Assembly Hall

Row 1

Details
2105 6th Ave (at Lenora St)
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 812-8413
American, Juice Bar
$
Hours
Mon–Fri: 6:00 AM–10:00 PM Sat–Sun: 7:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • There are not too many juice bars where you can also order up bacon fried rice, but if anyone in Seattle knows how to give people what they want, it's Tom Douglas.
  • Pretzel bagels are better than both pretzels and bagels.
  • Yuck, they use Starbucks beans.
  • Get the bacon fried rice.
  • One of the coolest places in all of Seattle, and the holy grail for entrepreneurs. Free wifi, outlets & seating, great coffee, juice bar, restaurants, billiards & games. Amazing for groups & meetups!
  • Beanhunter: Starbucks Yukon blend is used here for espresso, and a mix of Starbucks Guatemala and Willow for drip (which they actually repackage for sale in their own branded bag).
  • Try the V6: beet, spinach, purple cabbage, celery and carrot juice! Fresh, fresh, fresh.
  • Customizable burgers
  • A lot of variety - coffees, baked goods, bar, deli, and more. High ceilings and spacious seating. Coffee making is a bit slower than most places.
  • Some of my best days begin with their steel cut oats (+ apples, peanut butter, honey & pecans).
  • Interesting set up
  • Reminiscent of a college dorm cafe, complete with pajama clad clientele.
  • Tea in a pot and banana peanut butter honey pretzel bagel.
  • Pretzel bagel with egg and cheddar is, ugh, too good.
  • The pretzel bagels have been revamped and they are chewy with the perfect amount of dark brown crunchy exterior. Get the herbed cream cheese
  • Pretzel bagel
  • Walnut chocolate cookie
  • If you love foam, you will get 1/4 of your cup full of it. If you don't, be sure to ask for light foam.
  • Some other bad coffee reviews, I must say their Cold Brew is fantastic! If you like iced coffee try it, paired with the peanut butter and jelly coffee cake muffin... That's right, I said it, pb&j.
  • The coffee is 'ok', but not awesome.