I stay at the WAC once a month and the last few times I walk down to Peet's for breakfast. They have a wide selection of sweet and savory pastries. The hardest thing is picking just two when I go. The wait is minimal and...More
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I was in town for a business meeting and stayed just down the street. I walked around to get some breakfast. I came across Peet's and stepped in to see what they had. They had pastries and other baked goods to choose from. I had...More
Best. Ever. Dark brew is off the charts. Professional baristas will remember your name and order after your third visit. Iced Chai to die for. Perfect location for a walk at Green Lake.
I have been drinking Peet's coffee since the 70's in Berkeley Ca. I drink Stumptown and a few others in Seattle too.,Peet's always had a lovely bit of classical music playing and yummy coffee and tea.
We got caught in the rain & stopped in at Peet's for coffee, tea and a cookie. NO LINE! 'The other' coffee place ALWAYS has a line, and I'm not crazy about their coffee (I always get a stomach ache). Peet's coffee was great! My...More
Loved that I could "design" my own cuppa - delicious! Great vibe, constant buzz of people, all round enjoyable!
Went in for a coffee the first time, but the next was for something unique. I only waited a few minutes, but I guess that was one minute too long! Received a "free drink on us" which was a pleasant surprise :) Definitely try the...More
I thought I'd try the green tea latte at Peet's but asked the girl behind the counter about it before buying to reassure myself. It was nothing like what she described - the worst thing I've ever tasted!! The brownie I had was okay. Nothing...More
They have good tasting coffee, not burned tasting like Starbuck's. They also offer tea selections that I really like.