Seattle >Vera's Restaurant
don't forget your cash at this local diner. it's casual and divey and delish!
Tasty but overpriced, cash only. I came here one morning and got the Ballard Scramble which was very tasty and included toast. The coffee was mediocre and I was a bit surprised at the final tab being over $10 based on food portion. I was an early morning customer and there was only one other customer so the service was good, not sure how it would work with more people piling in.
Editorial Review. Ballard residents looking for classic diner fare flock to this this dive-like eatery off Market Street for breakfast and lunch.
Breakfast diner in Ballard. This is a great place when you're in the mood for some form of eggs benedict combination. I particularly like the Italian sausage benedict, but there are many other variations available. This place has a diner like atmosphere, comfortable booths, friendly service, and won't make a fuss if you bring a latte with you from a nearby coffee place.
Excellent Grubbin'. Vera's is the sister resteraunt to the Queen Anne Cafe. Both of these places serve excellent breakfast food. I haven't tried the lunches but if you get a chance to check out Vera's, try out the Ballard Scramble...and if you're in Queen Anne, check out the Queen Anne Scramble at the Queen Anne Cafe.
Amazing breakfasts.... If I could make breakfasts like the ones I can get at Vera's I would never eat out again! I've had something different every time I've been there and I still haven't ordered something that wasn't great! My favorite so far has been the veggie omelet. :) FYI, remember to bring cash because this place doesn't take plastic.
Eat at Vera's!. I went to Vera's with my girlfriend for Sunday brunch and was very impressed. The food was tasty and plentiful and the service was friendly and speedy. Down-home atmosphere is uncommon in Seattle but welcome. This is where the locals go.
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