Brunch at Le Pichet

Le Pichet

1933 1st Avenue
Seattle, WA
United States

I heart house-made charcuterie. This French-inspired diner is walking distance from Pike Place Market, and is a great option for brunch. Take your pick of pork rillette or chicken liver terrine, a lovingly-prepared salad, and a gratin dish of jambon, eggs and gruyère, broiled until a light, bubbly brown.

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Curator Ryan Snyder

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.

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