Boat Street Cafe

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Details
3131 Western Ave (at Denny Way)
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 632-4602
French, Breakfast
$ $ $
Hours
Mon, Sun: 10:30 AM–2:30 PM Tue–Thu: 10:30 AM–2:30 PM Fri–Sat: 10:30 AM–2:30 PM
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Foursquare Tips

  • Owner and chef Renee Erickson marries French technique with Northwest seasonal ingredients in a menu that pays about equal homage to meat and seafood, with plenty of vegetables.
  • The results are dinnersand, in next doors Boat Street Kitchen, lunches and brunchesthat reveal brilliance through contrast. Add in gentle service and a tranquil atmosphere, and youre dining at the
  • The Bread Pudding is simply the best dessert in Seattle.
  • Try the bread pudding!
  • Where else can you get pate, tomato soup, and a cornmeal rustic cake that likely gives all other pancakes a complex?
  • The classic Eggs Benedict was fantastic. Order it with ham too!
  • Save room for the Bread Pudding
  • Cornmeal custard cake
  • Never in my 40 years have I liked bread pudding until I had theirs!!
  • Eggs Benedict are awesome : simple, clean good food. Also try the baguette w/ Jam.
  • Must-Have dish: Classic Benedict minus bread + tomato & ham over their rosemary red potatoes...Yumm-o!
  • The best food and the best service around - make sure to try the Trout Salad. The horseradish is the perfect complement to the spinich and trout!
  • Try the eggs classic Benedict (with ham). Best I've ever had.
  • Grab a table outside on a warm, sunny morning before you head to the SAM Sculpture Park. It's a hidden gem worth finding.
  • Get the egg benedict and blood orange mimosa!
  • FYI They charge automatic gratuity for parties of 5.
  • Cream biscuit with honey butter -- an absolute must to start brunch
  • Try the eggs Benedict and of course start with a mimosa or three
  • End of summer burrata!
  • Jason Stratton, chef of Spinasse, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Roasted pork loin chop.