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 Post Posted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 5:32 pm 
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Is there still a restaurant named copper penny or something like that? Used to have an awesome crab eggs Benedict Going to the game and need good food.


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My GF tries to convince me to eat at a place she calls the "Copper Dropper". Apparently, if you eat all the meal you get wings, or something. Must be a contest?


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 Post subject: Re: Food
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A block east of Pikes on the corner of Stewart is a good place for eggs benedict with crab. Cross the street north of there, and 3 doors down is the Biscuit Bitch, damn good breakfast as well.

Edit: I said west of Pikes when I meant east. Derp.

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Sweet, Thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: Food
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Come on kids, breakfast in Seattle?


Beth's Cafe on Aurora near Greenlake!

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 Post subject: Re: Food
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McDonalds for a Sausage, egg and cheese mcgriddle. Nothings better.

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McDonalds for a Sausage, egg and cheese mcgriddle. Nothings better.


This.

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JSeahawks wrote:
McDonalds for a Sausage, egg and cheese mcgriddle. Nothings better.


This.



You guys are sick! Lots of things I like from McDs but can't handle the griddles. Sausage mcMuffin without egg would be my favorite from them for breakfast.

QB with cheese the other. But lots of people make better burgers than McDs.

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 Post subject: Re: Food
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McDonalds for a Sausage, egg and cheese mcgriddle. Nothings better.


Yeah, go all the way to Seattle so you can eat food from some crappy chain. C'mon Man!

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Go native. Hit the ID for dim sum or a big bowl of ramen before the game. Wowzers.


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 Post subject: Re: Food
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The Radish wrote:
peachesenregalia wrote:
JSeahawks wrote:
McDonalds for a Sausage, egg and cheese mcgriddle. Nothings better.


This.



You guys are sick! Lots of things I like from McDs but can't handle the griddles. Sausage mcMuffin without egg would be my favorite from them for breakfast.

QB with cheese the other. But lots of people make better burgers than McDs.

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Let me put it this way, you don't want to be around me after a few McDs egg mcmuffins. That's how I got the name Greenhell. :mrgreen:


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Come on kids, breakfast in Seattle?


Beth's Cafe on Aurora near Greenlake!

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Open 24/7 and home of the 12 egg omlette! Can't beat that!

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