Some people say the "bacon craze" should have jumped the shark a while ago, but those people are 1) idiots, 2) IDIOTS, or 3) IDDDDIOTTTTTTS. Since you're clearly not, though, you get this: the seven best bacon dishes in Seattle. Feast your eyes...
La Bete Burger
Spaghetti Western (address and info)
One of the 33 best burgers in America, the LBB is one of the few things that survived La Bete's transformation into a playful cowboy-themed eatery, and the Painted Hills beef is still topped with the Gruyère, grilled onions, remoulade, and of course, bacon.
Beer & Hickory Smoked Bacon Waffle
My Sweet Lil Cakes (address and info)
No longer just what that weird guy in your building keeps calling your girlfriend, these hot cakes are made-from-scratch waffles on a stick stuffed with glorious ingredients and served from a bright orange food cart that's famous for it's Red Velvet Buttermilk version. But this article isn't about red velvet cake, is it?! No, so you'd better settle for this one that's made with beer and covered in syrup.
Whole Hog pizza
Humble Pie (address and info)
Just like its name suggests, this pie makes use of the entire hog. From bacon and pulled pork to prosciutto, it's the perfect pizza to... sorry'boutthis!... pig out on.
The Fast Break
Morsel (address and info)
Make a fast break for breakfast at Morsel with its Fast Break, which has two hefty slices of bacon, egg, cheddar, and roasted tomato jam. This meaty biscuit can be found at Morsel’s location in the U-District or Ballard.
Delicatus (address and info)
The king of all bacon sandwiches, Delicatus’ B.L.F-ingT trumps all other BLTs. Chock-full of the essentials: bacon, leaf lettuce, tomatoes, and mayo on sourdough, Delicatus recommends that you consult your doctor before ordering. Message received!
The Butcher and the Baker (address and info)
The early bird gets the worm, right? The Butcher and the Baker serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-2pm, and on its brunch menu you’ll find this hearty meal complete with two eggs, winter vegetable hash, fresh fruit, and your choice of bacon or ham.
Devils on Horseback
The Gerald (address and info)
A super-savory treat that never fails to hit the spot: Asiago-stuffed dates wrapped in bacon. If you don’t think you need this in your life, then you don’t know what you want. This famously jam-packed appetizer will leave you feeling devilishly satisfied.
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1. Spaghetti Western1802 Bellevue Ave, Seattle
2. My Sweet Lil Cakes1208 Pine St, Seattle
3. Humble Pie525 Rainier Ave S, Seattle
4. Morsel4754 University Way NE, Seattle
5. Delicatus103 1st Ave S, Seattle
6. The Butcher and The Baker6412 Latona Ave NE, Seattle
7. The Gerald5210 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle
With Western-inspired Italian classics and BBQ, this Cap Hill spot has one of the best burgers around: the Spaghetti Western is jam packed with a 7 oz. patty, Mama Lil’s Peppers, Bacon, Queso Oaxaca, Charred Red Onion and Chipotle Caponata all sandwiched between brioche buns.
This food truck doles out hotcakes on sticks, using batter made from scratch and fresh ingredients to create its sweet, savory and specialty treats. Stop by and find out why these homegrown hotcakes are selling like, well, you get the idea.
Humble Pie’s Whole Hog pizza makes use of the entire pig. From bacon and pulled pork to prosciutto, you are not messing around when you pick up one of these pizzas. When one of these shows up at the party, you know it’s time to pig out.
Make a fast break for breakfast at Morsel with its Fast Break, which has two hefty slices of bacon, egg, cheddar and roasted tomato jam.
Delicatus has plenty to offer -- including an experimental kitchen, a full bar and a vino shop -- but at the end of the day, they do sandwiches best. By using ingredients from the Northwest bought from local farms, they ensure that your food is as fresh as possible.
The early bird gets the worm, right? The Butcher and the Baker serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-2pm and on its brunch menu you’ll find The Early Riser, a hearty meal complete with two eggs, winter vegetable hash, fresh fruit and your choice of bacon or ham.
Taking over the former Elephants Gerald t-shirt shop in a way even DJ Khaled could admire, this latest Ballard Ave boozer pays homage to the jet-set '60s with its list of Golden Age cocktails & period foodstuffs, plus a mod-ish interior decked with inky blue patterned wallpaper, and a light wood bar backed by geometric shelves & hexagonal mirrors.