Super Six


Corned Beef Hash:  Very good, no corned beef but Portuguese sausage hash with onions, potatoes, Bell peppers, cilantro and sunny side up eggs.
Rest of the food:  Very good
Coffee:  Very good, Stump Town
Location:  Columbia City, South Seattle
Service:  Friendly but slow.
Corned beef Price: ~$12.00
Coffee Price: No Idea, did not receive an itemized receipt.
Other notables:  The food was Hawaiian fusion and everyone had something different. From Loco Moco, Biscuits and gravy, chicken & waffles, Eggs beni, Katsu sandwich and the Hash, everyone was happy with their meals.

Decorated with old automotive shop equipment, this felt like home for this old mechanic. Unique motif and decorated with old tool boxes, drop lights and creepers.


The Yellow Church Cafe


Corned Beef Hash:  Very good, large chunks Wagu beef, potatoes, tomatoes, Bell peppers and onions with some cheddar.
Rest of the food:  Very good, cookies are excellent
Coffee:  Good
Location:  Residential neighborhood in Ellensburg.
Service:  Friendly
Corned beef Price: $12.00
Coffee Price: $3.00
Other notables: As the name suggests, it’s an old yellow church made into a quaint restaurant. I forgot it was mothers day and they almost didn’t let me in as I did not have any reservations. I’m glad they did since I drove over 2 hours from Seattle just to try this place and it was well worth the beautiful drive. If you’re passing through on I90, I would highly recommend stopping by.


Smarty Pants Garage


Corned Beef Hash:  Very good. Both chunks of beef and bacon thin sliced (Crispy), potatoes (Hashed), Bell peppers and onion.
Rest of the food:  scrambled eggs cooked perfect, big dollop of butter on the toast.
Coffee:  Good
Location:  Burien
Service:  really friendly.
Corned beef Price: $11.95
Coffee Price: No charge?
Other notables:
A motorcycle themed bar tucked behind Grand Central bakery. Mainly a bar by their breakfast was very good and an eclectic crowd of locals. Well worth the trip and Burien was unexpectedly nice as well.




Jay Berry’s Cafe


Corned Beef Hash: Canned, salty, Crispy
Rest of the food: Meh

Coffee: Meh

Location: Between Issaquah and Renton

Service: Good

Corned beef Price: $11.50

Coffee Price: $2.25

Other notables: Once a gas station now a restaurant tucked in a back road.

The food is your average greasy spoon fare. Come for the nice drive and the nice restaurant but keep your expectations low as far as the food.



Local 907, Renton


Corned Beef Hash:  Very good, large Chunks of beef and no shortage of onion julienne. A little greasy. They were out of red peppers when I went but it was still very good. Served with fries, also good.
Rest of the food:  Very good
Coffee:  Don’t know but the hard cider was good
Location:  downtown Renton
Service:  good
Corned beef Price: $9.99
Coffee Price: N/A
Other notables:
Local watering hole I have frequented in the past filled with the local Boeing and PACCAR working stock. The beer selection is excellent and the happy hour food really is good. Try the wings if you’re too late for breakfast.


Tuscany at Des Moins Creek, Wa


Corned Beef Hash:  Good, large 1″ potatoes, thin sliced beef, diced peppers and onion. Butter forward flavor.
Rest of the food:  Good
Coffee:  Meh
Location:  Downtown Des Moines
Service:  Very friendly
Corned beef Price: $9.99
Coffee Price: $2.79
Other notables:
Very nice staff, they even warned me that the hash was house made and not from a can.
Nothing exceptional but good.


Sam’s Station, Corvallis


Corned Beef Hash:  Very good, large chunks beef fried potatoes onion and carrots.
Rest of the food: Good
Coffee:  good, it is roasted in house.
Location:  Corvallis, Or
Service:  Friendly but slow and inattentive. Took 10 minutes to get coffee. Had to hunt down server for cream.
Corned beef Price: Someone else paid, wouldn’t let me see the prices.
Coffee Price: N/A
Other notables:
While the restaurant was very cozy and well lit, the service was not great. This seems to be a theme in Oregon for some reason.