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Stoned in Seattle: Eight Places to Eat When You're Baked

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Legal recreational marijuana went on sale (with a few hiccups) in Washington State today, which begs the question: Where should you eat when you're stoned in Seattle? To help, Eater rounded up eight spots that will satisfy all your munchy cravings—including huge biscuits, bowls of noodles, and lots of cheese.

—Jake Uitti

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Beecher's Handmade Cheese

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Cheese. Cheese. Cheese. God’s gift to stoners. Taste a few samples, purchase a few ounces, and allow Beecher’s to do what it does best—create taste bud fireworks on your tongue. From their well-known curds to flagship wedge, this place (which is also surrounded by the bounty of the Market) is your center for all-things-cheese.

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Beth's Café

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This is a no-brainer. Beth’s, the 24-hour diner on Aurora, is known for its heaping portions of pancakes, its 12-egg omelets, and delicious milk shakes. Available any time of day or night, feel free to zombie-walk right in, sit down, and enjoy the bliss of knowing no one cares how red your eyes might be as you dine and devour.

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Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery

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Ballard has a lot to offer, not the least of which is this craft dessert house. Their staple is a molten chocolate cake, but if you’re not looking to interact with your fellow citizens, there is plenty to take with you, like a s’mores kit and smoked chocolate chips in a mason jar.

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Kingfish Cafe

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Crawfish and corn chowder, fried green tomatoes, pork chops—these are but some of the decadent Southern-inspired foods for your whetted appetite. Pile on the gravy for the buttermilk fried chicken, add hot sauce to the gumbo, and lick your fingers clean. Then eat strawberry shortcake.

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QQ Mini Hot Pot

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A newcomer to the University District, this Xuan-style Chinese cuisine spot is perfect for sit down lunch or take-out. Try their divinely toothsome hot oil noodles or piping hot pork sandwiches. The counter service is friendly but not pushy in the slightest and the unique cuisine will, like, totally blow your mind.

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Serious Biscuit

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Seattle is gaining a reputation for its biscuit shops and T-Doug's Serious Biscuit is one of the reasons why. From traditional biscuit breakfast sandwiches to the more elaborate peanut butter, ripe banana and honey to the nap-inducing fried chicken, Tabasco, black pepper and gravy options, your hearty, artisan biscuit needs will be met here tenfold.

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Seven Star Pepper

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This International District Szechwan-style restaurant has so many options it will make your stoned head spin. From their eggplant in dark gravy to hand pulled noodles to shredded duck in ginger sauce, this unassuming house of culinary love is both affordable and bountiful.

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Skillet Diner

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With locations in Ballard and Capitol Hill, this upscale diner has one objective: satisfy the American hunger pang. From boozey shakes (try the peanut butter one), to mac and cheese to doughnut holes and coffee, Skillet has all your cravings covered.

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Beecher's Handmade Cheese

Cheese. Cheese. Cheese. God’s gift to stoners. Taste a few samples, purchase a few ounces, and allow Beecher’s to do what it does best—create taste bud fireworks on your tongue. From their well-known curds to flagship wedge, this place (which is also surrounded by the bounty of the Market) is your center for all-things-cheese.

[Photo Credit]

Beth's Café

This is a no-brainer. Beth’s, the 24-hour diner on Aurora, is known for its heaping portions of pancakes, its 12-egg omelets, and delicious milk shakes. Available any time of day or night, feel free to zombie-walk right in, sit down, and enjoy the bliss of knowing no one cares how red your eyes might be as you dine and devour.

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Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery

Ballard has a lot to offer, not the least of which is this craft dessert house. Their staple is a molten chocolate cake, but if you’re not looking to interact with your fellow citizens, there is plenty to take with you, like a s’mores kit and smoked chocolate chips in a mason jar.

[Photo Credit]

Kingfish Cafe

Crawfish and corn chowder, fried green tomatoes, pork chops—these are but some of the decadent Southern-inspired foods for your whetted appetite. Pile on the gravy for the buttermilk fried chicken, add hot sauce to the gumbo, and lick your fingers clean. Then eat strawberry shortcake.

[Photo Credit]

QQ Mini Hot Pot

A newcomer to the University District, this Xuan-style Chinese cuisine spot is perfect for sit down lunch or take-out. Try their divinely toothsome hot oil noodles or piping hot pork sandwiches. The counter service is friendly but not pushy in the slightest and the unique cuisine will, like, totally blow your mind.

[Photo Credit]

Serious Biscuit

Seattle is gaining a reputation for its biscuit shops and T-Doug's Serious Biscuit is one of the reasons why. From traditional biscuit breakfast sandwiches to the more elaborate peanut butter, ripe banana and honey to the nap-inducing fried chicken, Tabasco, black pepper and gravy options, your hearty, artisan biscuit needs will be met here tenfold.

[Photo Credit]

Seven Star Pepper

This International District Szechwan-style restaurant has so many options it will make your stoned head spin. From their eggplant in dark gravy to hand pulled noodles to shredded duck in ginger sauce, this unassuming house of culinary love is both affordable and bountiful.

[Photo Credit]

Skillet Diner

With locations in Ballard and Capitol Hill, this upscale diner has one objective: satisfy the American hunger pang. From boozey shakes (try the peanut butter one), to mac and cheese to doughnut holes and coffee, Skillet has all your cravings covered.

[Photo Credit]

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