The South Lake Union cafe that feels like home

The Herbi breakfast sandwich at Nollie’s Cafe contains one egg, bell pepper, sun-dried tomato, onion and cheese between two halves of a biscuit. (Corinne Chin/The Seattle Times)

The Herbi breakfast sandwich at Nollie’s Cafe contains one egg, bell pepper, sun-dried tomato, onion and cheese between two halves of a biscuit. (Corinne Chin/The Seattle Times)

Nollie’s Cafe, now in its 10th year, has stood the test of time in this fast-changing Seattle neighborhood, serving up comfort, consistency and care for its neighborhood.

One of the first things you’ll notice upon entering Nollie’s Cafe is how very different it feels from its shiny new neighbors nearby. A mix of eclectic décor fills the space, as if collected over the years: Toy animal figurines watch customers from the front counter; an electric fireplace hangs on the wall; pastry labels, written in colorful marker, tell eaters which cookies are chocolate chip and which, rather, are peanut butter.

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