If you love both croissants and pretzels, then you need to head over to Coyle's Bakeshop this weekend to indulge in one of the best pleasures in the city. If you've never had a Cretzel, you're in for a treat! The Greenwood bakeshop offers lots of other delicious goodies, too, from scones, pastries and fruits to cake, quiche and much more.
Hummus has become such a party staple lately that people have begun to complain about how tired they are of eating it, no matter how many varieties of it exist. Some are definitely better than others, but if you've written off the chickpea spread already, you owe it to yourself to give the hummus at Cafe Munir a go at least once in your lifetime.
It's a given that some of the best fresh seafood in the world is in Seattle. You can get fresh, good fish just about anywhere in the city, but each place has its own specialty. If you want some delicious steamed mussels, you need to make a reservation at Maximilien. The place also has amazing black cod and cassoulet.
It's not a place but a tastebud revolution: the Seattle style hotdog is a must-try, especially if you're a local who's never experienced one! It's a hotdog that's been sliced in half and grilled, then served on a cream-cheese coated bun! Some say that it has to have cabbage, onions and BBQ sauce in order to be a FULL Seattle dog but you can order it any way you like it.