- Relaxed outdoor seating
The menu was large but certainly meat biased. There were indeed some vegetarian choices... a caprese sandwich on a croissant, a veggie burger, a salad or two, but the options were a bit slim relative to the sum of the menu. Good news was that for an additional $1.50, they could substitute a veggie patty (seemed to be Boca) for a meat patty on any of their numerous burgers. I got an avocado burger in this vein. Had the choice of various salads or fries, and choose the fries.
I don't think I read the menu very carefully, and was surprised, pleasantly, to see that my sandwich came on toasted sourdough. It also had melted tillamook cheddar, and smashed avocado.
It also had another surprise bonus: bacon strips. Confirmation that I did gloss over the pesky details in the menu. Pried the bacon out of the melty cheese and gifted it to my friend's bowl of chili. For him, it would be decadent night.
Red Door Alehouse
3401 Evanston Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
I think if I was a vegetarian, bacon, would be the item I pined for the most.
I suppose the smell of it cooking must be enticing and repulsive at the same time for you?
It is weird, bacon does smell good, no doubt about it (unless I am mysteriously trapped with it), but I don't have the urge to eat it. It is like many of the delicious smelling things in the world, pine trees, gasoline, vinyl, that I enjoy the scent of but am not tempted to ingest.
You are the only person I know who can put bacon and gasoline in the same category and mean it positively.
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