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Extra Bites: BOKA for Burgers and Brunch

Can you stand just one more post about burgers for now? How about a quick report? Let’s drive down Queen Anne Avenue, past Hilltop Ale House and Peso’s and Dick’s (sites of our past burger reviews), and after a little left and right turn, 1st…
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Dishin': Peso’s Screaming Deal on Burgers

After our recent jaunt up to Ballard for burgers at Lunchbox Laboratory, the quest continues on Queen Anne Avenue. We already hit Dick’s and Hilltop Ale House, so upon recommendation, we headed to Peso’s for happy hour. Look beyond the short menu at your table…
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Extra Bites: Quinn’s Wild Boar Sloppy Joe

Since we’ve been talking burgers lately, it’s a good time to get back to my extra bites of 2008 and tell you that one of the best bites on a bun had to be the wild boar sloppy joe ($10) at Quinn’s. Oh…luscious, luscious. I…
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Dishin’: The Highs and Lows of Lunchbox Laboratory

Following up on our recent Queen Anne report, we ventured across the Ballard Bridge to binge on burgers at the much-lauded Lunchbox Laboratory. Like the contents that formed the base of our “dork” burger, our feelings were mixed. We went with a couple of the…
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Dishin’: Burgers at the Top and Bottom of Queen Anne

Three weeks in Asia gave us a burning desire for a burger, but a snowstorm put out the flame at Flame, so stuck on foot, we settled upon Hilltop Ale House to satisfy our craving. We’ve liked Hilltop since back when its non-smoking days mattered…
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Dishin': Paseo’s Plausible, ‘Plaudable Midnight Cuban

It seems time for the yearly Seattlest commentary on Paseo Caribbean Restaurant. But since they’re on their annual winter leave, this Seattlester traveled nearly 3,000 miles in search of a comparable Cuban sandwich. The destination: Miami’s El Palacio de los Jugos. The dish: a Medianoche.…
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The Hot Brown at J. Graham’s Cafe

Another lunch in Louisville, and I’m at The Brown Hotel. Some come to admire the stately lobby. I enjoy it, but it’s really just passage to J. Graham’s Cafe, where some come for the bountiful lunch buffet. I enjoy a look at it, but I’m…
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