Had a simple and delicious breakfast here at a reasonable price, exactly what I was looking for. The service was good too, would recommend.
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Quirky cafe and a cosy stop for lunch. Lots of homemade options on the chalkboard and a few local brews on tap. Catered for a large family visit with smiles and attention, problem with one meal was quickly rectified. Would visit again in the evening...More
Fun little place is artistic in that no table is the same. Comfortable atmosphere. Staff really nice and helpful. Tons of art all over from local artists. Look forward to catching live music one of these days.
Just passing by, we spied a restaurant row here downtown. At first glance, it appears to be a coffee house, but they serve meals when open. It appears to be decent enough food, and the atmosphere is out of Berkeley.
My husband and I ate here after hiking and were starving. The food was great. I got a salad and sandwich which were both wonderful. The menu was interesting and had lots to choose from. The bread they use for all the sandwiches is home...More
We were glad the Salish lodge was totally booked because we went into historic Snoqualmie and had lunch. We found a delightful little café called the Black Dog which doubles as a gift shop. I had a delicious vegetarian sandwich on homemade bread and my...More
It seems like this quaint little spot is trying a little too hard. By that I mean it is not necessary to try to add too much of your own twist to every dish. We ate breakfast here. Their special was Eggs Benedict, which I...More
Awesome atmosphere with arts from locals abound, as well as, this is where you want to go for local music too! The food is fresh and delicious with daily specials! Nice service and friendly as well. Accommodated for gluten intolerance is always a bonus!
Wanted to try a new restaurant that would serve fresh, local food. We stumbled across the Black Dog while looking to try a new restaurant for lunch. Many great looking options on the menu. My husband, daughter and I ordered different items. We all were...More