Seattle >Saire Gallery & Cafe
Great food, great space, great prices. This is a cozy coffeehouse/cafe in a really cool space that they've kept pretty artsy...the exposed brick, the upstairs balcony and the tall windows, make this place feel like a nice airy place to hang out in spite of the fact that it's not actually that big. They have a few yummy lunch items at great prices that you really can't beat. Things like a spinach/pecan salad for $4. I think most of the sandwiches were around $5...and plenty of vegetarian options, including the delicious pesto sandwich. I've been back several times and taken friends there, and everyone loves it.
Coffeeshop by day, bar by night, this French-themed spot is a second living room for the artsy Capitol Hill crowd..
This dual-level cafe space at the foot of Capitol Hill leads a double life. During the day patrons tote laptops, take advantage of the free Wi-Fi and guzzle coffee drinks like water; at night, a funkier crowd sips Lillet on the rocks and plays board games or watches the upstairs TV. The all-day menu features sandwiches like grilled brie or Portobello mushroom with Dijon, and nibbles like cheese and crackers or Nutella on a croissant.
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