I’ve been exploring upper Queen Anne since my boyfriend moved into that area and we’ve been to most of the restaurants along Queen Anne Ave N. We decided to explore nearby and found this bakery called Macrina. It’s a cute cafe with tons of delicious looking pastries and food.
Atmosphere: Nice cozy space with plenty of seating at counters and tables.
Pricing: A little pricy for a bakery, but I can tell that their food is fresh and meticulously made. Brunch items ranged from $8-$12. Pastries were about $3-$5.
Service: The staff was super friendly and helpful as it was our first time going.
This was my egg sandwich on brioche bialy baked with sweet onions and poppy seeds layered in goat cheese, egg and basil. Added smoked applewood bacon for a dollar. Delicious and it looks like a cute fish.
Thick cut brioche french toast with sweet apples and Zoe’s chicken sausages topped with mascapone whip cream and walnuts.
Short and sweet breakfast. I loved the savory sausage with the sweet french toast. The portions of both dishes were quite large and filling. I would definitely come back to try their other brunch items. They rotate their menu weekly and have a standard breakfast menu. I also got an iced Mexican mocha (not pictured) that was also delicious!