Seattle’s Best First Date Spots

Picking a place for a first date can be almost as overwhelming as asking someone out. Make it a little easier on yourself and head to one of these Seattle hotspots, where you’re sure to hit it off.

Coffee – Analog Coffee

via Flickr user Michael Allen Smith

via Flickr user Michael Allen Smith

Analog Coffee is a quaint coffee shop located in Capitol Hill that offers free WiFi, outdoor seating, and exceptional coffee creations. Cozy up with your date while listening to tunes on the record player, grab a pastry or a light breakfast item, and enjoy some of the unique reading material, like vintage magazines, old newspapers, and a ton of comic books.

You can find Analog Coffee at 235 Summit Ave E

Food – Crepe De France

via Flickr user Jess

via Flickr user Jess

This Pike Place Market hotspot brings you the taste of France in 17 different varieties. Whether for breakfast, lunch, or some sweet tooth satisfaction, Crepe De France never disappoints. The intimate venue and chalkboard menu, as well as the traditional décor, make it a great place to post up for a bit and get to know someone.

You can find Crepe De France at 93 Pike St

Drinks – Knee High Stocking Company

Inspired by the speakeasy culture of the ’20s, Knee High Stocking Company has established itself as a hidden gem to those who manage to find it. Inside you’ll find a softly lit, intimate space that’s perfect for enjoying a cocktail or two. The mixologists behind the bar love shaking up new concoctions for the customers, and there are plenty of small plates to share.

You can find Knee High Stocking Company at 1356 E Olive Way

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