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.





Corned Beef Hash:  N/A
Rest of the food:  good
Coffee:  good
Location:  Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle
Service:  good
Corned beef Price: N/A 
Coffee Price: $2.50
Other notables:

Cool old Brick building in an industrial area of Georgetown next to an old morgue.
Interior is modern with old art deco decor





The Hangar Cafe

Corned Beef Hash:  No corned beef available but the roast beef crepes were excellent.
Rest of the food:  Very good
Coffee:  Good
Location:  Georgetown
Service:  Very friendly
Corned beef Main course Price: $11.75
Coffee Price: $2.50
Other notables:

Located in an old house near Seattle neighborhood of Georgetown, this eclectically decorated Café specializes in crepes and waffles. It seems to serve the typical Georgetown hipster clientele so don’t forget your ironic beard and flannels because it is worth the visit to this 10 table living room restaurant.


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Brass Tacks

Corned Beef Hash:  Very good, crispy beef and diced potatoes
Rest of the food:  Very good
Coffee:  Irish coffee was good but not $9 good
Location:  Georgetown (South Seattle)
Service:  Good, friendly but  un-attentive
Corned beef Price: $14
Coffee Price: $9 (Irish coffee)
Other notables:
Located in an old building in down town Georgetown, it has been revamped and looks good inside and out. While it does have a hipster feel to the place (most places in Georgetown do now), it did not feel pretentious or unwelcoming.

The CBH was simple but very good. The potatoes were diced small and the beef shredded before being pan-fried and crispy, 2 eggs were served on top.

The others in my group ordered biscuits & gravy and the French toast special with caramel sauce both of which I am told were excellent.

Food came out fast and the service was friendly if not attentive.

I would like to come back to try their lunch or dinner menus.

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