If you’re the kind of person who still feels hungry after a sandwich, you’re overdue for a visit to Delicatus. The sandwiches here are exactly the kind of messy creations you might want to use a fork and knife to eat (especially if your office has a corporate dress code). The Mud Honey (with smoked turkey, roast beef, white cheddar, bacon, horseradish aioli, and homemade barbecue sauce) is our favorite, and we highly recommend finishing with a chocolate chip cornflake cookie if you want something sweet.
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Pike Place Nuts
Pike Place Nuts is a stall at Pike Place Market that serves different flavors of roasted nuts.
Shug’s Soda Fountain
Shug’s Soda Fountain is an ice cream parlor downtown with modern upgrades to old-school classics like splits, sundaes, and floats.
Pane Pane Sandwiches
Pane Pane is a tiny shop downtown serving great baguette sandwiches. Get the teriyaki meatball banh mi.
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Jake’s Pickup is an excellent sandwich shop located inside of a Chevron gas station on Bainbridge Island.
Rider is an upscale American restaurant Downtown that serves lots of things that were made on a grill.
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You know Paseo, but Un Bien is where you want to be. It’s where the old owners work now, and the Caribbean sandwiches in Ballard are the city’s best.
Market Grill is a tiny counter downtown at Pike Place Market with delicious seafood sandwiches, chowder, and poke.
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