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Bacco Cafe
Today 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Inn at the Market, 86 Pine St Seattle, WA 98101, United States
86 Pine StreetUSWashingtonSeattle98101
Cafe, Breakfast Restaurant
Breakfast Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Today 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 3:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Breakfast & lunch spot serving local produce & organic eggs, with a wine bar, at Pike Place Market.- Google
"Had the dungeness crab benedict - awesome!"
"Fresh squeezed juices were perfect."
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carl dog
a month ago
had the dungeness crab benedict - awesome! also had the carrot/apple/ginger juice which was very tasty and a generous portion. they only had the main level open, which doesn't have my favorite "feel" to it, but the food and service are great!
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Rob Neuhaus
a month ago
great brunch, I loved the polenta Benedict.
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Michelle S
a year ago
We had a delightful brunch here. The food looks like any other restaurant, but when you put it in your mouth is outstanding! The atmosphere was delightful, the service was great, and the food speaks for itself. They're only open until 3 p.m., but you must give it a try.
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K Holce
a year ago
The server said the crab benedict is one of their most popular dishes. We can see why. It was fresh, moist, and flavorful. The french toast was fluffy and lightly sweetened. Be sure to try one of their freshly squeezed juice blends. Great service!
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Mat F
2 months ago
Great food and Juices. simple menu, but really diverse, and the wait staff was super willing to make adjustments. Quaint atmosphere without being too small or too busy.
Ilea Dunaway
9 months ago
Don't think I've ever waited so long for anything at a restaurant before! Stopped by Bacco for a mid morning breakfast. The inside was full and busy, so my husband and I decided to eat outside....there were several empty tables, some still with food on them, I had no idea if they had just been left so I thought nothing of it. Got seated, waited about 10 minutes for water.....waited another 20 for waitress to come and even say hello. At this point I was ready to leave, but I was starving and had been walking around all morning with no food, I didn't have the energy to find somewhere else on a busy sunday morning. Oh and those table with food and dirty dishes still had not been cleaned. People were waiting for tables and just leaving cause no one was cleaning or getting people seated. She came back with our drinks about 10 min later, black coffee and a hot chocolate. Another 20 minutes passed and we finally had our food. So we waited an hour, we ate and had to have my husband track down someone to pay. Horrible experience, food wasn't anything to remember, croissant was over toasted, omelette was ok, herb potatoes were actually really good. Husband's corned beef was bad! No flavor at all. Won't be back, so many other places to eat near the market.
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Acco D'Avies
a year ago
Tasty food, tasty juice. Small coffee shop that was turned into an eatery. Space is limited inside, and it gets quite busy. Juices are "juiced" to order, and the blends of fruit are quite good. Had their dungeness crab Benedict, was a little bit sparing on the Benedict sauce, but otherwise was quite good. Would return.
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Teresa Koeppel
3 months ago
Ratatouille. Delish.


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