Stagedoor Cafe

Written by on November 30, 2017 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(no website found at time of publishing) – Greenwood neighborhood, Seattle, Washington

How I heard of this place: I popped in one morning, after having walked by numerous times, excited to someday attend a Taproot Theater show. We received a coupon in the Val-Pak mailer for a free, no strings attached, 16-ounce beverage, and I found my reason to rush right over!

Type of cuisine: One Cup espresso beverages, a small refrigerator of bottled beverages, a limited selection of sandwiches, and a pleasant display of pastries and baked goods from various local jaunts.

Ambiance: A large space with two, cozy living room settings, beautiful raw wood tables, both high and low and industrial, metal stools and wooden chairs to serve all patrons’ preferences.

Music plays overhead, some days louder than others.

The warmth of the colors, even the Christmas tree adding an amber glow all around.

The best part? Chalk in small jars at each coffee table, presumably for coloring? And scrabble pieces!

What I ordered: A mocha!

On a return visit, Friday, 29 December 2017: We returned for another glorious mocha, and the addition of a Mighty-O cinnamon-sugar donut on a cold, rainy, winter day!

What I loved: The dark chocolate of the mocha, the locally sourced treats in the pastry display, and the quiet calm of the expansive space.

Why I loved it: A quiet space to enjoy your cuppa java in comfort.

Cost: Average ($3 – $6 per espresso beverage)

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