Start your weekend off with some delicious eats. Luckily for you, Seattle just so happens to have a few new spots worth checking out. And of course, our old favorites are also cooking up some delicious things this weekend. Here are 5 places to eat this weekend in Seattle.

Saint Bread

 

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If you’re looking for a new spot to check out, Saint Bread is the first on our list. This new restaurant is housed in a historic building reimagined by Graham Baba Architects and has an amazing menu. You can grab tasty coffee drinks and food ranging from pastries to bowls to sandwiches and more.

Where: 1421 NE Boat St
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 8 am-2 pm

Moonrise Bakery

 

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If you’re looking for a new coffee spot then consider heading over to Moonrise Bakery which is a brand spanking new spot from Olympia Coffee Roasting Co. You can see how the former location of Le Reve has been reinvented and try some delicious new drinks and pastries. Plus you can enjoy a nice stroll in Queen Anne afterward.

Where: 1805 Queen Anne Ave N #100
Hours: Daily 7 am-4 pm

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Aki Kushiyaki

 

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This Japanese spot is a brand new player in the city. And in a unique move, they’re only offering indoor dining. So if you’re tired of takeout this is a great spot to visit for a high-touch kushiyaki experience. You can dine on a 13-course omakase menu with mouthwatering items like lamb and wagyu.

Where: 2106 E. Madison Street
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 5 pm-10 pm

Cafe Presse

 

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One of our all-time favorite Seattle spots is back for limited indoor dining capacity. You can nosh on a delicious authentically french breakfast, brunch, and dinner menu. Cafe Presse never disappoints and you might just see us there this weekend.

Where: 1117 12th Ave
Hours: Daily 10 am-8 pm

Geraldine’s Counter

This oldie but goodie institution is located in Columbia City. Geraldine’s is known for serving up some of the best french toast in town and the atmosphere is super cozy. Plus they support small, local vendors in their commitment to using the finest and freshest ingredients.

Where: 4872 Rainier Ave South
Hours: Daily 8 am-3 pm

Those are our picks for places to eat this weekend in Seattle. We hope that you treat yourself to a meal from one of these spots and if you do please let us know what you think. Have a great weekend folks!