Mid-afternoon Noms at Oddfellows
It's mid-afternoon on rainy Seattle day and you need a reprieve from the Pacific Northwest consta-drizzle - go to Oddfellows. Its creaky wood floors, high ceilings and tall windows create a cozy atmosphere to listen to baristas steaming milk for your cappuccino while watching the rain fall outside the window. Stop in for coffee and cupcakes, or for a pre-dinner snack of deviled eggs, salt cod fritters one of their renowned apéritifs (perhaps as a prelude to the nearby Anchovies & Olives).
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Ryan was raised in a funeral home, and consequently takes everything too seriously. Especially food. He doesn’t shy away from smoking 25 pounds of pork belly, nor from undertaking an intense year of “study” sessions to become a certified sommelier. He writes about charcuterie on Meat Club, and hosts recipes with his venture Foodgeeks.Say hey hey on twitter » @ryansnyder