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93 Yesler Way, Seattle, WA 98104
This intimate little nook is maybe the size of a big garage, and that's counting the tiny patio, a perfectly charming place to sit on a sunny day. Even though the atmosphere is casual, everything about Café Paloma exudes understated class without succumbing to the exasperating pretension that plagues so many of downtown's pricier establishments. More important, Paloma is one of those rare places where you can open the menu, close your eyes, point at something, and order it with confidence. Every single item is a study in the kind of balanced flavors that can only be consistently attained with careful attention. The panini sandwiches contain perfectly proportioned layers of filling; it's just the right amount not to be overwhelmed by the thick foccacia, and it's hard not to resist the urge to lick the last bits of hummus and red-pepper dip from the meze platter.
Source: Seattle Weekly
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