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Quiet, open late and inexpensive

David | Feb 21, 200511:06 AM


I'm compiling a list of eateries for a volunteer organization that I work with.

We work in shifts, driving around the city (have to stay within Seattle city limits), and have to be able to hear handheld radios at all time (think walkie-talkies). The shifts are staffed on the weekends, from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. And at some point the two-person team has to eat.

I'm compiling a list of places to get good food that aren't too expensive, that will accomodate our work, and I'd like to include some that are open late, although that's the least important part.

Three places that have worked in the past are Baguette Box, Jai Thai (Fremont) and Belgian Frites. Granted, Baguette Box and Belgian Frites aren't that always quiet late at night, but they have worked.

I'm trying to keep my fellow volunteers away from places like Denny's, and this board has never steered me wrong.

Your help is appreciated, and goes towards a good cause.

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