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... and coffee, and beer, and sandwiches, and...

Published On 09/27/2012 Published On 09/27/2012

They say you can't be all things to all people, but that just proves they have never met Marvel Comics supervillain Mystique. Being most things to whoever enters their store, Wine Tea Chocolate is a window-walled cafe that looks a little like the world's most delicious library, thanks to bookshelves stocked with rare/small-batch teas & chocolate, and a menu with a little bit of everything, most of which you can actually get for one crumpled Alexander Hamilton. Eat: AM sustenance means locally sourced muffins, cookies, etc. from Macrina and Flying Apron bakeries, plus small plates for the not-so-small (an artisan salami/ hot coppa/ prosciutto di Parma meat plate trio), and sandwiches like their housemade Mahon Grilled Cheese w/ roasted red pepper, pesto & arugula. Drink: Since presumably the only tea you're familiar with is "Mr.", don't be no fool and let them help you choose one of theirs from a half dozen countries, or peruse their left coast-heavy wine list, or just stick with brews from local crews like Hilliard's or American Brewing. Eat Again: Inspired by "vintage" chocolate preparations, WTC's housemade desserts include a flourless chocolate cake that's 85% Theo dark chocolate & served w/ a malbec reduction, and a range of signature truffles like a syrah-infused number topped w/ sea salt, which are Marvelous to share, even if its only with your X-lady.

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1. Wine Tea Chocolate 3417 Evanston Ave N #102, Seattle, WA 98103 (Fremont)

WTC is a window-walled cafe that looks a little like the world's most delicious library, thanks to bookshelves stocked with rare/small-batch teas & chocolate, and a menu with a little bit of everything, most of which you can actually get for one crumpled Alexander Hamilton.

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