Food & Drink

Wake Up Early for The Wandering Goose

Make time for breakfast biscuits

the wandering goose!

You’ve always made time for breakfast (see: coffee, bagel, to go).

Make a meal of it at The Wandering Goose, a 30-seat Southern-style restaurant from Heather Earnhardt (Volunteer Park Cafe).

Sharing space with Rione XIII, the much-anticipated morning spot is in a 1920s-era building with exposed brick walls, stitched pendant lights, and vintage whitewashed church pews.

Breakfast staples (Crock-Pot grits, barley porridge, and veggie hash) are on the menu, but the real star is the section dedicated to biscuit sandwiches. Buttery, flaky classics with a smear of jam; the Aunt Annie’s (fried chicken, pickles, mustard, honey); or an oyster BLT, piled with Benton’s bacon and fried oysters and smothered with pepper jelly, satisfy you well past noon.

Want more? Try family-style dining on Friday nights ($30, first come, first served) and a weekly baking class starting next month (topics include salted caramel tarts and quiche). Or score a place at coveted table sixteen and eat whatever strikes Earnhardt’s fancy.

You’ll lick your plate clean.

The Wandering Goose, 403 15th Avenue East (206-323-9938 or thewanderinggoose.com).

Photo: Courtesy of The Wandering Goose

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403 15th Ave E
Seattle, WA 98112