Bustle is this little piece of sunshine in Queen Anne. I would make many trips up here my freshman year (coming to terms with my out-of-shapeness as I struggled up that awful Queen Anne hill) and still do for their awesome iced americanos. Did I mention they also have some awesome flavors like lavender and salted caramel? Delicious, right? My friend Emily and I stopped in here the other day and reminced about life in Paris over an awesome cup of coffee roasted by Attibassi Coffee. I would love to be back in Paris, but Bustle is pretty great too.
535 West McGraw Street || Seattle, WA 98119 || 206-453-4285
This little “hole” in the wall up in Capitol Hill serves up one of the best sandwiches I’ve ever had. I’m still thinking about it. I had their famous “The Gooch” sandwich with hot sliced tri-tip beef, red onions, Tillamook cheddar cheese, horseradish mayo, and a side of au jus on a warm demi-baguette.Tell me that doesn’t sound amazing.
And the divey/grunge decor only enhances the awesomeness of this place. The dark lighting, bright red walls, full tiki bar, eclectic odds and ends, cool art, and random mirrors makes this the perfect place for a rainy day or night out with friends.
Also, make sure you try The Dude and The Bandit sandwich. This is a place you got to check out.
703 E. Pike St. || Seattle, WA || 206-709-1399