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Ventoux Roasters

On this sunny Fall day, I discovered a place that I have to share with you:

A little neighborhood coffee place between Ravenna and University District. Delicious cappuccino in a laid back atmosphere, and cycling decor. Just in case you don’t know: Mont Ventoux is an iconic stage in the Tour de France.
Ventoux Roaster 3404 NE 55th st, 98105 Seattle
6am – 6pm Monday through Friday
7am – 6pm Saturday and Sunday
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Magnuson Park

Magnuson Park is one of the largest Seattle parks along Lake Washington northeast of Seattle.

You can walk or run on more than four miles of trails or swim when it is the season.

You can explore a range of natural areas. There are grasslands, wooded hillsides, wetlands and shoreline within the park’s boundaries.  Look for kiosks throughout the park that describe the types of birds and animals you are likely find in the nearby.

— Magnuson Park MAP

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Morsel,
(tasty) Biscuits and (good) Coffee

After a long run, I was cold and starving.  I needed a cup of good coffee and some good comfort food. It was a great day for a good biscuit.

I was around University District and went to Morsel, which I was not familiar with. Among the 3 sandwiches offered, I chose the Spanish Fly, a buttermilk biscuit with prosciutto, arugula, fried running egg, manchego, and pepper aioli.

The fresh baked biscuit was delicious and it was garnished with high-quality products.

The service is super friendly and people there really care about your opinion. So I told them that I really liked my “sammie”, as they called their sandwiches.

Morsel University District 4754 University Way NE
Everyday : 8am to 3pm