SEATTLE MAG: Breakfast Sandwiches at Dahlia Bakery

SEATTLE MAG: Breakfast Sandwiches at Dahlia Bakery

Credit: Haley Young / Seattle Mag

When quality care is given to every last bite, an old fast-food favorite can still be a comfort.

Print
Email
|

by ALLISON AUSTIN SCHEFF / Seattle Mag

KING5.com

Posted on October 15, 2012 at 1:42 PM

Updated Tuesday, Oct 16 at 3:50 PM

It turns out that my fond memories of McDonald’s Egg McMuffins, usually enjoyed in the backseat of my parents’ wood-sided station wagon while on road trips, don’t make McMuffins eaten now, as an adult, any less disappointing. Some things are best left as nostalgic taste snapshots, I guess. Except when a craving calls, and then I head downtown for a breakfast sandwich at Dahlia Bakery. There, they’ve taken all the elements—ham, cheese, fried egg, English muffin—and given care to every last bite: house-cured ham, a cushiony fresh-baked muffin, and, depending on the season, grilled asparagus or a fresh slice of tomato and goat cheese packed inside. I like the thin-sliced ham with egg, cheddar and mustard, but you might like the bacon, cheddar and arugula ($5.75 each). The tricky part, now, is finding someone to drive me around while I eat.

Breakfast until 10 a.m. daily; Sat. and Sun. until 3 p.m. Downtown, 2001 Fourth Ave.; 206.441.4540; tomdouglas.com.

Read these related stories on Seattle Mag:

Print
Email
|