Sunday, November 25, 2012

Arabica Lounge - Seattle, WA

Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend! We started off post-Thanksgiving day with a stroll over to Arabica Lounge for Chemex-brewed coffee and a gooey chocolate walnut rosemary cookie made in-house. This is my idea of a good morning...

Arabica has an entire brunch menu featuring eggs. I love eggs! So this was exciting. Of course I had to order a Croque Madame.

Husband used to eat "Dunkin' Eggs" as a little kid -- his mom cut toast into strips and he dipped them into the soft-boiled egg. So out of nostalgia, he ordered Soldier Eggs. It even came with Green Army Men toys! Adorable detail.

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  1. Croque Madames!!!!!

    I love these all of these shots! Especially photo #2. :)

  2. All the photos and food look amazing and delicious! :) cute post

    xoxo, Tiffany

  3. I love finding new places in Seattle from your blog! <3

  4. Ohh, I wish I had known about this place last week! I was just there in Seattle for Thanksgiving break, this place looks awesome!!

    The Weekend Diary

  5. Thanks for the comment! Wow, that restaurant looks amazing! I'd love to visit Seattle someday :)

  6. looks like a great place, i love the whole design, that coffee "carafe" is awesome! we call them soldiers & eggs here too :)

    katie x

  7. great pics! and now you´ve made me hungry! ;) xo, Alma

  8. Holy yum! This all looks so amazing. And I couldn't agree more - the army men are the perfect touch.

  9. Wow, that looks delicious! Yummy :)

  10. The presentation of the eggs makes me laught, great post!!!

  11. The bacon sure is good with the egg! And it's so creative to serve in the egg tray :)

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