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Address: 5615 24th Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 (Cross street: NW 56th St)
Neighborhood: Ballard
Specifics: Coffee Shop, Food, Live Music, WiFi
Phone: 206-784-0615
Cost: $
Website: www.astercoffeelounge.com
Closing Time: 10 pm

    
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Posted by:  Karen Watson

Yes, Aster has damn good coffee but what you really need to know about are the waffles. Plate sized with a three inch fluff index, these Belgian babes are crispy deliciousness perfection. Crannies big enough to swallow a lap dog hold so much syrup and toppings you'll want to go for a swim in them. Sugar cravings are satisfied by chocolate and banana combos while fans of the savory can go whole hog with ham and a mountain of shredded aged cheddar. On weekends Aster promotes a brunch special -- ten bucks for a waffle of your choice and a mimosa. They don't give you no wimpy glass either, it's at least the equivalent of two drinks at other breakfast places. But of course don't forget about the coffee - Aster features a Clover brewing system, one of only a handful in Seattle. You get your choice of fresh roasted beans from Costa Rica, Ethiopia, or Sumatra. If coffee isn't your thing not to worry, Aster also serves beer and wine with a daily happy hour from 4-7. With all the bases covered, I just might stay all day.

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Average Rating: 5   (5=Amazing, 1=Just Horrible)
Submitted: 5/7/2012 5:55 PM                  
Posted By: Karen Watson
Comment: Yes, Aster has damn good coffee but what you really need to know about are the waffles. Plate sized with a three inch fluff index, these Belgian babes are crispy deliciousness perfection. Crannies big enough to swallow a lap dog hold so much syrup and toppings you'll want to go for a swim in them. Sugar cravings are satisfied by chocolate and banana combos while fans of the savory can go whole hog with ham and a mountain of shredded aged cheddar. On weekends Aster promotes a brunch special - ten bucks for a waffle of your choice and a mimosa. They don't give you no wimpy glass either, it's at least the equivalent of two drinks at other breakfast places. But of course don't forget about the coffee - Aster features a Clover brewing system, one of only a handful in Seattle. You get your choice of fresh roasted beans from Costa Rica, Ethiopia, or Sumatra. If coffee isn't your thing not to worry, Aster also serves beer and wine with a daily happy hour from 4-7. With all the bases covered, I just might stay all day.
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