The Lost Pelican

Written by on November 16, 2014 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 2 Comments

( – Belltown neighborhood, Seattle, Washington

The Lost Pelican

How I heard of this place: A favorite for some of my good friends, over a decade ago, I would hear rave reviews about The Lost Pelican. Despite the fact that we found ourselves living just two blocks away, it took a GroupOn/LivingSocial deal to get us here!

Type of cuisine: A neighborhood gastropub featuring contemporary Southern cuisine and specialty cocktails in a casual environment with sidewalk dining.”

Ambiance: A corner establishment with windows on two sides, facing west and south, natural lighting streams into the relatively modern, concrete establishment,

The Lost Pelican Window Dining

complete with wraparound bar.

The Lost Pelican Bar

What I ordered: Given the restrictions of our vouchers, we started with a small cup of orange juice and a fruit plate ($9).

The Lost Pelican Fruit Plate

Our main entrees included the Big Easy Breakfast ($11) for me, including skillet potatoes, red roasted peppers and bacon, topped with two eggs and hollandaise sauce,

The Lost Pelican Big Easy

the Planter’s Breakfast ($13) for my husband and one of our dining companions: two eggs scrambled, served with andouille sausage or bacon, brabant potatoes and a fresh biscuit,

The Lost Pelican Planters Breakfast

and one selection of the Creole Eggs ($11), poached eggs topped with hollandaise sauce served over grits with creole sauce.

The Lost Pelican Creole Eggs

What I loved: The warm biscuit topped with raspberry jam. The fresh fruit – especially the berries!

The Lost Pelican Fruit Plate Close-Up

Why I loved it: A free meal with friends (three others bought the deal, so ours was free!)

Cost: Average ($11 – $13 per breakfast/brunch entree)

The Lost Pelican Big Easy Close-Up

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  1. Leila Sanii says:

    What is a gastropub?

    • mojdeh says:

      I think it’s a bar/pub that serves high quality food/snacks (not the typical fish’n chips or burgers, but more like oxtail soup and creamed polenta with dill salmon). 🙂

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