab-and-go breakfast sandwiches, savory grain bowls, and other items incorporating local and seasonal ingredients, reports Seattle Met, and The Stranger says the smoked trout on rye is “one of the finest eggless breakfast items our city has to offer.” B-Side has a small patio for lingering and enjoying drinks like an Analog cold brew, michelada, or grapefruit cardamom mimosa. Status: Certified open. 421 E Thomas St.
GEORGETOWN — Lorena’s Kitchen is now serving tacos, tamales (chicken mole, pork verde, and black bean), quesadillas, burritos, tostadas, and popsicles (with about 15 to 20 flavor options) next to Ciudad. Fair warning: The small operation is cash-only, at least for now, according to Yelpers. Everything on the menu is priced between $2 and $8. Status: Certified open. 6124 12th Ave S.
INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT — As the name suggests, Pruf Cafe and Bar is a cafe with coffee and pastries by day, and a bar by night. There’s a quiet upstairs loft for those working on laptops, and reviewers on Yelp and Google are raving about the scones, double cold brew, and vegan and gluten-free pastries. Status: Certified open. 1440 S Jackson St.
Seattle Eater | September 2017
Megan Hill and Adam H. Callaghan