SEATTLE MAG: Cheap and Portable Breakfasts for When You're On the Go

SEATTLE MAG: Cheap and Portable Breakfasts for When You're On the Go

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SEATTLE MAG: Cheap and Portable Breakfasts for When You're On the Go

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by ALLISON AUSTIN SCHEFF / Seattle Mag

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Posted on January 13, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Breakfast Sammies at Dahlia Bakery
When a warm, easily portable breakfast sandwich is needed, look no farther. We like the sautéed mushroom version, served on a freshly baked English muffin, with melted Gruyère and mixed herbs (Pictured above, $5.75). Belltown, 2001 Fourth Ave.; 206.441.4540; tomdouglas.com

Waffles at Arosa Cafe
Stop in at one of the two locations of the Arosa Cafe (First Hill and Madison Valley) for Belgian liege waffles, thick and lightly sweet ($2.75–$4; we take ours plain, but peanut butter and banana or Nutella are options). A perfect breakfast, and the mochas are great, too. Madison Valley, 3121 E Madison St. No. 101; 206.324.4542; arosacafe.com (Photo by Oanh Tran)

Bagels to Go at Pettirosso
A toasted everything bagel with a thick smear of artichoke cream cheese, thickly cut tomatoes, fried capers and spinach ($4.50)? You can’t beat it. To make your bagel pit stop even quicker, call ahead to order. Capitol Hill, 1101 E Pike St.; 206.324.2233; pettirossoseattle.com (Photo by Hamish Hill)

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