“INSIDE voice please!”
“We sit down while we eat!”
“Stop staring at that man.”
Let’s face it. Kids and restaurants don’t always go together like peas and carrots. That’s why we’re thrilled to report a new family-friendly dining option that’s hit the scene (one that doesn’t involve mascots and meals in bags). Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood recently scored the new Serendipity Cafe and several RT readers are already raving about it. The Cafe was started by two sisters-in-law who wanted to provide a place for families to enjoy dining together. Co-owner Nanette Baker says mommy groups have already started coming by in the mid-mornings and late afternoons for coffee & play time. Serendipity dishes up comfort food such as meatloaf, mac ‘n cheese, french dips, pastas & salads. Be sure to check out their breakfast & new Sunday brunch menus too. Kid portions are available and they even have a cheese & fruit plate for the ultra-picky. Not just for kids, the cafe serves beer, wine, espresso, and gelato for a sweet treat any time of day. Little ones will love playing with the train table, doll house, books & puzzles, and drawing at the art table or chalkboard wall. You’ll love the adult conversation. Order up!
3222 W. McGraw St in Magnolia’s Village