Saturday, April 2, 2011

Geraldine’s Counter (Seattle, WA)

Seattle is similar to Vancouver in the way that it is a city of neighbourhoods. Our tourist destination this day was The Museum of Flight, and it’s location south of downtown Seattle led me to finding a breakfast spot in a neighbourhood I had never heard of before – Columbia City. This shows what I know, as after a little research, I discovered that it is deemed one of Seattle’s “hottest” and most diverse neighbourhoods. The business district is a charming strip of galleries, shops, yoga studios, and restaurants nestled in historic buildings, surrounded by mostly single-family, bungalow-style homes. A real small-town vibe.

Geraldine’s Counter has a similar feel – warm and welcoming as soon as we stepped in the door. Their all-day breakfast menu serves comfort food, with a few twists, executed at a high level. My Bacon, Egg, and Arugula Sandwich with tomato and aioli on a sourdough batard was delish. I am always amazed how the basic ingredients of bacon, eggs, and bread can be transformed from dish to dish, place to place.

This spot is popular and for very good reason.

4872 Rainier Avenue S, Seattle, WA
Breakfast hours:
Tuesday to Friday: 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday/Sunday: 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
www.geraldinescounter.com
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2 comments:

Tia said...

seattle is one of my fave places to go for day trips! thx for the reccommendation!

In Search of Breakfast said...

You're welcome, Tia.
Happy breakfasting.