Enjoying fresh meat is a special treat, made more so by the fact that it's usually hard enough even getting people to remember the Real World/Road Rules Challenge is still on television. Lacing you with fresh meat even hotter than Jenn, Dot's Delicatessen.
Opened by the formerly mobile meat-monger behind the Seattle Sausage food cart, this counter-service protein purveyor is serving up locally produced sausages, pates, etc., from an old-school Fremont store front that's been freshly decked with modern pale wood furniture/ wainscoting and a wooden bull's head, and takes its name from the owner's grandmother, which must've been changed to Delicatessen at Ellis Island. Feast your mouth on hot dog-style sausages like the Spicy Smoked Polish w/ sauerkraut & mustard, and the peppers/ caramelized onions/ red wine vinaigrette Spicy Italian, or sandwiches including a house-smoked pork B.L.T. w/ aioli on sourdough, and a rye-breaded Gruyere/ pastrami Reuben, as opposed to a Ruben Sierra, since the meat on those is definitely not naturally raised. There's also a selection of charcuterie ranging from Pork Rillette w/ confit pork belly, to a port gelle'd Chicken Liver Mousse, to a Roquefort Pate with (yep, more!) pork & Gruyere wrapped in bacon that's been house-cured, just like every single damn patient in the past seven seasons. Except the ones that died.
Happy Hour means prepared eats like Steak Frites w/ bearnaise sauce, and a Tartare of top sirloin, cornichon & egg, plus Dot's has a few local brews on tap, select grocery items, and even tees, including a Sonics-logo'd number that reads "Seattle Supersausage", something that, among that season's cast, David'd like to think refers only to him.