Washington

What To Eat in Washington

Outstanding coffee is a given in Seattle, as is good breakfast to go with it – from donuts to kaleidoscopic versions of eggs Benedict. It’s a city rich in fresh Pacific Northwest seafood, served plain and fancy. Over the mountains to the west, rural Washington is a vista of remarkable bakeries (maple bars!), local apples sold in fruit stands, and downhome diners where portions are immense and country-style hospitality reigns.

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  • Washington is a great donut state, but its finest fried morning pastry is longitudinal rather than round. We refer to the maple bar, a specialty of nearly every donut shop. Generally, it is a simple, lightweight, quick-fried bar topped with a lather of maple frosting that creates a taste as big as the outdoors. Popular add-ons include bacon in strips or crumbles, nuts, and even chocolate.

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  • Honestly, we're not big latte fans, preferring our coffee straight. But we must admit that latte art has us hooked. In Seattle, it really is some kind of art, or at least a very exacting craft, creating such complex and pretty foam designs atop the beverage that one feels somewhat brutal lifting it to lips and disturbing the image.

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