I’ve enjoyed the savings from countless afternoon and early evening happy hours. But a breakfast happy hour? Sign me up, especially when Seattle’s Tolouse Petit is knocking down the weekday prices of its creole-themed fare from as much as $15 to $9 between 8 and 11 am.
It’s an innovative menu that includes an Andouille sausage scramble, ham and corn polenta cakes and an oyster and bacon benedict (the latter $11 during happy hour). But where else am I going to find a cured pork cheeks confit hash? It’s a good choice, the tender cubes of meat with little potato cubes, asparagus slices and wilted spring greens. The hash is topped by a couple of over-easy eggs that are soon drenching the sautéed goodness below.
601 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle
Daily, 8 am-2 am