Not For Tourists Guide to Seattle (2016)
Queen Anne (North)
This neighborhood perched atop Queen Anne Hill, the highest point in Seattle, is a magnet for yuppie families, millionaires, and thrifty octogenarians. Dead people also love Queen Anne North, as the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery's booming business conclusively proves.
✵ Bustle ✵ 535 W McGraw St
Serving unusual twists on traditional coffee drinks. Get the Spanish mocha.
✵ Java Jazz ✵ 3457 15th Ave W
✵ Muse Coffee Co. ✵ 1907 10th Ave W
They didn't write the book on coffee, but they do teach a class.
✵ Q Café ✵ 3223 15th Ave W
Brewing Stumptown Coffee beans.
✵ Cheese Wizards ✵ 210 Nickerson St
The best way to level up your grilled cheese intake.
✵ La Palma ✵ 3456 15th Ave W
206-284-1001 ✵ $$
Delicious and cheap Mexican of the lardy, salty, cheesy variety.
✵ Macrina Bakery ✵ 615 W McGraw St
206-283-5900 ✵ $$
Macrina's baked goods will make breakfast your most important meal.
✵ Yasuko’s Teriyaki ✵ 3200 15th Ave W
206-283-9152 ✵ $
Seattleites love teriyaki. Go figure.
✵ Flora & Fauna Books ✵ 3212 W Government Way
Books about botany and horticulture (appointment only).
Map 13 ✵ Upper Queen Anne