Green Bean Coffeehouse

Written by on September 9, 2015 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Greenwood neighborhood, Seattle, Washington

Green Bean

How I heard of this place: Prior to the previously burnt down section of Greenwood Avenue, a friend introduced me to the family friendly space. Learning about its non-profit nature has intrigued me, and now living in the neighborhood, we have made this one of our go-to cafes.

Green Bean Menu

Type of cuisine: All things coffee, a selection of teas, pastries, breakfast sandwiches, and quiche, local and sustainable.
Green Bean Pastry Case
Ambiance: Spacious and light-filled, Green Bean’s open layout is perfect for friendly get-togethers, first dates, and study time!
Green Bean Bar
Big tables allow for work-related meetings, and a train table and other such toys make for perfect mom-dates (or play-dates, if you prefer).
Green Bean Play
Plus, the simple and whimsical decor make for a comfortable, second (or third?) home for frequenting patrons.
Green Bean Cafe
What I ordered: Coffee and catching up with a friend led to one large iced latte (looking more tantalizing in a glass), a Coconut Chocolate Chip Scone and – for me – an Affogat0 ($3).
Green Bean Yummies
What I loved: The Affogato! Perfectly sweet vanilla bean ice cream with dark, rich and caramel-ly espresso, ristretto helped this sleep-deprived mama keep up with conversation.
Why I loved it: Vanilla ice cream. Espresso. Nuff said. Yes, I even Snapchatted it!
Green Bean Affogato
Cost: Average ($3-$5 per espresso beverage)
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