Spending time in Queen Anne? Get to know this Seattle neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from a breakfast joint to a tattoo shop.
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top places to visit in Queen Anne, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of neighborhood businesses. Read on for the results.
1. Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge
Topping the list is Cajun/Creole spot Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge. Located at 601 Queen Anne Ave. North (between Roy and Mercer streets), it's the most popular business in the neighborhood, boasting four stars out of 3,941 reviews on Yelp.
The award-winning restaurant has been recognized in the Seattle Restaurant Awards and the Gayot Awards, according to the restaurant's website. The menu features brunch, lunch and dinner options like beignets and buttermilk biscuits with spicy creole sausage gravy, as well as po' boy sandwiches, seafood gumbo and smoked salmon.
2. Damask Tattoo
Next up is tattoo spot Damask Tattoo, situated at 1509 Queen Anne Ave. North (between Galer and Garfield streets). With five stars out of 182 reviews on Yelp, it's proven to be a local favorite.
The tattoo shop offers private tattoo rooms and all-natural, vegan and petroleum-free aftercare products. Coffee, tea and candy are also available to customers.
3. Bounty Kitchen
Vegetarian and breakfast and brunch spot Bounty Kitchen, which offers salads and more, is another top choice. Yelpers give the business, located at 7 Boston St. (between North Queen Anne and North First avenues), 4.5 stars out of 338 reviews.
On the menu, you'll find a slew of healthy options like grain bowls with spinach, arugula, brown rice, red beans, grilled red onion, sweet potato, cilantro, sofrito, adobo seasoning and citrus cashew cream dressing; avocado sandwiches with Beecher's cheddar cheese, arugula, cherry tomatoes and poached egg; and a falafel veggie burger topped with pickled fennel and roasted red pepper baba ganoush.
4. 5 Spot
5 Spot, a traditional American and breakfast and brunch spot, is another high-traffic neighborhood go-to, with four stars out of 1,146 Yelp reviews. Head over to 1502 Queen Anne Ave. North (between Galer and Garfield streets) to see for yourself.
Open in the neighborhood for 30 years, 5 Spot offers a lineup of New Orleans fare, which includes the Where Y’at Bayou Breakfast — white corn grits topped with sautéed andouille sausage, onions, bell peppers and creole sauce. There's also the Croque Madame, toasted French bread with shaved ham, parmesan, gruyere and bechamel.
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